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Leading drama producers define future scripted trends at Content London

Bruna Papandrea, Jane Tranter, Julie Gardner, Nicola Shindler, Andy Serkis, Jonathan Cavendish, Sue Vertue, Walter Iuzzolino, Jo McGrath and Patty Ishimoto will discuss the future of scripted production at Content London 2022.

The leading drama producers will discuss how they’re advancing scripted content to meet the demands of evolving international audiences.

Alongside the established Drama programme, this year Content London will run three full days of Formats & Factual, confirming its position as the most vital development marketplace across the drama and unscripted global business.

Content London 2022 will sell out. The TIER 2 rate of £999 ends soon. Register now by CLICKING HERE.

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Joining the line-up:

Bruna Papandrea
Founder and CEO
Made Up Stories
Emmy-winning producer, Papandrea is the founder and CEO of Made Up Stories, a development, production and finance company that amplifies distinctive voices to tell unforgettable stories about the diversity of human experience, driven primarily by multifaceted females on and off-screen. Through Made Up Stories, Papandrea has recently produced a number of television series including: Netflix’s hit shows Pieces of Her starring Toni Colette and Anatomy of a Scandal starring Sienna Miller; the anthology Roar for Apple TV+; and the genre-bending romantic comedy Wolf Like Me for Peacock that was recently renewed for a second season. Together Papandrea and Made Up Stories also executive produced The Undoing, starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant, directed by Susanne Bier and created by David E. Kelley, which was HBO’s most watched series of 2020. Upcoming, she produced the Amazon series The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart starring Sigourney Weaver and the Netflix film Luckiest Girl Alive starring Mila Kunis. Prior to Made Up Stories, Papandrea executive produced the HBO hit series Big Little Lies.

Jane Tranter
Founder
Bad Wolf
Tranter’s impression and contribution to British television has had a global impact. Her involvement in Doctor Who back in 2005 skyrocketed it to the top and the creation of Torchwood (2011) made an everlasting fanbase. Tranter has been an executive producer on a long list of successful shows and TV movies since 1995 and eventually created the global production company, Bad Wolf, back in 2015. Since then, Tranter has executively produced an array of series from A Discovery of Witches (2018-2022), I Hate Suzie (2020), Succession (2018-2021), Industry (2020-2022) to His Dark Materials (2019-2022).

Julie Gardner
Founder
Bad Wolf
Gardner cofounded Bad Wolf with Jane Tranter in 2015 after they had worked together on both sides of the Atlantic at the BBC. Originally from South Wales and now based in LA, Gardner’s career started as a secretary on the BAFTA winning BBC series Our Friends in The North. After a stint in BBC drama series on titles such as Silent Witness, Gardner moved to London Weekend Television where, she first worked with writers Russell T Davies and Andrew Davies. In 2003 she returned to the BBC as head of drama, BBC Wales where she spearheaded the revival of Doctor Who and launched new series Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures. Since launching Bad Wolf, Gardner has developed and executive produced the acclaimed I Hate Suzie (Sky Atlantic/HBO Max); and in 2019 set up and runs sister company Bad Wolf America. In 2014 Gardner was made an MBE for her contribution to the growth of the television industry in Wales.

Nicola Shindler
Executive producer and CEO
Quay Street Productions
Shindler OBE is a prolific, multi award-winning British television producer, who has worked with some of the most lauded names in television and created some of its most memorable series.
With over 25 years’ experience in television, Shindler has produced some of the UK’s most successful and award-winning dramas, including It’s A Sin (Ch4/ HBO), Harlan Coben’s The Stranger (Netflix), Years and Years (BBC/HBO), Happy Valley (BBC), Queer As Folk (Channel 4), Ridley Road (BBC/ Masterpiece), Traces (UKTV), Last Tango in Halifax (BBC), Butterfly (ITV), Finding Alice (ITV) and most recently Harlan Coben’s Stay Close for Netflix, No Return for ITV, and Traces series 2 for UKTV. Forthcoming series include the first Quay Street Productions drama Nolly, written by Russell T Davies and starring Helena Bonham Carter, for ITV. Renowned for her relationships with writers, Shindler has worked with an array of the UK’s most prolific and exciting writing talent including Russell T Davies, Sally Wainwright, Lenny Henry, Paul Abbot, Dan Sefton, Tony Marchant, Amelia Bullmore, Danny Brocklehurst, Matt Greenhalgh and Sarah Solemani, on series starring some of the world’s leading on-screen names. In 2019, Shindler was awarded an OBE and took home one of BAFTA’s highest honours, the Special Award, for her services to British Broadcasting. Prior to launching Quay Street Productions in 2021, Shindler founded RED Production Company in 1998, where she was chief executive for over twenty years, and she also previously served as chief executive and chief creative officer at StudioCanal UK.

