My Grandparents’ War

A new Channel 4 documentary series to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the start of World War Two.   Helena Bonham Carter, Mark Rylance, Kristin Scott Thomas and Carey Mulligan explore their grandparents’ extraordinary wartime stories.   The actors find out exactly what their relatives did during the six years of global conflict. While each  … Continue reading

Great Point announces $100m New York studio co-investment

Exciting news today that Great Point will act as adviser and co-investor on the construction of a major $100 million studio complex in New York. The project announced today, is testament to the increasing need for quality studio space to meet the rising demand for media content globally. Great Point will be announcing further investments in  … Continue reading

Program Buyer

A GP Ventures EIS portfolio company, ProgramBuyer, has hit the news in an article by Joseph O’Halloran of Rapid TV News. In only Six months since its official launch ProgramBuyer has registered over 500 content buyers and numerous distribution businesses to its non-transactional screening platform. The platform is aiming to deliver a cost effective and  … Continue reading

Dark Money

New BBC One four-part drama Dark Money premiered on 8 July, written by Levi David Addai (writer of award-winning 2016 drama Damilola, Our Beloved Boy).  Dark Money follows the life of a 13-year-old boy named Isaac (Max Fincham), who returns home from Hollywood after filming a major blockbuster.  In the opening episode, his parents Sam  … Continue reading

Don’t Forget The Driver

Written and created by acclaimed BAFTA nominated actor Toby Jones (Detectorists, Marvellous, The Girl) and Obie award winning playwright Tim Crouch (An Oak Tree, Beginners, Adler & Gibb) Don’t Forget the Driver stars Toby Jones in a dark comedy set in sunny, seaside Bognor Regis.  It explores what it means to live, work and parent  … Continue reading

White Gold

White Gold returns to our screens at 10pm on 6th March with season 2, led by charismatic salesman Vincent Swan played by Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl), alongside his unscrupulous sales team of Brian Fitzpatrick and Martin Lavender, played by former The Inbetweeners cast members Joe Thomas and James Buckley.

Islands of America

Martin Clunes (Doctor Martin) embarks on an epic journey around the coast of America to discover what life is like on the surrounding islands for a new documentary series for ITV, Islands of America.   Following the successful series on the Islands of Britain and Islands of Australia, Martin has developed a fascination for the unique quality and appeal of  … Continue reading

Brexit: The Uncivil War

A new one-off drama based on first-hand accounts from key players in both the Leave and Remain camps, exploring how the opposing data-driven campaigns were run and the behind-the-scenes decisions that led to Britain’s historic decision to leave the EU. This two-hour film penned by James Graham, the writer of hit politically-themed West End plays  … Continue reading


Acclaimed actor Martin Clunes (Doc Martin, Men Behaving Badly) takes the lead role of DCI Sutton who determinedly and tenaciously pursed serial killer Levi Bellfield.  It is the real life story of how the murder of French National, Amelie Delagrange, on Twickenham Green in August 2004 was eventually linked to the murders of Marsha McDonnell in  … Continue reading

Death and Nightingales

Jamie Dornan (The Fall, Fifty Shades of Grey) reunites with The Fall writer, Allan Cubitt, in Death and Nightingales, currently airing on BBC2 on Wednesdays at 9pm.  Also starring Matthew Rhys (The Americans) and Anna Skelly (Red Rock), this gripping drama with a twisted love triangle at its heart, is based on Eugene McCabe’s book  … Continue reading