If that ad and the programme doesn’t shock people I don’t know what will. I still feel bad about the nappies I used 10 years ago, let alone wet wipes, but I never flushed them... https://t.co/6jhL4Sk3CW
“Comedy without drama is a decapitated one liner”. How true that is! Thank you @rickygervais #VarietyTVEurope
#VARIETYTVEUROPE ⁦@rickygervais⁩ Fascinating discussion. Realistic and uncompromising and honest - characters people know resonate with audiences. https://t.co/Ys6M0gwdMN
#Varietyeurope Looking forward to hearing fascinating insights into the tv content world. #europeantvsummit. https://t.co/5pHtBcJbNR
10 minutes in and a dose of Meryl Streep bitching at Reese Witherspoon and already happy the girls are back! Can’t wait for the whole series. #bigLittleLies2
#WarOnPlastic am so shocked by the stuff I know and the stuff I didn’t. I’ve already switched to reusable bottles, and think I’m doing a good job recycling, but that plastic mountain in Malaysia was sickening. And how loose produce costs more than wrapped is a shocker!
Thanks to the bravery of the allied forces in WW2 we remain free to argue about Brexit. And remind ourselves what the point of the EU is. Let us never forget what we owe, and to the resilience of people everywhere in the face of oppression. #DDay75 #Peace
#UCLfinal. Not pretty but well done Liverpool. They won’t be walking alone tonight!
GEMM gender equality and diversity media management fund launch. Not before time!!!#productionequality #Diversity #GEMM https://t.co/4gOj5T5tzY

  • babel
  • American Beauty
  • The Constant Gardener
  • The Bourne Identity
  • Gladiator
  • Mission Impossible III
  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
  • Shakespeare in Love
  • Shrek
  • Transformers
  • billy elliot cinema quad movie poster
  • We Are Many
  • Angus Thongs and Perfect Snogging
  • Curse of the Were Rabbit
  • How to Train Your Dragon
  • Made in Dagenham
  • Shaun of the Dead
  • Star Trek
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I will work with you to put your film or project in front of an audience.  Whether you are in development, pre- or post-production, whether you still need finance, a sales agent, or a distributor or you don’t even really understand what that means.  You need to understand the implications of every move, and know where and how to reach your audience effectively every step of the way, whether they are financiers or the end public.

Because I believe that there are very simple processes that can be followed and that by working together we can build a strategy and a campaign to ensure your film will appeal to the right audience, at the right time.


Being involved in the entertainment industry was always a dream, ever since I was a kid, pretending to be the hero of my favourite films and TV shows at home. I knew that I wanted to be part of that magical place where you could immerse yourself in dreams and fantasy. After many years being lucky enough to work in distribution, my love of the cinema experience led me to found ‘Iheartcinema’. But I actively embrace the small screen – cinema to me is about the quality of the content, wherever it is shown. Fantastic content, be it film or short form series, can be appreciated in many different ways.

Before working in the industry, I never really questioned how I learned about the films I wanted to see , how I listened to friends, read magazines that told me about them, how I heard stuff on the radio or saw ads on TV (it was before internet – I know, really!). The answer, of course, is word-of-mouth and marketing. As a punter, I wasn’t really connected to that process, nor understood that there was an army of people called Distributors making sure I was going to be desperate to see the latest hit movie. Now every person with a device is capable of helping to market your movie, and sometimes they don’t even know they’re doing it.

I believe that every film has a voice that needs to be heard, whether in cinemas, through dvd or TV or VOD, on a big screen, or a phone. Sometimes, that voice is loud and clear and is able to shout its existence from the rooftops without too much effort. And sometimes it is struggles to be heard above the cacophony of other voices out there. Maybe its not sure who its trying to shout at. Which is exactly where I come in.

My passion is to help you fulfil your passion – your film is your voice, and I want to hear you shout long, loud and confidently.