Sophie Neave is an independent film producer with experience across the UK, Europe, and Latin America. She started out in script development in Argentina, before moving to Revolution Films, where she worked across development, physical production and post.  She set up Tilt in 2014 to develop and produce a slate of films that aim to present audiences with something unique.

Connecting across film, music, and art, Tilt Films is interested in stories that push the boundaries in storytelling and subject matter, broaden the perspective, and that take risks in genre or content.  The company is currently in development on a diverse slate of features, TV series, and artist films, working with talent across countries including the UK, US, Colombia, Spain, and Senegal. We want to make films that travel.
Tilt also offers production services to international projects looking to shoot in UK and Spain. Recent work includes ‘True Things’  (Venice FF 2021, TIFF 2021) written & directed by Harry Wootliff. A The Bureau, Lady Lazarus, Riff Raff Production funded by the BFI and BBC Films.