Sheila Nortley is an internationally award-winning indie film producer and writer who produced her first short film Eddie's Bar back in 2003. By 2006 whilst studying for her degree in Media & Communications at Brunel University she launched a production company, which specialised in music video production, documentary and short films. This led to her producing the neo-noir short film The Hydra which scooped Best Film at the BFM awards at the British Film Institute in 2009.
She went on to work for AmeenDream Entertainment and several other production companies, where she wrote and produced several award-winning productions including Zion, Victim and feature film David is Dying. In November 2011 Sheila received a nomination for a BYA Award for her accomplishments in film at that point. Her film Zion, a highly anticipated love story, premiered the following month at The Ritzy in Brixton, meeting a warm reception and superb reviews. The film went on to win Best Film and Best Screenplay at the Spartan Lens, Film Festival in Norfolk, Virginia. That spring she launched a drama school Kingdom School of Arts in April 2012 to provide classical drama training with top RADA and LAMDA tutors to a demographic she felt did not have access to such resources. Though she is no longer involved in the drama school nowit is still running and thriving in the heart of Camden.
Dreamscape Films is a London based film production house specialising in producing innovative high quality films & documentaries. We represent the under represented. Headed by Sheila Nortley, we produce a range of unique and stunning mainstream feature length and short films diversifying cast and crew whilst challenging norms & representation. Exciting & engaging content of the highest standards.
With creativity. Without compromise.
Their feature film The Strangers [Wil Johnson, Scott Peden, Elliot Barnes-Worrell] is scheduled for release next year and we just wrapped an incredible short film called Sometimes I Feel Like (Johnny Ray Gill & Zaraah Abrahams).