All3Media has acquired Two Brothers Pictures, the indie run by writers and producers Harry and Jack Williams. 

Established in early 2014 by the Williams brothers, and joined in 2016 by Chief Operating Officer Claire Evans, Two Brothers Pictures has quickly built a reputation for its drama and comedy output.

As producers they took Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag from the Edinburgh Fringe to the BBC.

The Williams brothers also wrote and co-produced both series of The Missing, produced by New Pictures in association with Two Brothers for BBC One and Starz. The series has sold to nearly 200 territories.

Two Brothers are also working on a number of new commissions including Liar, a six part thriller for ITV, starring  Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd; Rellik a time-jumping murder mystery co-production with New Pictures for BBC One; and Hong Kong based conspiracy thriller, White Dragon for ITV as well as a one-off TV comedy short When Cary Grant Introduced Timothy Leary to LSD for Sky Arts’ ‘Playhouse Presents’ series. In addition they co-produced the four part thriller One Of Us for the BBC in 2016.

All3Media International will be the distribution partner for Two Brothers Pictures.

Jane Turton, All3Media Chief Executive Officer said: “It’s very exciting welcoming Two Brothers to All3Media.  The variety, quality and popularity of the series on their slate is exceptional and I look forward to working with Jack, Harry and Claire as they grow the business and launch new titles around the world.”

Two Brothers Pictures Joint Managing Directors Harry and Jack Williams added: “Two Brothers was set up to work with other likeminded creatives as well as to be an outlet for our own work. In All3Media we have found a parent company that  understands the needs of writers and producers but also has the business acumen and international sales expertise to take our work to the widest possible audience. The senior management team at All3Media completely understand what we are trying to do and we’re delighted to be working with them.”

Staff Reporter

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