Melloney Roffe

Melloney Roffe

Melloney Roffe began her career in the Film Industry working on The Who’s last Tour of North America. Subsequently she worked on over 150 corporate films with budgets ranging from $20k to £250k in varying capacities from Production Assistant, Location Manager, Production Manager and Producer. She was Associate Producer on an award winning documentary about Amnesty International (directed by Ian Lewis) and Location Manager on two of Tony Palmer’s feature films starring Ben Kingsley and Robert Lindsey. She production-managed The Chef's Apprentice, a 6 x 30’ historical drama series for ITV network.

She worked at Channel 4 TV for 11 years as Programme Finance Manager, and she has since produced several feature films including Plato’s Breaking Point, The Refuge (Best Screenplay and Best Feature Film, Films of Commitment, the Wine Country Film Festival), and Enchantress. She was also the Co-Executive Producer on the family film Tooth, released theatrically in the UK and internationally, and Line Producer on Urban and the Shed Crew starring Richard Armitage.