Filmarket Hub
Aug 28, 2019 · 3 min read

The 2nd London TV Pitchbox launched its call for projects last July for what will be Filmarket Hub’s second event in the British capital, dedicated to British series in development.

We are delighted to announce the seven chosen projects who will pitch at the live event in front of leading TV executives from the UK industry.

The event will be hosted on the 20th of September at the Century Club, in partnership with the Raindance Film Festival.

All of them are available on our online marketplace at Filmarket Hub.

Created and written by Tom Ward-Thomas (Artistes Collective)
Created and written by Steve McCarten (Liz Mercado Associates NYC) and Paul Draper
Directed by Steve McCarten
Produced by Steve McCarten (Kinetic Films)
Created and written by Tom Kerevan (Collective Talent)
Produced by Cannibal Films
Created and written by Joseph Warley
Created by Matthew Mills
Written by Matthew Mills, Tom Ruddock and Matthew Colthart
Directed by Tom Ruddock and Adam Thompson
Produced by Shelley Ruddock (View 35 Films)
Created and written by Matt Carter and Charlotte Hugh
Directed by Matt Carter
Produced by Matt Carter (Jellygun)
Created and written by Ian Masters and Jon Smith (Sheil Land Associates)

Following the same format as other Filmarket Hub Pitchbox events, representatives from the selected projects will have seven minutes each to pitch to the attending companies.

Our special guest speaker, screenwriter Peter Harness, will open with a case study based on his experience writing on top shows such as ‘ Doctor Who’, ‘McMafia’, ‘Wallander’ and the upcoming BBC mini-series ‘The War of the Worlds’.

The 1st London TV Pitchbox included an engaging case study on ‘Peaky Blinders’ by Executive Producer Jamie Glazebrook. In attendance were TV executives from companies such as Entertainment One, Ingenious, Lionsgate, Salon Pictures, Sky, The Fyzz, UKTV, and Virgin Media. TV executives from AMP International, Euston Films, Evolutionary Films, Ingenious, NBCUniversal, Rocliffe Productions, Ruby Rock, Salon Pictures⁠, Wild Bunch TV, Working Title Television and World Productions have confirmed their attendance for this year.

After the pitching session, there will be a networking lunch where projects representatives and companies’ executives will be able to share their feedback.

1st London TV Pitchbox’s networking

Remember that these projects, as well as the other submitted projects, are now available on our online market, here.


London TV Pitchbox also gives 10 special mentions to other projects, you can see them here.

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