Seep Scriven

TV & Film Producer

Seep Scriven

Seep Scriven’s first short film The Babysitter won the Best Short Film Award at the Shortcutz Film Festival and was screened at the Edinburgh Short Film Festival and the London Future Film Festival. Seep Scriven co-founded award-winning film production company Bloody Rascal in 2011 to produce the feature film How to Become a Criminal Mastermind which went on to win awards at numerous festivals.

For television Seep has worked on Ewan McGregor’s Cold Chain, Extreme Homes and 24 hours in A&E as well as producing commercials for clients including Tesco, DFS and Paddy Power. She currently works as a producer for Sky. Seep has an MA in Producing Film from Bournemouth University and has also completed a Producing Feature Film course at Raindance.