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Rebecca O'Brien (I)

Rebecca O'Brien was born in 1957 in London, England. She is a producer and production manager, known for Bean (1997), The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2006) and Sweet Sixteen (2002). See full bio »
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 2014 Jimmy's Hall (producer) (post-production)
 2013 Mediastan (Documentary) (producer)
 2013 The Spirit of '45 (Documentary) (producer)
 2012 The Angels' Share (producer)
 2010 Oranges and Sunshine (executive producer)
 2010 Route Irish (producer)
 2009 Jean Charles (executive producer)
 2009 Looking for Eric (producer)
 2008 Martino Unstrung (Video documentary) (executive producer) / (producer)
 2007 It's a Free World... (producer)
 2007 To Each His Own Cinema (producer - segment "Happy Ending")
 2005 Tickets (producer)
 2004 Ae Fond Kiss... (producer)
 2003 Senses (executive producer)
 2002 September 11 (executive producer)
 2002/I Sweet Sixteen (producer)
 2001 The Navigators (producer)
 2001/I Princesa (producer)
 2000 Bread and Roses (producer)
 1998 My Name Is Joe (producer)
 1997 Bean (co-producer)
 1995 Land and Freedom (producer)
 1990 Hidden Agenda (co-producer)
 1988 Echoes (TV Mini-Series) (producer - 3 episodes)
- Episode #1.1 (1988) ... (producer)
- Episode #1.4 ... (producer)
- Episode #1.3 ... (producer)
 1987 Friendship's Death (producer)
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Show Show Self (2 credits)

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