Emily Rudge

Creative Producer

Freelance

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Emily Rudge lives and works in London. She is a creative producer with over 12 years experience in seeing film and arts projects through from conception to completion. Working across a range of disciplines from film and commercial production, to artist moving image, theatre and live events. Emily has worked for major companies and channels, including the BBC, ITV, Arts Council England, National Geographic, Sky, Revolution Films, Hat Trick Entertainment, Wildworks Theatre, Wieden + Kennedy, and most recently was Head of Content and Music at Iconoclast.

Having left Iconoclast in April, she has been freelance producing, developing two longer form feature projects – one documentary and one more art based / live performance piece.   She is also working with the Serpentine Galleries on a nature based live performance piece as part of their General Ecology programme, which will be premiering mid-September.

When was the last time you felt truly alive and inspired, and what triggered it?
I have been lucky enough to have had the past four months off full-time work so have filled the time with lots of creative trips, namely going to the Venice Biennale and Sheffield Doc Fest - both were super inspiring as to the quality of work being made. It really gave me renewed determination to keep working and developing projects of my own. I've also recently been volunteering with Extinction Rebellion, the collective empathy of the volunteers and passion to work together for the greater good of the planet is inspiring in a whole different way.