Andy Serkis
Founder
The Imaginarium
Serkis is an award-winning actor who has earned acclaim from both critics and audiences for his work, notably as Gollum in the Academy Award-winning The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Serkis gained legions of fans around the globe for his performance and won an Empire Award and several Outstanding Ensemble Cast Awards. He also starred as Kong in the epic retelling of King Kong, taking performance capture to another level. In 2020, Serkis was honoured by BAFTA with one the organisation’s highest honour, the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award. In 2011, Serkis cofounded The Imaginarium – a performance capture studio and production company. Under this, Serkis made his directorial debut with the 2017 inspiring biopic Breathe starring Andrew Garfield opposite Claire Foy and in 2018 directed the feature film Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle. His other acting credits include Ulysses Klaue in Black Panther, Supreme Leader Snoke in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and as Alfred Pennyworth in the 2022 The Batman.

Jonathan Cavendish
Founder
The Imaginarium
Cavendish is a prolific producer known for the 2007 Academy Award-winning historical epic Elizabeth: The Golden Age starring Cate Blanchett, and the 2001 global smash hit Bridget Jones’s Diary and its subsequent sequel. Cavendish began his career in advertising where he ran the marketing for the launch of Channel 4 in 1982 and made his producing debut with December Bride in 1991. Following this were many other commercially and critically successful projects including the Irish famine series The Hanging Gale, Emmy-winning Dirty Tricks and multi-Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated Bernard and Doris. In 2011, Cavendish cofounded the production company and performance capture studio The Imaginarium with actor Andy Serkis. He produced its first film Breathe in 2017; a biopic starring Andrew Garfield opposite Claire Foy based on his father’s inspiring struggle with polio. This was directed by Serkis as was Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle which Cavendish produced for The Imaginarium and Netflix. His other projects include The Ritual, Death and Nightingales and Netflix’s No One Gets Out Alive. Recently, Cavendish worked on Marvel’s Venom: Let There Be Carnage which grossed $506M worldwide and his upcoming productions are The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself for The Imaginarium and Netflix due for release later this year and the 2023 Taika Waititi-directed film Next Goal Wins.

Sue Vertue
CEO, company director and executive producer
Hartswood Films
Vertue is CEO, company director and executive producer at Hartswood Films. Sue began her producing career at Tiger Aspect in 1991 and thus followed multi award winning shows like Mr Bean, The Vicar of Dibley and Gimme Gimme Gimme. In 1998 she moved to Hartswood and continued to produce incredibly successful comedies and dramas, including four series of the hugely popular Coupling.
She is the series producer on the worldwide smash hit, Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, which has not only won numerous awards, including Emmys, but has been on many top 100 show lists for the 21st Century – Sherlock is cocreated by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. In 2019 she and the creators joined together again and made another hit – Dracula for BBC/Netflix. In 2021-2022 Vertue has been busy as executive producer on three shows – The Time Traveler’s Wife for HBO, Inside Man for BBC/Netflix and The Devil’s Hour for Amazon. She is also a board member for the NFTS and PACT.

Walter Iuzzolino
CEO
Eagle Eye Drama
In November 2019 Iuzzolino joined forces with his fellow Walter Presents cofounders Jo McGrath and Jason Thorp to launch Eagle Eye Drama. The company has grown significantly in the past two and a half years and now has a number of globally successful returnable drama series on its slate. Eagle Eye Drama have also branched into animation with two Christmas specials already under their belt for C4 (Quentin Blake’s Clown and Terry Prachett’s The Abominable Snow Baby.) In addition, Eagle Eye recently won a 6-part BBC commission, Quentin Blake’s Box of Treasures. Iuzzolino is also chief creative officer of The Writers’ Room Publishing, an ideas company he cofounded with Jo McGrath. Iuzzolino is a former commissioning editor at Channel 4 and in 2015 he cofounded Walter Presents, a global streaming service dedicated to showcasing award-winning drama from around the world. Since launching in the UK, Walter Presents has gone from strength to strength, rolling out in several territories including US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Nordics and Walter remains the curator for the service.

