Alice joins Embankment as Financial Controller.
Alice brings her accounting expertise to manage film and corporate accounting and reporting, both with international 3rd Parties and inter-company. Alice was previously a Client Manager at Clay GBP Ltd for 5 years, particularly focused on the media and entertainment industry, notably clients in the visual arts and internet space. Alice is certified by ACCA.
Libby comes to Embankment having spent 8 years as the VP of Business Affairs at Content where she specialised in multiparty financing and distribution and recently completed its acquisition by Kew Media. Prior to Content, Libby spent 5 years at Odyssey Entertainment heading up the Business and Legal Affairs division.
Starting his career at Richard Hammond’s Chimp Productions, Henry honed his talents at CB Films, evolving into a highly effective and adept Head of Development and Research across both factual and fiction entertainment. With a passion for access-led stories, Henry enjoys casting and building relationships with contributors and talent.
When at Salon Pictures, Henry worked on a broad mandate of elevated factual IP for international broadcasters and commissioners, managing a dynamic and creative unscripted slate.
Hugo’s international marketing skills were honed at Intermedia and Capitol Films. Most recently he was joint MD of Icon UK Group responsible for the acquisition / distribution of some of their most successful titles including Precious, Paranormal Activity, Apocalypto and The Passion of the Christ.
Sophie is Head of Unscripted Production. Sophie is an award nominated producer with over a decade of experience derived from her multi-disciplinary roles in development and production of unscripted IP. Her recent credits include feature documentaries “Call me Kate”, “Charlie Mackesy: The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, the Horse and Me”, “This Is Joan Collins”, “Audrey: More than an Icon”, and Grierson nominated “A Space in Time”.
Head of Production – Unscripted
Clare heads up the Marketing division combined with Sales in specific territories including Spain and Latin America.
Prior to Embankment, Clare worked for independent production and distribution company Studio Soho.
Having graduated from the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield UK, completing a Masters (Merit) in Film Marketing, Sales and Distribution, Clare gained early experience in as well as festival programming marketing and festival planning with Picturehouse Entertainment, Charades and Capelight Pictures
Clare in is also fluent in French and conversationally fluent in Spanish.
International Sales and Marketing Executive
Tim has arranged financing and sold over 150 new feature films and managed amalgamated libraries of over 800 titles. His keen and experienced eye for targeted audiences, and track record for consistently converting IP through to production and global distribution, is reflected in Embankments delivery to the market; highlights include Academy Award Winner The Father, Purple Hearts, Military Wives, McQueen, Le Week-End and Academy Nominated The Wife. His diverse range of quality films is extensive, including 7 Woody Allen films, Shame, Le Weekend, Quartet, Seven Psychopaths, The Wedding Planner, The Quiet American, Sliding Doors, Resident Evil and Academy Award winners, Iris, The Piano, Driving Miss Daisy and Dances with Wolves.
Kevin Loader is one of the UK’s most experienced film and television producers. After a career in arts programmes and drama at BBC Television, he started making feature films over twenty years ago. Through Free Range Films he has produced over ten of the late Roger Michell’s films, from The Mother to the recent documentary about the Queen, Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts.
Loader has also produced films with many other A list directors, including Nicholas Hytner, Armando Iannucci, Andrea Arnold, Sam Taylor-Johnson, Julian Jarrold, Alex Iglesias, Mike Barker and Sir Richard Eyre.
His forthcoming work includes Hettie Macdonald’s The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, Richard Eyre’s Allelujah and the second season of Armando Iannucci’s Avenue 5.
Producer & Partner
25 years’ experience of working in television. BBC trained and worked for the world’s biggest broadcasters. For 15 years he ran his own successful production company, CB Films. Television series that he has created include I Shouldn’t Be Alive, Living with Tribes, Savile Row, and I Cloned My Pet. Malcolm has produced and directed shows at blue-chip companies including Darlow Smithson, Blakeway and Cicada Films. He worked at Horizon the year it won the RTS award. On a personal note, Malcolm is a swimming Paralympics’ Champion, World Record Holder and multiple Gold Medallist (400m freestyle and multiple Australian record holder).
Paulina joined Embankment in 2017 through the Film Distributors' Association Trainee Scheme. As Sales and Marketing Manager, Paulina currently specialises in Eastern European and SE Asian Sales and international sales marketing, as well as multi-tasking between all departments. Previously she has worked on several film festivals, including the launch of the Doc'n Roll Film Festival.
Prior to entering the film industry, she was a product manager and retail team-leader at Hamleys, one of the finest toy retailers in the world. Paulina is also fluent in Russian.
Licensing & Marketing Manager
Nick Taussig is one of the UK’s leading documentary producers, his credits including BAFTA-winning ``Killing Escobar”, BAFTA-nominated “McQueen”, Grierson-nominated “A Space in Time”, “Audrey” and “Call Me Kate”, among many others. He has also produced feature films, including “Churchill” (starring Brian Cox), “Stardust” (starring Johnny Flynn) and auteur Andrew Kotting’s ``Lek & The Dogs”. Prior to Embankment he founded and ran Salon Pictures for 10 years, working with all the world’s leading platforms including Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Universal, Sky, Discovery, BBC and ITV.