Lucy Benson-Brown is a UK producer, writer & film-maker. 

After graduating from Manchester School of Theatre with a BA in Acting, she turned to writing and producing theatre before moving into film production. She is a past alumni of The Royal Court Young Writers Programme and John York Story for Script Development.

As a writer, her first play Cutting Off Kate Bush premiered at the Edinburgh Festival and after a successful run, transferred to Paines Plough Roundabout at Hackney Downs Studios and played sold-out shows at the Out to Lunch Festival, Belfast. The show was featured on BBC 6 Music Radio with Shaun Keaveny as well as coverage by all Edinburgh Fringe Press including The Guardian, The Stage, Broadway Baby, A Younger Theatre and The Independent.

Her first short film Radio Silence written and co-directed with Joe Ransom, premiered at London Lift Off Festival in December 2021 and subsequently played at film festivals throughout 2022, including Nottingham International Film Festival, Sci-Fi London, Los Angeles Lift Off, Semi-Finalist at Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival and Finalist for Best Indie Short at the New York International Film Awards.

As an independent film producer, her two recent shorts Dinner at the Smyths' directed by Ash Hamilton & Rebecca Conyngham-Hynes and The Storm Chaser directed by Jack Pirie were both selected for the Festival Formula Slate in 2023 and have screened at various festivals worldwide including Indy Shorts, Tallgrass, FilmQuest, Paracinema, Pittsburgh Shorts, Flickers' Vortex, Edmunton International, Barnes Film Festival & Oxford Shorts.

As a commercial producer, Lucy has worked on global TVC campaigns, short films, music videos and online content for brands such as Adidas, FIFA, Samsung & Sky, working with the likes of Agile Films, Armoury, Curly, Great Guns, Knucklehead, Rebolucion, Radical Media & Private Island.

For work enquiries please contact:

t: (+44) 020 8747 1203
e: info@chapterspeople.co.uk