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Founder and Chairman Steve Milne bought the iconic Carnaby Street based post production house Molinare together with business partner Mark Foligno in 2003. They successfully repositioned and then grew the Company into the leading British TV Drama and indie Film post house before selling a majority in the Company in 2008. Steve Milne subsequently stepped down as CEO in 2009 and left the Company entirely on 31st August 2010 to concentrate on Producing full time.
The idea for British Film Company came a week later and the following year Christian Eisenbeiss became the founding Chairman. The very first ‘British Film Company presents’ title about the War Photographer Don McCullin was nominated for a Bafta in 2012. In the spring of the same year, Molinare faced imminent closure and Steve led the successful rescue putting together a consortium to purchase the assets of the Company. He served as Executive Chairman until 30th April 2018 and remains a shareholder.
With the sudden death in March 2017 of his friend Christian, Steve is now fully refocused on continuing British Film Company’s journey. The Feature Documentary ‘Spitfire’ took off in July 2018 and ‘Where Hands Touch’ had it’s World premiere at Toronto September 2018, 8 years after the Company was founded. The Keeper was released in 2019 and Lancaster takes flight onto the Big Screen in Autumn 2021 – God Willing.