Rita Osei
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Gold Winner, Latitude Film Awards. Nominated for Seville European Film Festival's Europa Junior Award, Rita's feature debut BLISS! had its World Premiere at the 70th Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Graduating from Camberwell College of Arts with a Joint Honours BA in Visual Arts, she began her career in Film and Documentary development at 1515 Productions assisting Executive Producer Nick de Grunwald. Son and nephew of Producers Dimitri & Anatole de Grunwald, who produced ‘The Millionairess’. Working predominantly on the development of Classic Albums Series 2 for the BBC, a collection of Films on the greatest records in history, Rita worked alongside many directors and producers. As well as Ann Wingate, producer of George Clooney starrer “The American".

Rita produced Award-Winning animation for Turner Broadcasting Europe (Cartoon Network, Boomerang, TCM) for 6 years. She founded Sugar & Water Films Ltd to produce her first short film, Threesome. It screened in the Calling Card Program at Telluride Film Festival and was nominated for a Stella Screen Award. Threesome was distributed by Sky Movies and Canal + and was sold worldwide by Canada based Buzz Taxi. Rita directed, produced and wrote short films: Too Much Love, Room To Let and Screen South part funded The Curry Club starring Cleo Sylvestre, Ruth Sheen and Olivier Award Winner Kenneth Cranham. All screened at international film festivals. She has directed 2 theatre productions.



    Tasha Robson, 16, has run away from home! While she rides the waves aboard the large ferry heading from South Shields, England to Scandinavia in search of her unknown father, "The Viking" all is less than calm in the Robson household.