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ie ie productions

About Us

ie ie productions is a Cardiff-based, bilingual production company founded by producer Catryn Ramasut and musician Gruff Rhys in 2005 to produce their award-winning debut feature documentary, ‘Separado!’. Inspired by collaborative storytelling, cross art, animation and music, the company has gone on to produce a number of network documentaries, including Richard and Jaco: Life With Autism which received over 10 million views on BBC Stories last year and has been shortlisted for Best Documentary and Best Factual Director by BAFTA Cymru.

The company’s distinctive vision embraces the culture of Wales, with a focus on female protagonists from diverse backgrounds. We aim to produce innovative and experimental multiplatform projects which push the boundaries of creativity and technology. Striving to inform, educate and stimulate an audience of increasingly sophisticated and demanding media users and encourage expansion of global perspectives. Supported by the BFI Vision Award 3 and Ffilm Cymru Wales, the company continues to grow, working with a team of freelance producers and directors to develop a varied slate of thought provoking, creative and challenging ‘cultural’ productions, spanning feature film, documentary, radio and now drama.

Media Sectors

  • Broadcast Television
  • Radio
  • Feature Film
  • Short Film
  • Video on demand

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Credits

  • Separado!

    Theatrical Release

  • American Interior

    Theatrical Release

  • Queerama

    Theatrical Release

  • Elen

    S4C

  • O Nefyn I Nairobi

    S4C

  • Super Furry Animals: The Furry Years

    S4C

  • Richard and Jaco: Life With Autism

    BBC

  • But Where Are You From?

    Channel 4

  • Diwidant Sŵn

    BBC

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