Before joining as Head of Production (Europe), Lucinda gained broad experience across the international film industry. She was the Producer of My Marlon and Brando, a feature film that won numerous festival awards in 2008 including Tribeca, Tokyo, Sarajevo and two FIPRESCI awards. She was also the Producer of feature documentary Sea Point Days (world premiere, Toronto FF 2008). Other credits include U-Carmen eKhayelitsha (Golden Bear, 2005 Berlinale) and The Mothers' House (2006).
In parallel to producing, Lucinda launched an initiative in partnership with luxury brand LVMH that provides an innovative interface between London based financial institutions and the independent film world.
Lucinda graduated at the University of Cambridge with a degree in Social and Political Sciences and an MPhil (Political Science) at the University of Cape Town where she lectured and published a number of academic papers related to film.
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