Hilary Bevan Jones
Hilary Bevan Jones is one of UK's foremost Drama Producers with credits such as Red Dwarf, Cracker, The Secret World of Michael Fry, Butterfly Collectors, May 33rd, To the Ends of the Earth, The Girl in the Cafe, Mary and Martha and the multi-award winning conspiracy thriller State of Play. She also produced The Boat That Rocked, for Working Title Films, a film set in 1966 about pirate radio that was written and directed by Richard Curtis.
Under her company Endor Productions, she has produced successful dramas including: Restless, a two part drama written by William Boyd and starring Hayley Atwell, Rufus Sewell & Charlotte Rampling; The Escape Artist, a three part legal thriller written by David Wolstencroft and starring David Tennant, Toby Kebbell, Ashley Jensen & Sophie Okonedo both being made for BBC One; That Day We Sang written and directed by Victoria Wood, with the accompanying documentary That Musical We Made, both starring Imelda Staunton and Michael Ball for BBC 2; and Roald Dahl’s Esio Trot starring Dustin Hoffman, Dame Judi Dench and James Corden, which had an audience of 6.5 million viewers in the UK on New Year's Day and was acquired by The Weinstein Company. Most recently, Hilary produced the series adaptation Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime starring David Walliams and Jessica Raine.
In 2006 she was made Chairman of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, the first woman to ever hold this position. Hilary also serves as Chairman for Watersprite: The Cambridge International Student Film Festival.
Farhana is a Development Executive at Endor. Prior to joining Endor she produced her first feature film, Bonobo, which premiered at Raindance and Reykjavik Film festivals and was released in 18 cinemas across the country. Farhana has produced a number of award-winning short films including Ouroboros, which stars BAFTA-winner Anamaria Marinca, and On This Island starring Michele Valley and James Norton, and she was Associate Producer on Amit Gupta's Jadoo. She produced Creative England backed short film Truck, alongside Tom Nash in 2015. She was also selected as one of Screen International's Stars of Tomorrow in 2015.
Head of Finance & Commercial Affairs
Ian joined Endor at the end of 2015 as Head of Finance and Commercial Affairs. Ian worked in both the public and private sectors before starting his career in film and television in 2008. Since then he has worked in both the scripted and non-scripted realms, having worked as Financial Controller at both Twenty Twenty Productions (Shed/Warner Brothers TV) and more recently Left Bank Pictures (Sony Pictures Television). Ian has worked across titles such as; First Dates, Garrow’s Law, Worlds Strictest Parents, Gareth Malone’s Choir, Strike Back, Outlander, Wallander, DCI Banks, and The Crown to name but a few. Ian has a breadth of industry experience and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.
Sam made the transition to working in house at Endor in 2012 after working on our two television dramas; Restless and The Escape Artist as Production Co-ordinator. Prior to this she worked in production on various films, commercials and television productions.
Emma graduated with a degree in French and Italian from the University of Bristol in 2015. Before becoming part of the Endor family, she gained valuable work experience with other production companies such as Cowboy Films and on set as a temporary runner. Emma joined us full time in September, and very much hopes to continue with a career in drama.