Dirty Monty is a creative production company led by Rachael Mooney.

Rachael spent four years in Los Angeles working with Oscar-winning producer Fred Roos (THE GODFATHER II, LOST IN TRANSLATION, ST VINCENT) on the development and selection of film projects, acting as both reader and assistant. While in LA, with Fred's mentorship, Rachael founded production company Dirty Monty, investing first in Austin Film Festival Best Comedy Screenplay Winner 'The P.A.N.D.A War' by Dan Shea.

Now based in London, Dirty Monty's slate also includes an animated feature based on the art work of Japanese artist Hiroshi Yoshi and a project about Henry Miller's experience living in Big Sur, California (with producer Orian Williams whose work includes superlative CONTROL and director Rémy Bennet who just released her first feature film BUTTERCUP BILL.