EXCLUSIVE: Tracey Josephs, Production Manager at The night manager producer The Ink Factory, leaves the company supported by Endeavor Content after four years.
Deadline understands that the former Film4 executive is taking a break from the TV and film industry to help his brother run his food retail business in London.
Josephs, who was also director of The Ink Factory, was executive producer of Stephen Merchant’s Florence Pugh. Fight with my family, while his other credits for the company include the BBC / AMC series The little thresher girl.
During her time at Film4, she worked on Oscar winning projects including Slumdog Millionaire, 12 years A Slaving away, and Three billboards outside of Ebbing Missouri, as well as box office hits like Between the two, the film.
Simon Cornwell, Co-Founder of The Ink Factory, said: “Tracey remains a close friend of The Ink Factory – and a personal friend – and I and all of us at Ink wish her every success as she takes the time to work with her. brother on building his thriving food business. I know firsthand how rewarding it can be to work as a family, and I hope she finds it just as exciting.