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Anne founded Kindle Entertainment together with Melanie Stokes in 2007. In just over 8 years, Kindle has established a reputation in the market place for fresh, innovative content with a twist of comedy. Recent productions include BAFTA winner ‘Dixi’; BAFTA & International Emmy winner ‘Dustbin Baby’; and ‘Some Dogs Bite’ a film for young adults for BBC3; as well as multi-award winning ‘Leonardo’, a live-action drama set in 15th century Florence. Kindle are currently in production on the third series of comedy hit ‘Hank Zipzer’, based on series of books co-written by Henry Winkler; and also a brand new magical drama, ‘Jamillah and Aladdin’ co-commissioned by CBBC and CBeebies. Kindle Entertainment won their third BAFTA for Independent Production Company of the Year in 2014.
Children's Film - Adapt or Kill?
Following a year of 'Paddington', 'Shaun', and 'Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?' are the options for children's film in the UK still limited?
Our expert panel of content funders, covering the widest of spectrums from specialist bankers and financiers at one end to tax credits and other forms of soft finance on the other, and taking in broadcasters and co-producers along the way, will help our three kids' producers piece together their recipes for success to get their projects greenlit.
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