Rienkje Attoh is an independent Producer who started her career as a Broadcast Journalist for the BBC, ITN and Euronews.
She has worked on long and short form content across documentary, fiction and animation, which have screened at some of the world’s most notable national and international film festivals, including Sundance, London Film Festival and LA Film Festival.
Her first feature A Moving Image - an award-winning multi-media film about gentrification in London - was praised by Time Out and her second feature Pond Life, staring Daisy Edgar-Jones, was praised by the guardian as an "affectionate coming of age drama”. In the same year she developed and co-produced the adaptation of Noughts + Crosses with Mammoth Screen for the BBC in Cape Town, South Africa. The series was broadcast in 2020 to rave reviews.
In 2020 Screen International announced Rienkje as one UK and Ireland’s Star of Tomorrow.
She is a graduate of the National Film and TV School and one of the three recipients of the inaugural Prince William Scholarships in Film, Television and Games, supported by BAFTA and Warner Bros.