Rotterdam Lab

Alysia Maciejowska

Glasgow-based producer, Alysia Maciejowska founded Moquette Films to tell exciting, untold stories and help facilitate more diversity on screen and behind the camera. Recent credits include the BFI NETWORK & Screen Scotland funded shorts Bahar (wri-dir. Maryam Hamidi); Bunny (wri-dir. Shaun Hughes); Do No Harm (wr. Rosy Barnes, dir. Douglas King); and The Barber (wri-dir. Dhivya Kate Chetty), co-financed by Film4. She formerly worked in Camera and has experience producing commercials at all budgets. She is an alumna of Film City Futures Producer Accelerator and FOCUS programmes, EIFF Talent Lab, BFI NETWORK @LFF and Stowe Story Labs. She was selected onto the 2022 EIFF Mentor Programme and BAFTA Connect and has previously presented projects at PFM, IFP Week and Cinemart.

Moquette Films Ltd - Scotland, UK

Moquette films is the Glasgow-based independent production company founded by Alysia Maciejowska, with a mission to tell diverse and exciting stories from distinct, marginalised and unheard voices. Passionate about good drama, compelling and untold stories, Moquette Films aims to facilitate more diversity on screen and behind the camera, to inspire tolerance, understanding and partnership, and most of all to make damn good films. Working with established and emerging writers and directors from around the UK, they are concentrating on their growing slate of shorts, features and narrative TV series, and developing Moquette Films into a reputable, world-class content producer of quality, honest, human and impactful stories.


Projects in development

Lorne of the Mackay Country by Dhivya Kate Chetty (feature)

Should We Fall Behind by Jim Loach (feature)

Shifter by Mikey Murray  (feature)

Dressers written by Marc Pye (feature)

Along the Loch by Robin Haig & Lindsay McGee (series)

To See Ourselves written by Marc Pye (series)

Birthright by Maryam Hamidi (feature)


Projects in production

Discovering Govan Through Archaeology and Cinema: Past, present and Futures by David Archibald and Stephen Driscoll (documentary feature)


Released films 

The Barber by Dhivya Kate Chetty (short)

Bahar by Maryam Hamidi (short)

Do No Harm by Douglas King, written by Rosy Barnes (short)

Bunny by Shaun Hughes (short)

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Rotterdam Lab

Rotterdam Lab participants 2023

See the names of the emerging producers joining us for the Rotterdam Lab 2023.