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  • The Production 100
    Televisual's exclusive survey of the independent television sector, revealing the top producers as well as key industry trends
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    The art of TV and film restoration
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Production 100, 2016 Back to Reports & survey Listing

41=
Mentorn
(Tinopolis) ceo Johnathan Hewes  creative director Mark Roberts turnover £14m key shows The Big Questions (BBC1), Question Time (BBC1), Traffic Cops (BBC1), Jihadis Next Door (C4), Churchill’s Secret (ITV), Animals Make You Laugh Out Loud (C5)

Mentorn is best known as the producer of BBC1 flagship Question Time, which has been buoyed by the political upheaval of the past 12 months. Mentorn has also brought on young filmmaking talent, like Jamie Roberts who made C4’s well received documentary Jihadis Next Door. Lighter-hearted fare includes Channel 5’s Animals Make You Laugh Out Loud.

41=
New Pictures
(All3Media)
ceo Charlie Pattinson coo Richard Nelson executives Willow Grylls, Elaine Pyke turnover £14m hrs 10.5 key shows Indian Summers (C4)

Company Pictures founder Charlie Pattinson was one the team who set up New Pictures in 2013. The drama indie was sold to All3Media in January in a deal reported to be worth £40m. C4 cancelled New Pictures’ Raj-era drama Indian Summers after two seasons. But two new thriller series, thriller Rellik and supernatural drama Requiem, have been commissioned by BBC1.

41=
Firecracker
(Tinopolis)
cco Jes Wilkins creative director Jeremy Groman director of production Naomi Carter
turnover £14m hrs 18
key shows Born in the Wrong Body (C4), My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding (TLC)

44
Input Media
exec chairman David Wood md Neil Oughton deputy md Mark Hands-Heart turnover £13.5m hrs 2650 key shows Chelsea TV, Bowls (BBC), Roland Garros (ITV), BDO Darts (UKTV)

45
Sid Gentle Films
ceo Sally Woodward Gentle
md Lee Morris
turnover £12.8m hrs 8.5
key shows The Durrells (ITV), Neil Gaiman’s Likely Stories (Sky Arts)

46=
IWC Media
(Banijay UK)
md Hamish Barbour
turnover £12m hrs 75
key shows Location, Location, Location (C4), Wild Things (Sky1)

46=
Nutopia
ceo Jane Root md Carl Griffin coo Helena Tait turnover £12m hrs 27 key shows How We Got to Now (BBC2), The Jesus Code (Discovery), The 2000s (Nat Geo)

48
Hartswood Films
exec producer Beryl Vertue producers Sue Vertue, Elaine Cameron director of ops Debbie Vertue turnover £11.85m hrs 3 key shows Sherlock (BBC1), Lady Chatterley’s Lover (BBC1)

49
Optomen
(All3Media) ceos Nick Hornby, Tina Flintoff coo Greg Allon turnover £11.8m hrs 38 key shows Great British Menu (BBC2), Mary Portas Secret Shopper (C4), Matilda & the Ramsay Bunch (CBBC)

50
Dragonfly
(Endemol Shine Group) head of prod Yvonne Bainton head of specialist factual Edwina Silver turnover £11m hrs 45 key shows One Born Every Minute (C4), The Hedgehog Hotel (C4)





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