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  • The Facilities 50
    Jon Creamer launches Televisual's 31st exclusive annual Facilities 50 survey featuring the top post production houses in the UK and 48 pages of analysis of the sector
  • The Commercials 30
    Jon Creamer introduces Televisual’s exclusive Commercial 30 survey, reporting on a year of highs and lows for commercials producers.
  • The Drama Genre Report
    With competition from streamers intensifying, UK broadcasters are exploring new drama strategies. Tim Dams reports
  • Primary Colours
    Five leading movie colourists tell Michael Burns the secrets of their craft, and explain the techniques they use to grade movies like The Danish Girl, Peterloo and Baby Driver
  • Up, up and away!
    Thanks to advances in camera technology, the possibilities of aerial filming are greater than ever before. Pippa Considine reports on some of the year’s standout aerial projects
  • OB: Which Way Now
    The OB industry is embracing major change as it adapts to the worlds of UHD, HDR and IP. Michael Burns reports
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Production 100 2011 Back to Reports & survey Listing

61 Thumbs Up Productions
www.thumbsupproductions.tv md Marty Redman head of development TJ Sherbrooke head of production George Wong staff 6 turnover £3m commissions 3 hrs 30 hrs tx’d 30 key shows Britain’s Next Top Model (Living) School Mum Makeover (Bio) My Big Fat Operation (Bio)

62 Walsh Bros.

www.walshbros.co.uk md John Walsh producer David Walsh staff 7 turnover £2.98m profit £1.7m commissions 6 hrs 23 hrs tx’d 11 key shows ToryBoy (indie doc. feature) Toy Soldiers (BBC) Sofa Surfers (BBC)

63 Coolabi
www.coolabi.com ceo Jeremy Banks director of content Michael Dee head of development and production Zoe Scurfield turnover £2.9m key shows Poppy Cat (Nick Jr), Dead Gorgeous (CBBC/ABC)

64 Hartswood Films
www.hartswoodfilms.co.uk exec producer Beryl Vertue producers Sue Vertue, Elaine Cameron general manager Debbie Vertue staff 7 turnover £2.8m commissions 2 hrs 5.5 hrs tx’d 4.5 key shows Sherlock (BBC1)

65 CicadaBellwether

md Malcolm Neaum head of production Christian Holland staff 6 turnover £2.6m commissions 5 hrs 15.5 key shows Cats From the Clouds (Nat Geo) Immortal Pets (TLC) Great Animal Breakout (Animal Planet)

66 Pacific
www.pacific.uk.com md Rachel Purnell creative director Olivia Ball head of production Carl Green staff 6 turnover £2.55m commissions 3 hrs 20 hrs tx’d 10 key shows Nigella Kitchen (BBC) Baking Made Easy (BBC) Barefoot Contessa (Food Network USA)

67 Blast! Films
www.blastfilms.co.uk company director Edmund Coulthard head of production Claire Bosworth head of factual Alistair Pegg staff 10 turnover £2.5m commissions 15 hrs 32 hrs tx’d 10 key shows Coppers (C4) On the Streets (BBC4) Lennon Naked (BBC4)

68 Quicksilver Media

www.quicksilver.tv md Eamonn Matthews editor Unreported World George Waldrum head of prod Natalie Triebwasser staff 5 turnover £2.4m commissions 9 hrs 17.5 hrs tx’d 14 key shows The Battle for Haiti (C4), Secret Iraq (BBC2), Unreported World (C4)

69 Blue-zoo

www.bluezoo.co.uk head of production Adam Shaw head of development Oli Hyatt head of technology Tom Box staff 12 turnover £2.3m profit £475k commissions 3 hrs 14 key shows Kerwhizz (BBC) Get Squiggling (BBC) Alphablocks (BBC)

70 Kindle

www.kindleentertainment director Anne Brogan director Melanie Stokes staff 5 turnover £2.25m profit £149k commissions 81 hrs 23.5 hrs tx’d 15 key shows Leonardo (BBC) Harry Potter: Behind the Magic (ITV) Some Dogs Bite (BBC) Kindle was the Bafta Kids Production Company of the year in 2010, and is co-producing Sky’s highly antipated drama Treasure Island starring Eddie Izzard. Other highlights of the past year for the company run by Anne Brogan and Melanie Stokes include the 13-part kids drama Leonardo and 52 part commission Dinopaws. Despite these achievements, Kindle says the business climate has “never been tougher. Licence fees are being squeezed and the work of securing funding from other sources becomes increasingly onerous.” Some 84% of Kindle’s revenues come from TV production, with 7% from rights and 9% from new media. Other commissions this year include a third series of CBeebies’ Big & Small.

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