Jo McGrath
CCO
Eagle Eye Drama
McGrath is responsible for the Eagle Eye Drama development slate which to date has an extraordinarily high conversion-to-commission hit rate. With thirty years’ experience across all television genres under her belt, she is a hands on executive producer across all series for Eagle Eye. McGrath is also CEO of The Writers’ Room, a publishing ideas company which recently won a 4 book deal with Simon & Schuster. The company has already launched two books, with two more due to be launched next year. A former Channel 4 commissioning head of department for Features and Daytime, head of production for Fox International Europe and head of factual at Tiger Aspect Television, McGrath is a cofounder of the successful global drama service Walter Presents where she oversees the generation of all international marketing assets for the critically acclaimed global streaming service.

Patty Ishimoto
Managing partner
Element 8 Entertainment
Ishimoto has worked as an executive in the television and telecom industries for more than 20 years, primarily focusing on developing and financing international coproductions. Prior to joining Element 8 Entertainment as managing partner she served as general manager of Audience network at DIRECTV. There she was responsible for all aspects of network strategy, content development, commissioning and operations for all platforms. She is known for “saving” popular series like Friday Night Lights and Damages and launched the network’s foray into original series with Rogue (Thandie Newton), Full Circle (Kate Walsh) and Kingdom (Nick Jonas). Most recently, Ishimoto has executive produced multiple seasons of Miss Scarlet and the Duke (PBS/Masterpiece, Alibi) as well as Clean Sweep, an Irish thriller drama. She also has multiple projects in development in Belgium, India, Jordan the US and the UK, among them The Bronte Girls with ZDF Studios. Ishimoto is a member of BAFTA – Los Angeles and is a self-proclaimed linguaphile. She speaks French, some Swahili, a bit of Japanese and Serbian and is currently studying Spanish.

Content London is the world’s leading development market and conference. It features three days packed with sessions, screenings and networking opportunities that connect the global content business. Speed meetings return to Content London this year, together with a full three-day Formats & Factual strand alongside Drama, making Content London the number one place to get deals done.

Registered delegates gain access to all Development Marketplace meeting areas, sessions, pitch competitions, complimentary breakfast, lunch and networking cocktail parties. They also join the My Content London digital community to connect with up to 3000 other delegates, and receive C21’s annual Content Trends Report – the most comprehensive analysis of the global content business (worth £1250). Content London delivers the best ROI you’ll make this year. Be part of the story and support this creative, cost-effective event:

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Other confirmed Content London 2022 speakers include:

