Portobello Pictures is best known for producing the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award-winning film KOLYA (Best Foreign Language Film 1996).
Portobello's collaboration with Czech director Jan Svěrák continued with the epic World War II film DARK BLUE WORLD released in 2001 starring Tara Fitzgerald and Charles Dance, and, most recently, with EMPTIES, which broke Czech box office records on release.
Portobello's first theatrical credit was the acclaimed British family film, Roald Dahl's DANNY THE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD (1989) starring Jeremy Irons, his son Samuel, Robbie Coltrane and a host of other British stars. At the time it was hailed as "the best British family film in nearly twenty years".
Portobello's other theatrical credits include: Tim Roth's directorial debut THE WAR ZONE (1999) starring Ray Winstone and Tilda Swinton; Jez Butterworth's MOJO (1997) with Harold Pinter and Ricky Tomlinson; and BIRTHDAY GIRL (2001) with Nicole Kidman and Ben Chaplin.
Currently Portobello Pictures is developing and producing a slate of film and television projects, working with high profile international talent, as well as developing and establishing new talent.
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