Glasgow based production company barry crerar was set up in 2016 by producing duo Rosie Crerar and Ciara Barry.

With the support of a BFI Vision Award, barry crerar are developing a slate of authored stories that seek to inspire and provoke. Feature drama projects in development include PETRICHOR (Esther May Campbell); CUCKOO (Paul Wright); 15 WOLVES (Ruth Paxton) and GIRL (Adura Onashile).

In 2017 barry crerar produced two films with artist filmmaker Rachel Maclean, SPITE YOUR FACE and R U SATISFIED?, due to be broadcast on Channel 4 in 2018.

barry crerar is currently in production on their feature debut, WE DON’T TALK ABOUT LOVE, from writer/director Scott Graham, in co-production with Margaret Matheson’s bard entertainments funded by the BFI, BBC Films and Creative Scotland, to be sold internationally by Film Constellation.

barry crerar is also co-producing feature documentary IRENE’S GHOST, director Iain Cunningham, producer Rebecca Mark Lawson, funded by BFI, Creative England, Creative Scotland & Wellcome Trust.

From 2014 – 2016, Rosie was Development & Production Executive at Creative Scotland, credits include Peter Mackie Burns & The Bureau’s DAPHNE. Prior to this Rosie was Programme Manager at BFI London Film Festival, Festival Manager at Flickerfest International Short Film Festival, Co-Director of Glasgow Short Film Festival. From 2013-2016 Ciara was a commercials producer at Mallinson Television Productions and previously, Development & Production Executive on the UK Film Council funded DigiCult’s shorts programme. They have 20 years combined production experience including producing award-winning short films and high end TV commercials.