Channing Dungey
Chairman
Warner Bros Television Group
Pearlena Igbokwe
Chairman
Universal Studio Group
Mike Darnell
President
Warner Bros. Unscripted Television
Cécile Frot-Coutaz
Chief executive officer
Sky Studios
Chris Rice
Co-CEO
Fifth Season (formerly Endeavor Content)
Superna Kalle
President, international networks
Starz
Rob Wade
Chief executive officer
Fox Entertainment
Michael Thorn
President of entertainment
Fox Entertainment
Kate Phillips
Director of unscripted
BBC
Damian Lewis
Executive producer, actor
A Spy Among Friends
Louis Theroux
Chief creative officer
Mindhouse Productions
Beatrice Springborn
President
Universal International Studios and UCP
Toby Gorman
President
Universal Television Alternative Studio
Erin Underhill
President
Universal Television
David Stapf
President
CBS Studios
Jana Winograde
President of entertainment
Showtime Networks Inc.
Kevin Beggs
Chair of the Lionsgate Television Group and chief content integration officer
Lionsgate
Lauren Anderson
Head of AVoD original content and programming
Amazon Studios
Dr. Markus Schäfer
President and CEO
ZDF Studios
Larry Tanz
VP content, EMEA
Netflix
Liam Keelan
SVP original productions, Europe & Africa
The Walt Disney Company
Daisy Lilley
Director, unscripted series, UK
Netflix
Álvaro Díaz
Director, non-fiction series, Spain
Netflix
Dolores Emile
Manager, non-fiction series, France
Netflix
Pauline Dauvin
VP programming, production and acquisitions
The Walt Disney Company, France
Benjamina Mirnik-Voges
VP original production
The Walt Disney Company, Germany
Alessandro Saba
Director original production
The Walt Disney Company, Italy
Scott Herbst
EVP and head of scripted development
Lionsgate Television Group
Tiffany Faigus
SVP, unscripted and alternative entertainment
ABC/Walt Disney TV
Meghan Lyvers
Director of original drama, UK&I
Sky Studios
Nils Hartmann
EVP
Sky Studios Deutschland & Italia
Mary Donahue
SVP, development and programming
The History Channel
Bruna Papandrea
Founder and CEO
Made Up Stories
Mark Linsey
Managing director, scripted
BBC Studios
Cailah Scobie
Chief content officer
Stan
Matt Graham
General manager
AMC Networks' Acorn TV
Susanne Simpson
Executive producer, Masterpiece
WGBH/PBS
Jane Turton
CEO
All3Media
Thomas Dey
Founder and CEO
ACF Investment Bank
Marina Williams
Co-founder and co-CEO
Asacha Media Group
David Davoli
President, international
Anonymous Content
Jane Tranter
Founder and CEO
Bad Wolf
Julie Gardner
Founder Bad Wolf
CEO Bad Wolf America
Henrik Pabst
Chief content officer
Seven.One Entertainment Group
Filippa Wallestam
EVP and chief content officer
Viaplay Group
David Eilenberg
VP and head of Roku Originals
Roku
Rodrigo Mazon
EVP, general manager - SVoD
ViX+ at TelevisaUnivision
Trish Williams
Executive director, scripted content
CBC
Nicola Shindler
Executive producer and CEO
Quay Street Productions
Solange Attwood
EVP
Blue Ant International
Andy Serkis
Founder
The Imaginarium
Jonathan Cavendish
Founder
The Imaginarium
Sally Riley
Head of drama, entertainment and indigenous
ABC
Adrian Padmore
Commissioning editor, unscripted
Channel 5 & Paramount+
Christian Vesper
President, global drama
Fremantle
Carrie Stein
President, global scripted television
Dynamic Television
Marc Helwig
Head of Worldwide TV
Miramax
Quan Phung
SVP of Original Series
Topic Studios
Sharon Hughff
Creative director of scripted television, UK
Entertainment One (eOne)
Poppy Dixon
Director, documentaries and factual
Sky
Mark Garner
EVP, content licensing and business development
A+E Media Group
Diederick Santer
CCO
BritBox International
Dawn Olmstead
CEO
Anonymous Content
Owain Walbyoff
Chief commercial officer
Banijay
Scott Greenberg
CEO
Blockchain Creative Labs, Fox Entertainment
Caroline Hollick
Head of drama
Channel 4
Alexander Cary
Creator and executive producer
A Spy Among Friends
Ben Macintyre
Author
A Spy Among Friends
Anna Maxwell Martin
Actor
A Spy Among Friends
Lauren Stein
EVP, drama development
Sony Pictures Television Studios
Maria Pia Ammirati
Head of drama
Rai
Fabrizio Battocchio
Head of formats and factual entertainment
RTI
Niklas Vestberg
Head of formats and development
TV4
Sue Vertue
CEO, company director and executive producer
Hartswood Films
Walter Iuzzolino
CEO
Eagle Eye Drama
Jo McGrath
CCO
Eagle Eye Drama
Patty Ishimoto
Executive producer and managing partner
Element 8 Entertainment
Kelly Webb-Lamb
Founder and CEO
Mothership Productions
Thorsten Haas
