Trademark Films was established in 2000 by Academy and Bafta Award winning producer David Parfitt, with other members of his regular production team. Trademark’s debut production was the acclaimed 2001 adaptation of Dodie Smith’s much loved novel I Capture The Castle. This was followed by Chasing Liberty in 2003 , A Bunch Of Amateurs in 2009 and, in 2011, My Week with Marilyn, starring Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe with Kenneth Branagh, Eddie Redmayne and Judi Dench.

Trademark's first television production was Parade's End which, in 2012, it co-produced with Mammoth Screen. Parade's End was a 5x1hr series for BBC and HBO, written by Tom Stoppard, directed by Susanna White and starring Rebecca Hall and Benedict Cumberbatch.

Trademark's most recent production is the feature film The Wipers Times, which completed in July 2013. Written by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman, directed by Andy de Emmony, and stars Ben Chaplin, Julian Rhind Tutt, Emilia Fox and Michael Palin, it tells the story of how one man turned the horrors of World War One into black comedy.

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