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About Raspberry Films

Raspberry Films is a film and television production company, created by Kayleigh-Paige Rees, that develops and produces high quality and varied feature films and television productions for distribution across various channels. Our main ethos is to help bridge the gap between independent filmmakers and mainstream media.


We are passionate about making films and other video content which can inspire love, hope and provoke thought among audiences. We hope to create films that can entertain as much as they can have a meaningful impact, not on society, but on individuals.


Kayleigh-Paige Rees is an award-winning actress and producer. She is best known for her roles as Julia Beaufort in ITV/PBS' Jane Austen adaptation of 'Sanditon', as well as starring as Casey in her very own sitcom 'All About Casey' on Amazon Prime.

Kayleigh-Paige has appeared in adverts/interviews in Vogue, Radio Times, Deadline, Variety, Yahoo News, Marie Claire, Glamour, BBC & ITV news.

Kayleigh-Paige is a mental health advocate and continues to fight to de-stigmatise mental health and help showcase reality on screen as well escapism.

Kayleigh-Paige has worked in the industry for the past 6 years and is determined to help bridge the gap between independent filmmakers and mainstream media.


George Perry is a Writer/Director based in Cheltenham. Some of his earliest films were science themed song parody music videos made in 2012 and 2013, “GP's Bicarbonate Soda and Vinegar Volcanoes” and “I Want To Make Tea (Diffusion)”, featured on the Australian Museum Youtube channel. He proceeded to make a number of longer 15-17 minute films over the following years, “Watching The Earth” (2014), “Plutarch” (2015), “If I Could Read My Mind” (2016) and “Quietus” (2017). These short films ranged from sci-fi to more serious drama.


He began studying Film and Television at the University of Bristol in 2016. His first feature length film was 2017’s ‘Toasted’, a comedy about a young man who wakes up to find his toaster missing under suspicious circumstances, available on Amazon Prime. Through Raspberry Films, he wrote and directed the feature length comedy, ‘Ann Rolls Green’, released on Amazon Prime Video in 2019.

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