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Denzil Monk

Sodhek Pennweythrek ha Askorrer | CEO & Producer

Denzil Monk is founding CEO at award-winning Cornish independent film and TV production company Bosena. He produced Mark Jenkin’s Film4 backed, BIFA-winning, Cannes Directors’ Fortnight title ENYS MEN (2022) released by BFI Distribution (UK) and NEON (US); Christopher Morris's acclaimed Sheffield DocFest competition title A YEAR IN A FIELD (2023) released by Anti-Worlds (UK) and is in post-production with Jim Hosking’s third feature. Prior to this Denzil was the Associate Producer on Mark Jenkin’s BAFTA winning breakout BAIT. He is a Bard of Gorsedh Kernow and an active member of global collaborative initiativeEntertainment and Culture for Climate Action (ECCA).

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Ben Bond

Askorrer Gweythresek | Executive Producer

Executive producer, Ben Bond, has over fifteen years of experience working in independent feature films and television drama.  As a producer,  previous work includes feature films THE HUNGRY (Tiff 2017), SAY YOUR PRAYERS (2020) and THE DRIFTERS (2021) which he also directed. He has written for BAFTA winning TV drama series SKINS, and the movie KILLING BONO for Paramount Pictures, and he is the executive producer and co-creator of WHISKY WARS, an original HETV drama series with director Marc Forster (A MAN CALLED OTTO, WORLD WAR Z). He's a fellow of Bristol University and writes poetry when he's not making films. 


Aoife Inman

Gweythrek Dsiplegyans | Development Executive

Aoife Inman joined Bosena as Development Executive in April 2024 after five years in the book publishing industry. Previously, she was a Junior Literary Agent at Felicity Bryan Associates, where she worked with award-winning authors including Damon Galgut, Reni Eddo-Lodge and the Estate of Derek Jarman. In 2021 she co-founded FBA New Voices, a talent development programme for emerging underrepresented writers in the UK. A former script reader for the Finsborough Theatre, she is a member of The Writing Squad, a professional writer development network in the North of England.  Her own writing has been published in The London Magazine, shortlisted for the V.S. Pritchett Prize and won the Brick Lane Short Story Prize 2021.

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Amanda Rawling

Displegyer Gonisogethel | Cultural Developer

Amanda is an artist, helping to develop the cultural ethos of Bosena. She has a keen interest in history and wild ecology. Her focus is on sustainability and inclusivity, exploring ways to tread lightly on the planet, whist working sympathetically with the cultural landscape and making life better for people.

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