‘Goode Stuff’ prodco Nevision names CEO & creative director

Transatlantic producer and financier Nevision has promoted its producer, Anne Morrison, to become CEO and creative director. Morrison’s remit will be to focus on the future growth and strategic expansion of the company, working with both established and up-and-coming global talent. She remains creative director of factual, having worked on shows such as The Missing Children, a co-production […]

‘Keeping Faith’ financier Nevision hires NBCU, Disney alum for US expansion

UK producer and financier Nevision is expanding into the US with the launch of a new LA- and New York-based arm, Nevision Inc. Former Sprout president Sandy Wax has been appointed as president of the new outfit and Vincent Gabriele has been named COO, while Nevision’s James Cabourne will serve as chairman. Nevision Inc will […]

Deals round-up: Flame snags Attenborough rights; Will & Kate travel with Cineflix; ZDFE preps ‘Our Continents’ for the world

Flame to sell Attenborough’s Life In Colour globally Australia’s Flame Distribution has taken global sales rights outside of the UK to three-part natural history docuseries Life in Colour With David Attenborough. The show, from Humble Bee Films and SeaLight Pictures, uses ground-breaking technology to reveal how animals use colour, with Attenborough travelling to locations including the […]

ITV orders factual special on Irish baby deaths; RTÉ and Topic onboard

UK comcaster ITV has commissioned a documentary about the Irish mother and baby home scandal that has been in the mainstream news headlines in recent weeks. The factual special, with the working title of The Missing Children, is being co-produced by UK indies True Vision and Nevision and Irish pubcaster RTÉ, in association with First […]

Buccaneer & Nevision partner with Framestore on ‘Beetle Boy’ adaptation

UK-based Buccaneer Media has partnered with indie producer and financier Nevision to develop MG Leonard’s Beetle Boy book trilogy as a live action/CGI drama in partnership with Oscar-winning creative studio Framestore (Lovecraft Country). The show is currently in development as a mute-episode series and will be written by Tom MacRae (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie) and will […]

Nevision invests in new Nordic drama prodco Nevis

Top Scandinavian producers Anni Faurbye Fernandez, Moa Westeson and Cindy Hanson have teamed to set up a new Nordic drama prodco, Nevis Productions, with investment from London-based Nevision. The three co-founders are well-known for their production experience on numerous acclaimed high-end dramas and their new joint venture will see offices open in Stockholm and Copenhagen […]

Nevision boards Cinenord drama ‘Atlantic Crossing’

London-based producer Nevision has boarded Cinenord and Beta Films’ big budget WWII political thriller Atlantic Crossing, starring Kyle McLachlan as US president Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR). Currently in production for commissioning broadcaster NRK, the 8 x 60-minute series is set in the US, UK and Norway and focuses on the relationship between Roosevelt and Martha […]

HBO & Sky Arts open book on Rolling Stone

US premium channel HBO and the UK’s Sky Arts have co-commissioned a documentary series about seminal music magazine Rolling Stone. Kew Media Group has distribution rights for Rolling Stone: Stories From the Edge, and will launch the doc at MIPCOM. Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions, in which Kew owns a stake, is producing along with Nevision. […]

Acorn is Keeping Faith with BBC, S4C drama

Acorn Media Enterprises (AME) has become a coproducer on BBC Wales and S4C thriller drama Keeping Faith. France-based distributor About Premium Content (APC) has brokered an agreement to bring Acorn on board for all rights in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. In Wales, the dual-language series will be known as Un Bore Mercher […]

The Barcelona Connection sets up UK-Spanish copro

London-based independent producer Nevision and Barcelona-based Diagonal TV are developing The Barcelona Connection, a new UK-Spain crime-thriller copro. The series will be based on the crime novel of the same name, which is written by former Condé Nast Spain boss Tim Parfitt. It will be shot in English and Spanish. Set in Spain, it will […]