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Tracey Scoffield is an Emmy and Golden Globe-winning drama and film producer, whose career includes establishing and running the films books list at publishers Faber and Faber, and ten years with BBC Films where she developed and Executive Produced films for the cinema and television, including Dirty Pretty Things, A Cock and Bull Story, and The Gathering Storm. She left the BBC to set up Rainmark Films with veteran HBO producer Frank Doelger. Their work for HBO includes Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight starring Christopher Plummer and Into the Storm starring Brendan Gleeson. Scoffield is now a founding director of Turbine Studios, and with fellow director David Tanner, produced and Executive Produced Small Axe, Steve McQueen’s collection of films for the BBC and Amazon Prime Video about the West Indian experience in London. Turbine Studios is now in post-production with the film Municha for Netflix.