Joint Managing Director
Kindle Entertainment is a multi award-winning independent production company set up by co-company directors, Anne Brogan and Melanie Stokes in 2007.
Kindle Entertainment’s excellent editorial team spans some of the most experienced producers in the UK to some of the newest, most innovative voices of tomorrow. Kindle Entertainment has produced award-winning drama series for the BBC and Sky One, returning comedy series for international broadcasters and has a portfolio of family films in development with the BFI.
Kindle Entertainment’s productions have been recognised by the International Emmy Awards, BAFTA, the Royal Television Society, the BANFF World Media Festival and the Shanghai TV Festival, amongst others.
Collaborating with many of the most exciting, original creatives in the UK, Kindle Entertainment finds the best ideas and marries them with the best people to create stand-out, thought provoking drama.
The story always comes first with Kindle Entertainment.
Stories to blow your mind, take your breath away, move you, delight you, and excite you.
“Unfailingly charming comedy… and that helps to make it a show that families can enjoy together.”The Daily Mail
‘Dustbin Baby’ wins an International Emmy Award
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Matt Bloom, Director and Anne Brogan, Executive Producer, at The International Emmys in Cannes. Pictured below, Bloom outside the Palais des Festivals after receiving nominee medal for Hank Zipzer.
We are pleased to announce that Dixi:3 Game of Dixi will air Mondays – Thursdays from Mon 16th Jan at 1730 on CBBC and will be repeated the next mornings Tuesdays – Fridays from Tuesday 17th Jan at 0825 on CBBC We hope you will be tuning in, as we definitely will be!
Bryan Elsley’s (Skins, Dates) Kiss Me First, an innovative, state-of-the-art thriller and co-production from Kindle Entertainment and Balloon Entertainment for E4 and Netflix has begun filming with a cast of rising stars. Tallulah Haddon (The Living and The Dead) will play the central role of Leila, a lonely, reserved 19-year-old who becomes addicted to a […]
“Drama that doesn’t talk down to its audience or short change older viewers on the lookout for an involving story”Time Out