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Rachelle Constant

Producer - Constant Productions
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Rachelle completed her degree in Media Arts at Royal Holloway, University of London with a First Degree with honours. She was awarded a full bursary from her University to study an MA in Film and Television Producing taught by British film and television producer, Tony Garnett.

Rachelle went on to work at ITV as a Script Editor on ITV1’s Agatha Christie’s series Miss Marple and Poirot. She helped adapt and develop a number of Agatha Christie classics for television including, Poirot Hallowe’en Party and Mrs McGinty’s Dead. A year later, she worked as a Script Editor on ITV1’s flagship detective series Lewis starring Kevin Whately and Laurence Fox.

She moved to the BBC where she currently works as a Development Producer across Drama for the BBC Writersroom.  She produced two series of “The Break”, an exciting venture between BBC Writersroom and BBC Studios to produce five original short films for BBC Three, written by up-and-coming writing talent from across the UK.

Her first short film Two Dosas was met with critical acclaim, premiering at the BFI London Film Festival, and winning awards at The London Short Film Festival and Aspen ShortFest. A former mentee of the BFI Flare Mentorship programme, Rachelle thrives on working with and supporting a diverse range of talent to tell original and dynamic stories.

Rachelle is a recipient of a BFI Vision Award 3.