Who we are
We aim to make the most daring, entertaining and outstanding TV possible. We’re a real indie – not owned by a bigger group or private money. We can move fast and put every penny on screen. We’re small enough to care and big enough to cope.
Dance Passion, for BBC4 in May 2023, showcasing diverse dance in iconic locations all over Liverpool.
Statues Redressed, winner of Broadcast Best Content Partnership 2022, for Sky Arts in 2021.
Marina Abramovic Takes Over TV, for Sky Arts in 2021, was BAFTA nominated for Best Filming, Broadcast nominated Best Original Programme and won a special commendation from Prix Italia.
Craftivism – Making a Difference with Jenny Eclair, for BBC4 in 2021.
The Sarah Maple Show in 2020, sitcom meets video art for Sky Arts, was nominated for the Aesthetica Art Prize.
Get Creative, in the lockdown of Spring 2020 for the BBC, with Antony Gormley, Cynthia Erivo, Jools Holland, Shazia Mirza, Es Devlin, Paul Smith, Simon Callow and Rana Begum. It was nominated for the Prix Italia.
Other recent programmes include Final Say – ‘moving, candid and striking’ (The Observer) – Sky Arts 2019; a drama doc with Maxine Peake The Last Testament of Lillian Bilocca for BBC4 and You Asked, Art Answered for BBC and Google in 2020.
Our biggest commission is the 80 episode series Brilliant Ideas for Bloomberg TV – the biggest arts series ever made.
We make content for non-broadcast clients, including 100 museums and galleries around the UK. In 2023, clients include Culture Liverpool/Eurovision, RIBA, Art Fund, ART UK and the Coram Foundation.
We’re always developing new ideas – from one-off films and live events to formats and factual entertainment. We love working with other people, organisations, indies and anyone with a great idea.
So if that’s you, get in touch.