Renaissance Films was co founded in 1989 and immediately made a global impact with the acclaimed movies Henry V and Much Ado About Nothing.
From 1994 Renaissance Films cemented its position at the forefront of UK film production with a string of critically and financially successful hits, including The Madness of King George, The Wings of the Dove and The Luzhin Defence.
Others films Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Disco Pigs, The Safety of Objects, The Reckoning, The Mother and Dear Frankie all followed throughout the 2000s.
Renaissance produced their first romantic comedy First Night starring Richard E Grant and Sarah Brightman, which was released theatrically in October 2011.
They went on to produce feature film Seve: The Movie, a biopic on the great Spanish golfer Seve Ballesteros, released to acclaim by UK distributor Entertainment Films in June 2014.
In the last few years they have executive produced UK comedy Breaking The Bank directed by Vadim Jean, starring Kelsey Grammar, picked up by Universal for international distribution in 2016 and executive produced That Good Night, John Hurt’s last film, set for release this year.
Renaissance Films focuses on upscale story driven features tailored to the demands of the independent film marketplace.