Studiocanal has appointed Red Production’s Margaret Conway as Head of Physical Production for Studiocanal TV.

Conway will be based in the UK reporting to recently announced M-K Kennedy, Executive Managing Director TV Series.

Emmanuel Jacquelin, who currently oversees physical production forStudiocanal TV’s French series, will report to Conway effective from July 1st.

TV Series Executive Managing Director M-K Kennedy comments: “The appointment of Margaret Conway to the role of Head of Physical Production for Studiocanal TV marks an important moment in our evolution as a TV studio. We want broadcasters, platforms, and other partners to know that we are officially structuring our studio for growth and for the long term. Starting with Physical Production, we are creating reliable structures and consistency in our approach to execution – regardless of territory – So that our partners will know what to expect when we embark on an ambitious series together. Mags is already a well-respected member of the Studiocanal TV family given her time at Red; together with her extensive TV experience and impeccable reputation in the UK (a robust and sophisticated producing ecosystem) Mags is the right leader to head up this growing team. I’m excited to work more closely with her as we continue to grow the burgeoning Studiocanal TV series business.”

Conway will work across all territories and Studiocanal’s growing network of production companies.

Conway is currently Head of Production for Studiocanal’s Red Production company. Prior to joining Red, Conway worked as a freelance producer on shows such as Danny Brocklehurst’s Brassic, Daragh Carville’s The Bay, Mike Bullen’s Cold Feet and Reggie Yates’ Make Me Famous. Before that Conway was a Line Producer for 13 years, on shows including Houdini and Doyle (ITV), Our Zoo (BBC), Fresh Meat (Channel 4), Raised By Wolves  (Channel 4), Upstairs Downstairs (Bbc), Lark Rise To Candleford And Dalziel And Pascoe.

Margaret Conway began her career as an internal auditor at the BBC before moving into production as a production accountant on Badger (BBC) going on to work for companies including Big Talk Productions, Expectation Entertainment, Objective Productions, Tall Story Pictures and Calamity Films.

Jon Creamer

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