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British film and event producer Stephen Malit is producer and head of production at IN.2 Film.

Producing credits include ‘Hector’ (2015), for which Peter Mullen won the BAFTA Scotland best actor award, ‘Dan y Wenallt’ (2016), the UK entry into the Best Foreign Language Oscar, starring Rhys Ifans and Charlotte Church and ‘Crock of Gold – A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan’ (2020), winner of the jury prize at San Sebastian Film Festival.

The highlights of producing for director Julien Temple include the European Film Award nominee London: ‘The Modern Babylon’ (2012) for BBC Films / BFI and the CULT award winning feature ‘Oil City Confidential’ (2009). A collaboration with Mike Figgis resulted in ‘Long Love Live’ (2008), ‘3 Minute Wonders’ a series of short art films for Channel 4 and ‘The 4 Dreams of Miss X’ (2007) starring Kate Moss.

He was the UK co-producer on the European animation feature ‘A Fox’s Tale’ (2008) and production management clients include the Comic Strip, Big Talk Productions, Recorded Picture Company and Robert Fox Limited. Further line-producer credits include documentaries ‘Imaginary Man’ (2010), ‘Glastopia’ (2012), and ‘Under The Wire’ (2018).

Stephen continues to be on the management committees of both Glastonbury Festival of Performing Arts and the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan.

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