Cinema Verity was a British independent television and film production company, founded in 1985 by Verity Lambert, the television producer, who named the company after herself and as a pun on the expression 'cinéma vérité'.
The company's first major venture was the 1988 feature film A Cry in the Dark, which was produced by Lambert herself and based on the infamous Azaria Chamberlain 'dingo baby' case in Australia in the early 1980s.
Thereafter, the company was active mainly in television, producing two successful sitcoms for BBC1, May to December (1989–94) and So Haunt Me (1992–94). Less successfully during this period, they also co-produced the much-derided soap opera Eldorado (1992–93).
The company was voluntarily dissolved in 2011. 
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