Endor Productions, a Red Arrow Studios company, is known for its award-winning international television. Founded by Hilary Bevan Jones, Endor has a vibrant slate of film and television including: Vienna Blood – two seasons completed for ORF (Austria) and ZDF (Germany) and sold to BBC Two (UK) and PBS (US); Neil Gaiman’s international best-selling novel Anansi Boys for Amazon Studios currently shooting in Scotland; forthcoming film for BBC One (UK), But When We Dance; two seasons of Matthew Parkhill’s Deep State - the first scripted drama series commission from FoxNetworks Group Europe & Africa; gothic drama film Gwen directed by William McGregor and starring Maxine Peake and Eleanor Worthington-Cox; 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.
Prior to joining Red Arrow in June 2018, Carlo was Head of Business and Commercial Affairs for Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Films in the UK for six years, where he executive produced Bafta- and Emmy-winning TV hit Taboo starring Tom Hardy, as well as several features including Nicole Kidman/Colin Firth starrer Before I Go To Sleep, Warner Bros comedy Get Santa, Studiocanal comedy Mindhorn, and Fox Searchlight drama The Aftermath.
From 2002 to 2012, Carlo ran his own integrated film production, financing and consultancy outfit Aria Films; from 2001 to 2002, he was Director of Business Development and Business Affairs for Pinewood-based Random Harvest Pictures; and, from 1999 to 2001, Carlo practised as a film and television lawyer.
Director of Finance and Operations
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.
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.
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’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.
Jez joined Endor in November 2016 working as a Script Executive on series one of Deep State and subsequently co-produced Vienna Blood for Endor with Hilary Bevan Jones.
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.
Hilary Bevan Jones
Founder & Executive Producer at Large
Hilary has produced numerous ground-breaking and award-winning dramas. In 2006, she was made Chairman of BAFTA, 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.
Productions include Matthew Parkhill’s Deep State for Fox NG, Richard Curtis’ multiple Emmy award winning The Girl in the Café, Restless by William Boyd, That Day We Sang written and directed by Victoria Wood, and Roald Dahl’s Esio Trot starring Dustin Hoffman and Dame Judi Dench.
Theatrical films include Richard Curtis’ Pirate Radio and Gwen, a gothic drama film written and directed by William McGregor.
Current productions include Vienna Blood based on Frank Tallis’s novels as adapted by Steve Thompson, and Neil Gaiman’s internationally acclaimed novel Anansi Boys for Amazon Studios.
About Red Arrow Studios
Red Arrow Studios is one of the world’s leading creators and distributors of entertainment content. Red Arrow Studios is comprised of 20 production companies in seven territories, including 10 companies based in the United States; world-leading multi-platform digital network Studio71, based in six countries; and global film and TV distributors Red Arrow Studios International and Gravitas Ventures.
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.
Red Arrow Studios is part of ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE, one of Europe's leading media groups. For more information, please visit: www.redarrow.tv