Kabecca Films was founded by Katie and Rebecca Dale-Everett in 2017 as a platform for collaboration, fusing Katie’s background in cross-genre choreography and Rebecca’s experience of producing award-winning shorts. To date the female-led team have produced 'Digital Tattoo: Artefact 1', which was commissioned by Screen South, acquired by Channel Four for their online Random Acts strand, distributed nationwide as part of the Playback Touring Exhibition, Katie Dale-Everett Dance’s Arts Council England National Lottery funded tour and to independent venues and events including Leeds Music Festival. Most recently they have been in post-production for ‘Twenty, Forty, Sixty’, a short creative documentary shot on 16mm which was funded by Screen South’s Ignition Catalyst fund.
Kabecca Films are committed to making thought-provoking films, which are suitable for multiple distribution avenues and are conceived through sustainable practice.
Since producing 'Digital Tattoo: Artefact 1' Rebecca has moved to London to pursue a career in the TV industry and currently works as a Researcher on the returning primetime ITV1 series 'Long Lost Family'. Additional credits include working as a Production Coordinator on the BAFTA award-winning BBC1 series 'Who Do You Think You Are?', on a Sky Arts documentary with Harry Hill and Seventh Art Productions international cinema series 'EXHIBITION ON SCREEN'. Other achievements include taking her documentary on the Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team, entitled 'The Happy Warriors' to Sheffield Doc/Fest and distributing it on Curzon Home Cinema. She has previously produced two other documentaries shot on celluloid including 'Below the Row', which won the IMDB New Filmmaker Award at Bath Film Festival and has a
First-Class Honors Degree in Film Production.
Alongside working for Kabecca Films, Katie works as a freelance cross-genre choreographer, dance teacher and creative arts producer. Her company Katie Dale-Everett Dance has a growing number of supporters including South East Dance, New Theatre Royal Portsmouth and most recently becoming one of The Point's Associate Artist 2018/19. Her company has received multiple Arts Council England National Lottery grants. In 2017 the company toured three works including Kabecca Films' film 'Digital Tattoo: Artefact 1' across the South East and West of England. She currently produces and teaches for Arts Council England funded Inclusive Dance Company Rounded Rhythm and teaches for Varndean College and freelancers in multiple educational settings.