A production company focused on sharing stories with important messages and bringing more representation to the screen
Founded and created by Rebecca Ann Bentley in 2020, Bentley Pictures (formally Bentley Productions) is an Australian production company focused on sharing stories with important messages and bringing more representation to the screen.
Noticing the lack of representation on screen, especially for women and those with disabilities, and important topics and situations that need to be talked about being ignored, Rebecca started the company to fill that gap and ensure those stories get told.
Shortly after launching, Rebecca joined forces with Martin Hroch in Vancouver, Canada, who become the Chief Operating Officer/Vice President of the company, linking her connections back there.
The company brings opportunities for those overlooked in the industry, including women, those with disabilities (invisible or not), neurological conditions, chronic health conditions and LGBTQIA+ people to work and the chance to finally share their stories. All our projects previously made or in the works are led by someone in that community and all future projects will be the same.
Previous projects include award-winning short films, Letting Go, Him, and Forever, all of which have played at festivals around the world.
Bentley Pictures is currently in post-production of its first feature film, Kill Me, Heal Me. Written & Directed by Rebecca Ann Bentley, the film is about violence against men and explores men's mental health, which is a topic the team is passionate about and is looking forward to spreading awareness about both these topics.