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The Preacher Producer
Desert Flower Producer
High Boot Benny Producer


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 2021 The Storms of Jeremy Thomas (Documentary) (producer)
 2014 Two Women (executive producer - as David Kelly)
 2009 Desert Flower (co-producer)
 2004 The Preacher (co-executive producer - as David Kelly) / (co-producer)
 2000 Mad About Mambo (producer)
 1994 Skin Tight (Short) (producer - as David Kelly)
 1993 High Boot Benny (executive producer - as David Kelly) / (producer - as David Kelly)
 1990 I Hired a Contract Killer (line producer - as David Kelly)
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 1991 A Demon in My View (production manager: London - as David Kelly)
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 2013 45 Minutes to Ramallah (thanks - as David Kelly)
 2013 The Sea (thanks - as David Kelly)
 2012 Zaytoun (thanks - as David Kelly)
 2011 Fish n' Chips (special thanks - as David Kelly)
 2009 Attack on Leningrad (thanks - as David Kelly)
 2009 The Last Station (special thanks)
 1990 Amazon (special thanks - as David Kelly)

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His co-director, film producer David P. Kelly, was born nearby in Mornington Crescent and also attended the local secondary school, St Richard of Chichester, on Prince of Wales Road. "Kentish Town," he says, "will always be close to my heart."

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