DIrector Carol Slator,
Associate producer Rebecca MArk-Lawson (tyke films)

Rebecca worked as Associate Producer on feature documentary Almost Heaven with director Carol Salter, premiering in Berlin it was a double nominee including Best Documentary at 2017’s Berlin International Film Festival and winning Best Documentary at the 2017 BIFA Awards. Together they crafted an intimate, tender and life-affirming portrait of a young woman on the cusp of adulthood. The film follows Ying Ling, an ambitious 17-year-old girl far from home, struggling to overcome her fears of death as she trains to become a mortician in one of China’s largest funeral homes. The documentary received Four stars from Time Out and The Sunday Times. Sight and Sound called it 'an insightful pleasure'.  


in another life, 2017
DIrector jason wingard,
Associate producer Rebecca MArk-Lawson (tyke films)

As Associate Producer, Rebecca also worked on feature film In Another Life, a powerful portrayal of a young man's journey as a refugee to the UK. Forced to flee war torn Syria, Adnan and his wife Bana travel through Europe. Filmed in the Cala is Jungle in 2016 the film uses refugees and actors and is based on real testaments. In Another Life world premiered at Raindance Festival, nominated for Best UK Feature and won the Discovery Award at BIFA’s in 2017. The film was toured theatrically across the UK in 2017 supported by the Red Cross.


UNtaggable series, 2016
Series for Nowness
producer Rebecca MArk-Lawson (tyke films)

In 2016 Rebecca produced the Untaggable series for Nowness. Commissioned by Audi, shooting eight films across the globe. Working with a top list of directors, musicians, artists and designers. Including designer Thakoon, London-based filmmakers Shynola and a soundtrack from Mark Pritchard featuring Thom Yorke. Exploring how the best things in life are impossible to define.


numerous award-winning shorts
Executive producer Rebecca MArk-Lawson (tyke films)

Pitch Black Heist 
Director John Maclean,
BAFTA Short Film Award winner 2012

Director Martina Amati,
BIFA Best British Short Award winner 2011

Director Dan Mulloy,
Winner Edinburgh International Film Festival Best British Short 2010

I Do Air
Director Martina Amati,
BAFTA Short Film Award winner 2010

Director Esther May Campbell,
BAFTA Short Film Award winner 2009

Director Dan Elliot,
Golden Bear winner Berlin 2009

The Apology Line
Direcotor James Lees,
Best Short Film HOT DOCS 2009,
Nominated for Best Short at the European Film Academy Awards,
Official Selection Sundance

Peter and Ben
Director Pinny Grylls,
Best Documentary at Aspen Shorts Fest 2008,
The Shooting People Werner Herzog Competition,
Grand Jury Prize in SXSW

This Chair Is Not Me
Director Andy Taylor Smith,
Best Short Silver Docs Fest,
Sheffield Docfest.