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Vanessa is development coordinator at Lupus Films and works across the studio’s film and TV slate. Lupus Films specialises in high quality family entertainment and adaptations of much-loved works of children’s literature, such as BAFTA-nominated half-hour specials ‘The snowman and the Snowdog’ and ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’, and ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’, which won an International Kids Emmy® Award. The studio produced the award-winning animated feature film ‘Ethel & Ernest’, based on the autobiographical graphic novel by Raymond Briggs. Their latest production, Kensuke’s Kingdom’, is a feature film adaptation of the bestselling children’s novel by Michael Morpurgo.
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