Deputy SVP entertainment, head of development
ZDF
Manuel Alduy
Head of cinema and international development
France Télévisions
Joe Mace
Commissioning editor
ITV
Beth Anderson
GM, FAST channels
BBC Studios Americas
Rodolphe Buet
CEO
Newen Connect
Karni Ziv
Head of drama and comedy
Keshet Broadcasting
Julien Degroote
EVP, content development
TF1 Group
Ana Cueto
Head of research
Atresmedia
Marianne Furevold-Boland
Head of drama
NRK
Jarmo Lampela
Head of drama
YLE
Dr. Simone Emmelius
SVP international fiction, coproduction and acquisition
ZDF
Tim Mutimer
CEO rights
Cineflix Media
Diego del Pozo Rosa
Manager of fiction content
Atresmedia TV
Piodor Gustafsson
Director of scripted content
TV4 Media
Philippa Collie-Cousins
Senior drama commissioner
UKTV
Jon Petrie
Director of comedy
BBC
Geertje Hoek
MD
Talpa Concepts
Arron Fellows
Co-founder and creative director
Mindhouse Productions
Sumi Connock
Creative director of formats
BBC Studios
James Townley
Global head of content development
Banijay
Martha Holmes
Chief creative officer, natural history and science
Plimsoll
Bill Malone
Director of content
Virgin Media Television, Ireland
Jennifer Ebell
SVP, EMEA sales
Fifth Season (Formerly Endeavor Content)
Karl Warner
Head of youth and digital
Channel 4
Dominique Cutts
Director of documentary & factual commissioning
Red Bull Studios
Beatriz Campos
SVP global sales and production financing
Studiocanal
Sened Dhab
VP streaming scripted
France Télévisions
Ari Mark
Co-founder
Ample Entertainment
Gary Woolf
EVP of strategic development
All3Media International
Bea Hegedus
Executive managing director, distribution
Vice Media Group
Paul Heaney
Founder and CEO
BossaNova
Phil Gurin
President/ CEO The Gurin Company
Co-Chair FRAPA
Jan Salling
Head of BBC Studios Nordics - formats and production
Co-chairman of FRAPA
Hayley Babcock
Founder and CEO
Hayley Babcock Media Consulting
Lisette van Diepen
Acquisitions consultant Germany & Benelux
All3Media Germany
Mike Beale
MD, Global Creative Network
ITV Studios
Nick Smith
EVP formats
All3Media International
Danny Cohen
President
Access Entertainment
Jacqui Barcos
Creator/writer
Spitfire Creative
Yule Caise
Writer and co-founder
Behind the Billboards LLC
Simon Howley
CEO
CMAK Films
Amy Jephta
Writer/ director
Nagvlug Films, South Africa
Jess Ruston
Writer
Freelance
Benjamin Hoffman
Showrunner
Empreinte Digitale
Cécile Gérardin
Head of drama
Canal+ International
Joachim Landau
Producer
Empreinte Digitale
Roopak Saluja
Founder & executive chairman
Bang Bang Mediacorp
Kunal Nayyar
Actor/ producer
Good Karma Productions
Nimrod Geva
Head of development
Quizzical Pictures
Serena Cullen
Producer
Iain Glen
Actor
Timo Vierimaa
Producer
Funfar Oy
Francesca Archibugi
Director
Picomedia SRL
Roberto Sessa
Producer
Picomedia SRL
Sophie Deraspe
Writer and director
Pixcom
Nicola Merola
President and executive producer
Pixcom
Sameer Nair
CEO
Applause Entertainment
Sunder Aaron
Partner
Locomotive Global Inc.
Simon Mirren
Co-founder and showrunner
Case Closed Entertainment
Benjamin Anderson
Co-founder
Case Closed Entertainment
Farook Singh
CEO
Tantra Worldwide
Nick Bain
Creator/showrunner
Metacru/Behind the Billboards
Candice Carty-Williams
Writer and author
NneNne Iwuji
Head writer and director
Chudor House Productions
Peres Owino
Writer/director
Nyar Nam Productions
Tom Manwaring
Founding partner
Helion Partners LLP
Timo Argillander
Managing partner
IPR.VC
Hugo Heppell
Senior portfolio manager - Indie Growth Fund
Channel 4
Elly Vervloet
International drama expert
VRT & EBU
Kelsey Balance
SVP, scripted programming
Universal International Studios
Emma Ayech
Channel director
UKTV Drama and Alibi
Alexandre Piel
Deputy head of drama
Arte France
Adam Fratto
Executive producer/ scripted TV consultant
Chaotic Neutral Entertainment
Elisabeth d’Arvieu
EVP
Mediawan Pictures
Lindsey Bender
Agent (scripted TV and film)
Creative Artists Agency
Marianne Bjørn
Format manager
TV 2 Denmark
Kenton Allen
CEO
Big Talk
Angie Stephenson
SVP, scripted development
BBC Studios Los Angeles
Alberto Fernández
Founder and director, Playz
RTVE Digital
Philipp Schild
Managing director
funk/ ARD and ZDF
Charlene McKenna
Actress and EP
Clean Sweep
Larry Bass
Founder/ CEO/ EP
ShinAwiL
Yi Qiao
Director drama
ZDF Studios
Dermot Horan
Director of acquisitions & co-productions
RTÉ
Aurelie de Troyer
Head of content, UK and Canada
Audible
Sam Bryant
Director, original content & head of comedy
