Jonny Persey is the Chief Executive of Met Film, a unique organisation based in Ealing Studios, which comprises the UK’s largest film school, an award-winning feature film production company, and a cutting-edge post-production facility. His producing credits include Deep Water, Wondrous Oblivion,Donor Unknown, The Pied Piper of Hutzovina, Heavy Load, French Film, Little Ashes, Men Who Swim, and Town of Runners. Meanwhile, under his leadership, Met Film also produced The Infidel by David Baddiel and starring Omid Djalili and Richard Schiff (Revolver, Salt, Tribeca). Having studied psychology at Cambridge University and worked for several years as a youth worker and training and organisational development consultant, Jonny Persey produced his first feature film, Everyone’s Child, in Zimbabwe in 1996. He then went on to study at the National Film & Television School where he produced a series of acclaimed short films both through the school and independently. He serves on PACT’s Film Policy Group and is a member of ACE.