Spring Pictures is an independent film and TV production company based in London. We pride ourselves on telling stories that are designed to move, entertain and promote positive change. Set up by the Bafta-nominated producer Lucie Wenigerová, the company has produced fiction, feature films, documentary projects and children’s programmes. Our current slate includes ambitious projects for cinema and television on which we collaborate with established and emerging talent.
LEAVING TO REMAIN
A winner of the DA Films Award
One World Festival - 2022
Filmed by the first-ever British Roma crew, this feature-length documentary portrays empowered Roma – lawyer Denisa Gannon, policeman Petr Torák MBE, and student Ondrej Oláh - as they embark on their journeys to empower others within their community.
A UK-Slovak-Czech coproduction, directed by Mira Erdevički.
International sales: www.ruthfilms.com
“An intelligent script, beguiling performances,
A Streetcar Named Desire meets My Summer of Love.”
NEIL SMITH - TOTAL FILM
“Intense, ambitious and very well directed.”
“Fearless film-making - bold, visceral, beguilingly beautiful with performances that are utterly committed to unravelling the complexities of love in its many forms.”
SIMON BEAUFOY (WRITER- SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, THE FULL MONTY)
A twisted tale of sibling rivalry, sexual awakening and mind games, set over a hot English summer in lush green strawberry fields.
A Spring Pictures/Film London/BBC Films production. Directed by Frances Lea, and starring Anna Madeley, Christine Bottomley and Emun Elliott.
This classic live-action TV programme (a 90-minute TV family film and 3 seasons of pre-school series), feature the titular fearless sheepdog Mist and her animal friends and their escapades on a North Devon farm. Voiced by a stellar cast including Mel Giedroyc, Derek Jacobi, Brian Blessed, Una Stubbs, Joanna Page, Luke Treadaway and Helen Lederer.
Written and directed by Richard Overall and David Kennard. A Borough Valley / Spring Pictures Production for Five.
LUCIE WENIGEROVÁ’S BIOGRAPHY
Lucie Wenigerová is a Bafta-nominated film and TV producer. Her most recent credits include co-producer on a short film by Sally Potter, Look At Me, starring Javier Bardem and Chris Rock, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival 2022; and lead producer on an impact documentary, Leaving to Remain (dir Mira Erdevički). Lucie was also associate producer on the latest feature film by Sally Potter, The Roads Not Taken, starring Javier Bardem and Elle Fanning, which premiered at the 2020 Berlinale Competition.
Her previous credits include producing the feature film Strawberry Fields (BBC/Film London) and the Mist series for channel Five. Lucie is a longstanding member of the European producers’ network, ACE. She is a graduate of the Producing Department of the NFTS. Her graduation short, Sap (dir Hyun-Joo Kim), was nominated for a Bafta and won multiple awards at international festivals.