Hilary Bevan Jones
Hilary has produced numerous ground-breaking and award winning dramas (Cracker; Red Dwarf; State of Play) and won a primetime Emmy for the acclaimed HBO film The Girl in the Café. In 2006, she was made Chairman of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, the first woman in its then 60-year history to hold this position. She is also Chair of Watersprite, the Cambridge International Student Film Festival.
Through her company Endor Productions she has produced many successful dramas including: Restless, written by William Boyd and starring Hayley Atwell, Rufus Sewell and Charlotte Rampling; The Escape Artist, a legal thriller written by David Wolstencroft and starring David Tennant, Toby Kebbell, and Sophie Okonedo; 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 Two; and Roald Dahl’s Esio Trot starring Dustin Hoffman, Dame Judi Dench and James Corden, which had an audience of 6.5 million viewers on BBC One on New Year's Day.
Deep State - the first scripted drama series commission from Fox Networks Group Europe & Africa - was released in April 2018 starring Mark Strong and Joe Dempsie. A second season is in production with Walton Goggins leading the cast, as well as an adaptation of Frank Tallis’ ‘Liebermann Papers’ novel series for ORF & ZDF which Steve Thompson is writing and Robert Dornhelm directs.
Gwen, a gothic drama film directed by William McGregor and starring Maxine Peake and Eleanor Worthington-Cox, was backed by the BFI, Ffilm Cymru Wales and Great Point Media and premiered at TIFF 2018. It is due for theatrical release in the UK in July 2019.
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.
Jez joined Endor in November 2016 working as a Script Executive on Deep State while developing new projects for the company. Jez’s TV career began at BBC Drama, where he script edited shows including Five Days, The 39 Steps and Judge John Deed. From the BBC, Jez moved to Leopard Drama where he was Head of Development and Series Producer on the first two series of the award-winning EVE for CBBC. At Endor, Jez is principally looking to develop series and serials.
Previous to joining Endor, Brian was Deputy Literary Manager at the National Theatre from May 2010 to October 2015. Brian is Chairman of the Alfred Fagon Award, an annual theatre award for the best play from a British playwright of Caribbean or African descent. He’s been a script reader for the BBC Writers Room and Channel 4’s Scriptwriting course, and was script-editor in the writers room for an up-coming six part BBC TV series, which is to be directed by Steve McQueen. He’s worked in theatre literary departments at Paines Plough, the Bush and Hampstead Theatre.
Charlie joined Endor in February of 2017 and worked as our in-house Production Runner on Deep State and Gwen. Having graduated with a degree in Film Studies from Falmouth University in 2015, prior to joining us here he worked in the TFTV department at Curtis Brown and as an Agent Trainee at United Talent Agency in Los Angeles.
Head of Production
In 24 years of working in production Eamon has Line Produced dramas in Morocco, South Africa, Canada, Bulgaria, Mongolia, Ireland, Spain and Germany, as well as in the UK. He spent 15 years at the BBC as a Line Producer, and Production Executive. He Line Produced the first series of Deep State for Endor, before joining as Head of Production in July 2018. He has also held Head of Production positions at Imaginarium Studios, Lightworkers Media, and Vertigo Films.
After studying Drama at Goldsmiths College, Sarah began her career working with writers and directors in the TFTV department at talent agency Curtis Brown. She then worked on infrastructure development projects across the country. Sarah joined Endor in the summer of 2018.
About Red Arrow Studios
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The group’s significant output includes scripted, non-scripted and formatted content and IP, from TV and film to short-form and branded content, made for an array of global networks and platforms.
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