Clerkenwell Films is a British film and television production company, which has produced several drama and comedy programmes for the BBC, the ITV network, Channel 4 and E4 in the United Kingdom. It was co-founded by the actor John Hannah and the producer Murray Ferguson.
Notable programmes produced by the company include:
- the BAFTA award-winning Misfits
- the initial adaptations of the Rebus novels (starring Hannah as well)
- Art Attack, now produced by SMG Productions
- the supernatural thriller Afterlife starring Lesley Sharp and Andrew Lincoln
- the award-winning adaptation of Persuasion starring Sally Hawkins and Rupert Penry-Jones
- The Diary of a Nobody, adapted by Andrew Davies.
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