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The Team

Sina Bowyer – Company Founder

Sina Bowyer is a screenwriter-producer, and the founder of Red Rug Productions. Prior to completing the short eco-thriller Crude, Sina travelled to New Mexico with her co-producer Peter Jonas for production meetings and to scout key locations for Wedding Heist, and has cemented a highly experienced executive and production team there. She is now refining a finance plan with UK and US financial advisors and seeking co-production partners. Sina is also developing London based noir thriller Nefarious, and martial arts Thriller Deadlined  with international partners.

Learning her writing craft via LA based Masterclasses in high concept screenwriting and film-making from 2006-8, Sina later graduated with a Masters in Screenwriting from the prestigious Royal Holloway, University of London in 2011. Sina has been a regular attender at Film Festivals such as Cannes and Galway. She has written all of the scripts so far listed on this site and produces corresponding marketing materials.

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Peter Jonas – Executive Producer

Peter brings his consummate networking and marketing skills to Red Rug Productions. He co-produced Crude, including overseeing the build of a nature hide for the main set and the film’s production design. Peter is an international artist and photographer who has led high budget public arts projects involving local communities and celebrities in South Africa, USA and the UK,  featured both in national press and on television.

 With Sina, he is engaged in project development and finding investors. He has designed all of the concept posters on this website and his creative works can be viewed here:


Tony Grant – Business & Legal Advisor

Tony Grant is a partner in Grant Dawe. His practice is primarily transactional, including selling and buying companies and businesses, investment transactions, joint ventures, shareholder agreements, international transactions, media transactions and sports law.

Tony trained and spent his early qualification years at Allen & Overy and was then at Denton Wilde Sapte (now Dentons) for 24 years, 12 years of which were spent in Hong Kong where he was senior partner and in charge of its offices in the Far East. He was subsequently head of that firm’s corporate department in London and then head of its TMT (technology, media and telecoms) department. He left in 2004 and joined up with Jonathan Dawe to form Grant Dawe in 2006.