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Ecosse Films is a British film and television and film production company based in London. Ecosse Films produces programs for BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Showtime, Sky Atlantic, Starz Channel and WGBH.[1] Their first production was the 1997 film Mrs. Brown, starring Judi Dench as Queen Victoria
Queen Victoria
and Billy Connolly
Billy Connolly
as her servant John Brown. Their most successful television production to date has been Monarch of the Glen, produced for BBC
BBC
Scotland and screened on BBC
BBC
One, which ran to seven series and chronicled events on a Scottish estate. Between 2008 and 2010 they have produced the BBC
BBC
One hit series Mistresses. Ecosse's international drama, Camelot, a 10 part series written by Michael Hurst and Chris Chibnall
Chris Chibnall
for Starz Channel and Channel 4 transmitted in 2011. It stars Joseph Fiennes, Jamie Campbell Bower, Tamsin Egerton and Eva Green. Ecosse has also produced RTÉ's hit series Raw, set in a hip Dublin restaurant, with a fourth series currently in production. Ecosse has achieved international success with several films; Charlotte Gray starring Cate Blanchett, Becoming Jane
Becoming Jane
starring Anne Hathaway and James McAvoy, and Brideshead Revisited. The BAFTA nominated film Nowhere Boy, the teenage biopic of John Lennon
John Lennon
directed by Sam Taylor-Wood premiered at the London
London
Film
Film
Festival in 2009. In 2011, Ecosse released The Decoy Bride, a romantic comedy about a famous celebrity wedding on a remote Scottish island and a local girl recruited to act as a decoy bride. Directed by Sheree Folkson, it starred David Tennant, Alice Eve
Alice Eve
and Kelly Macdonald. That same year they released Wuthering Heights directed by Andrea Arnold
Andrea Arnold
and starring Kaya Scodelario as Catherine Earnshaw and newcomer James Howson as Heathcliff. The world premiere was in competition at the 68th Venice International Film
Film
Festival. In 2014, Ecosse produced Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond, a drama series featuring Dominic Cooper
Dominic Cooper
as Bond creator Ian Fleming, for Sky Atlantic HD.[2] Also in 2014 the company released The Great Fire for ITV, a drama set during the Great Fire of London
London
in 1666.[3] Ecosse released the drama film Hampstead in 2017, featuring Brendan Gleeson and Diane Keaton.[4] Ecosse's core team includes founder Douglas Rae who remains executive-producer on all of Ecosse's films, company director and producer Robert Bernstein, and film development producer Matt Delargy.[5] Sources[edit]

^ Designers, PFD - Website and Graphic. "History Ecosse Films". www.ecossefilms.com. Retrieved 2018-03-20.  ^ Designers, PFD - Website and Graphic. " Fleming Ecosse Films". www.ecossefilms.com. Retrieved 2018-03-20.  ^ Designers, PFD - Website and Graphic. "Great Fire / Ecosse Films". www.ecossefilms.com. Retrieved 2018-03-20.  ^ Designers, PFD - Website and Graphic. "Hampstead Ecosse Films". www.ecossefilms.com. Retrieved 2018-03-20.  ^ "Ecosse Films: People". Retrieved 2010-10-05. 

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