Traviss finished his latest film Psychosis earlier this year, which features an appearance by former Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins.

His previous film, the 2006 Joy Division set in Germany, was praised by critics.

I'm happy that she's moving on with her life.'' He said Traviss was a ''very nice, normal bloke''.

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Winehouse's family and Traviss publicly disapproved of the film, saying that it was "downright inaccurate" and contained "basic untruths".

Traviss and Winehouse's father Mitch have asked the film crew to edit the film, as it portrays Winehouse's father as a villain and contains nothing about Traviss.

Last night Mitch Winehouse, who is launching his own music career, gave the new man his seal of approval.

In an interview with STV's The Hour programme, he said: ''I'm happy she's got a new boyfriend.

The film was co-produced by German production company Dreamtool Entertainment and Traviss' company Kingsway Films on a budget of $6,000,000.

The film starred an ensemble of German, British and Hungarian actors including the rising European stars Tom Schilling and Bernadette Heerwagen, British actor Ed Stoppard, television actress and pop singer Michelle Gayle, alongside veteran big screen performers Bernard Hill and Suzanne von Borsody and was filmed in London, Canada, Hungary, Germany and Slovakia.

Amy Winehouse’s former boyfriend Reg Traviss has spoken about his “absolute relief” at being cleared of rape.

He was out celebrating last night at his parents' central London pub.

The story was influenced by the bestselling books Berlin: The Downfall 1945 by Antony Beevor and Armageddon by Max Hastings.

Joy Division was received at the Copenhagen International Film Festival in September 2006 and was released in theatres in the UK, Germany, New Zealand and Australia from 2006 to late 2007.

Traviss followed up his World War Two drama with Psychosis, a psychological thriller, released worldwide by Lionsgate in 2010, which starred Charisma Carpenter, Ricci Harnett and Justin Hawkins, lead singer of rock group The Darkness.