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Dominique Webb

Dominique Webb

Dominique Webb is a film and television producer of high-end drama and documentaries. She is no stranger to BAFTA, having been a member of BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew – the development and networking programme for emerging and mid-level creatives – for several years. Dominique was also selected to take part in the Edinburgh International Film Festival Talent Lab in 2019 and Creative Enterprise’s Market Trader 2020.

Her breakout film was the theatrically released Lapwing (2021), which she executive produced and was directed by Philip Stevens, director of several of her previous short films. These shorts were made with the support of Creative England, the BFI and BBC and were screened at various BAFTA and Academy Awards-qualifying film festivals. Two of these, The Knock (2016) and Going Country (2019), went on to win festival awards. Two feature-length films, Bloom and Brethren, are supported by the BFI and Ffilm Cymru and have been selected for industry development programmes.

Dominique founded her own production company in 2017, Inceptive Films, which is based in the east Midlands and was supported by Creative England’s Business Builder in 2021. She currently has a range of projects in development, including a feature adaptation of true story The Race Against the Stasi (tba), which is currently out to directors.

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