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Vicky Pope

Vicky Pope is an award-winning producer with over 15 years of experience working across film, television and advertising. Her short and feature film productions have sold around the world and screened in prestigious international festivals including Cannes, Venice and Berlin.

Vicky’s feature film producing credits include the critically acclaimed theatrical documentary Trouble is My Business directed by Juliette Veber. In 2012 she produced NZ comedy Two Little Boys, directed by NZ director Robert Sarkies (Out of the Blue, Consent, Scarfies), that premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2012 and starred Bret McKenzie (Flight of the Conchords). In 2013 Vicky produced and distributed NZ independent documentary Gardening with Soul directed by Jess Feast. The film won Best Documentary at the 2013 NZ Film Awards and became one of the highest-grossing NZ documentaries at the box office at the time.

Vicky’s most recent production is Sam Kelly’s debut feature film Savage that premiered in competition at Busan and London BFI Film Festivals in 2019. The film has released theatrically worldwide in 2020, and secured a local box office of more than $1.5M, making it one of the top 20 NZ releases of all time.

Under her production company POP Film, Vicky has numerous projects in development including high-end drama series The ARK created by Robert Sarkies, Samuel Van Grinsven’s second feature Went Up The Hill being developed in co-production with Sam Jennings and Kristina Ceyton of Causeway Films in Australia, and Big Girls Don’t Cry from debut writer/director Paloma Schneideman.