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Maven Screen Media (“Maven”), is developing as a leading media and entertainment development and production company, founded by experienced producers Celine Rattray and Trudie Styler. The founders have established track records for producing award-winning, commercially successful films with worldwide reach and top-tier talent attached. Their productions have launched and received prizes at Cannes, Sundance, and TIFF Film Festivals as well as Oscar®, Golden Globe, BAFTA, British Independent Film, and London Critics Circle Awards.

Celine Rattray has produced over 40 films, including four-time Oscar®-nominated and Golden Globe-winner THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT, BLACK NATIVITY and AMERICAN HONEY after holding key roles in media and entertainment at HBO and McKinsey. Trudie Styler has produced, directed, and acted in numerous television shows and films, producing such landmark titles as LOCK, STOCK AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS, SNATCH, MOON, for which she received a BAFTA nomination, AMERICAN HONEY and THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER, both with Celine.


Celine and Trudie have a proven reputation for developing, producing and managing high-quality, cost-efficient content with a focus on innovative storytelling. Investment from Calculus will support the company’s multi-platform strategy: to maintain a strong film slate and expand into television and digital content (exploiting the explosion in the market for short-form digital content.)

Specifically, Maven is dedicated to increasing representation of female content creators and female-centred stories. Maven recognises that women are under represented both in front of and behind the camera: only 30% of top grossing films from 2014 to 2017 starred a woman, but female-led films outperformed at the box office (CAA), and of the top-grossing films from 2007 to 2018, only 4% were directed by a woman (USC). Their development slate across film, TV and digital content demonstrates their commitment to having strong female leads, with unique narratives that address social issues and inspire change.