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Specialist factual and scripted arts indie Angelica Films has exited All3Media to go independent.

Set up by former BBC arts producer/director Sally Angel three years ago, the label’s output has included BBC4 theatre broadcasts Harm, Pale Sister and Uncle Vanya.

Angel will remain creative director and will retain head of production Debbie London and business affairs head Susan Cooke, as well as any talent access deals and projects in development.

Its first project after leaving the super-indie is A Night with the Knights, a co-production with Free Range Films and Embankment.

Angel was previously creative director at indie Field Day and was a BBC commissioning editor and helped to launch BBC3 predecessor BBC Choice. Her notable docs include Channel 4’s Inside the American Embassy and Night Will Fall.

Angelica Films’ move follows Renegade Pictures’ exit from Warner Bros International TV Production, with Warner indies Wall to Wall and Ricochet now overseeing returning commissions such as Our Yorkshire Farm.

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