Audible
Lydia Shamah
Director of original content, scripted
Audible UK
Claire Broughton
Head of podcasts
Hat Trick Productions
Paul Gilbert
SVP international formats
Paramount Global Content Distribution
Avi Armoza
CEO
Armoza Formats
Paul Cohen
Group commercial director
Hat Trick Productions
Howard Gordon
Executive producer, showrunner
Marlee Matlin
Director
Michael Chiklis
Director, actor
Accused
Tejas Shah
SVP, commercial strategy & analytics
FilmRise
Alon Aranya
Executive producer
Paper Plane Productions
Minna Haapkylä
Head of scripted content
Rabbit Films
Georgia Arnold
Senior vice president, international social responsibility
Paramount
Miura Kite
EVP of global television
Participant
Dimitri Doganis
Chief creative officer and founder
Raw TV
Jodi Flynn
President
The Content Group
Jo Clinton-Davis
Controller of factual
ITV
Stephen Segaller   
VP Programming
The WNET Group
Camilla Cope
Commercial director
Greenbird Media
Ed Havard
Senior vice president, unscripted programming
Universal International Studios
Ivan Kavanagh
Writer, creator
Park Films
AnneMarie Naughton
Executive producer
Ana Habajec
Executive producer
Park Films
Clelia Mountford
Co-founder/ executive producer
Merman
Philip Barantini
Director, writer and producer
Made Up Productions
Hester Ruoff
Actress and producer
Ascendant Fox
Bart Ruspoli
Producer
Ascendant Fox
Lee McMurray
Commissioning editor, factual entertainment
Channel 4
Ellie Heydon
Director for TV & Theatre
Merman
Kate Teckman
Head of factual entertainment development and commissioning
ITV
Joe Fraser
Producer and director
Baby Cow Productions
Clare Laycock
SVP head of content, networks & streaming
Warner Bros Discovery
Cat Lawson
Creative director
Remarkable Entertainment
Cosima Spender
Director
Georg Tschurtschenthaler
Chief creative officer
Gebrueder Beetz Filmproduktion
Gave Lindo
Head of content programming
TikTok, North America
Avril Blondelot
Head of content insight
Glance – Mediametrie
Amit Devani
Director of insights (EMEA)
Parrot Analytics
Richard Broughton
Executive director
Ampere Analysis
Liisa Penttilä-Asikainen
Producer
Kaiho Republic
Jack Davison
EVP
3Vision
Hamish Fergusson
Commissioning editor for documentaries
BBC
Sarah Peat
Executive producer
National Geographic Wild International
Jenn Batty
European head of content acquisitions
Samsung TV Plus
Jessica Schmiedchen
Director of development, unscripted content
CBC
Jono Bergmann
Director & producer
BABKA
Lucy Brodie
European manager programming
Seven Network Australia
Wendy Darke
CEO and founder
True to Nature
Nick Lee
Head of acquisitions and international
Channel 4
Michelle Chappell
MD
Workerbee
Alex Mathias
Death in the Family
Drama Series Script Competition
Jess Edwards
Clitorati
Drama Series Script Competition
Laurence Turnbull
I Am Bird Gurl
Drama Series Script Competition
Russel McLean
Shadowlands
Drama Series Script Competition
Salim Allybokus
Sacrificial Lambs
Drama Series Script Competition
Tobias Hussey
The Truth
Drama Series Script Competition
Nahrein Kemp
Creative diversity partner
ITV
Jaimie D’Cruz
Creative director
Acme TV
Guillaume Pommier
Co-head of distribution
Federation Studios
Rohan Dickson
Writer and executive producer
Polly Scates
Senior acquisitions manager
Channel 4
Michele Zatta
Commissioning editor, international coproductions
Rai Fiction, Italy
Moderator Adam Cunningham
Chief strategy officer
Allied Global Marketing
Moderator Adrian Wootton
CEO
Film London & British Film Commission
Moderator Bernard P Achampong
Founder and creative director
Unedited
Moderator Bo Stehmeier
CEO
Off the Fence
Moderator Christoph Fey
Managing director
Entertainment Master Class
Moderator Chukwudi Iwuji
Actor and founder
Chudor Films
Moderator Dominic Schreiber
Executive producer
Colliderscope
Moderator Emma Cox
Freelance journalist
Moderator Emma Smithwick
Writer and producer
Rockfleet Productions Managing
Moderator Esther Austin
Editor-in-chief
TurningPoint Magazine
Moderator Holly Hines
Co-CEO & founder
Happy Accidents
Moderator Irina Ignatiew-Lemke
MD
All3Media Fiction Deutschland
Moderator J.C. Mills
President and head of content
Cineflix Productions
Moderator Roma Khanna
Executive chair and head of scripted content
HiddenLight Productions
Moderator Steven Adams
Founding partner
Alta Global Media
Moderator Stephen Armstrong
Freelance journalist
  

More speakers will be announced soon.


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