Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith


Sarah has acted as Production Manager and HOP on over thirty documentaries and series for television. Her producing skills are highly regarded throughout the industry having managed programming for broadcasters BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Discovery Networks as well as numerous independent production companies. Sarah established Naked Talent Productions in 2005 under which she produced and directed the feature length documentary ONE NATION UNDER A GROOVE. The company also produced The Spirit Of London Awards in 2009/10 and ‘Showtime’ series for Channel U. In addition to her television work, Sarah production managed RIOT ON REDCHURCH STREET, a British feature released independently in 2013

    Ant Allin

    Ant Allin


    Ant brings over ten years of film and television postproduction and distribution experience to the team. He has worked with many leading industry giants including Universal Pictures, Sony, MGM, Disney BBC, ITV and Channel 4, during this time building a strong network of relationships and contacts. For the last ten years Ant has successfully run his own media company specialising in project management, strategy and finance for the business.

      Timeworks Films produces premium television and features for the international marketplace. Headed up by seasoned broadcast and film professionals, Timeworks Films launches with a slate of documentaries, and factual entertainment series, partnering with some of the most exciting Scriptwriters and Directors in the UK.

      Our enviable advisory team of senior industry professionals include legal services from Sheridans and accounting from Nyman Libson Paul, offering guidance and support to our core team.

      Company Directors Production credits include:

      Production Manager credits

      ‘The Hairdresser’ – UKTV, Hawkeye Productions – series of fly on the wall programmes on hairdresser, Lee Stafford

      ‘The Devils Footsteps’ – BBC3, Insight News TV – documentary on impact of civil war in Africa

      ‘Living With Hunger’ – CH4, Insight News TV – Observational documentary following Sorious Samura living in Ethiopia for 40 days and nights to highlight famin

      ‘The First Black Britons’ – BBC Education, Sweet Patootee Ltd – bafta winning documentary telling story of first black regiment in British Army

      ‘Carlos Acosta, A Cuban Tale’ – Imagine BBC1, Horsepower Productions – Alan Yentob authored film on Cuban ballet star, Carlos Acosta

      ‘Desirability’ – BBC3, BBC Disability Unit – series of four observational documentaries on sex industry workers who were also disabled

      ‘A Passion For Pre-Raphaelites’ – ITV – Andrew Lloyd Webber authored film about his love of this art form

      ‘From bedroom to boardroom’ – CH4, Lemonade Money – Eight part series of observational documentaries about Jamal Edwards and his SBTV crew

      ‘Riot on Redchurch Street’ – SquareI Media – British feature film focusing on tensions in London’s East End

      Head of Production credits

      ‘KZ’ –Rex Entertainment Ltd – Feature length observational documentary looking at why people visit and work at a concentration camp released cinematically

      ‘Sing For Your Life’ – CH4, Exclusive TV – Observational documentary following a choir of Cancer sufferers who perform at the Royal Albert Hall

      ‘Stacey Solomon, Teenage Mums, Depression and Me’ – BBC3, Exclusive TV – Authored film from Stacey Solomon about post natal depression

      Associate Producer credits

      ‘Damilolas Friends’ – BBC1, October Films – Associate Producer on this documentary which found all of the young people who were with Damilola Taylor when he was killed and followed them up ten years later

      Producer/Director credits

      Showtime’ – Channel U, Naked Talent Productions – 8 x 30″ music magazine series fronted by Ras Kwame

      ‘Hustlas Ambition’ – Just Fabulous TV – 90 minute doc featuring US and UK artists including Dre, TI, Busta Rhymes and Sway who took the independent route to break into the music industry

      ‘One Nation Under A Groove’ (release 2014) – Documentary shot over six years at the Southport Weekender festival featuring live performances and interviews with among others Sounds Of Blackness, Gwen McRae, Craig David, Louie Vega, Frankie Knuckles, Angie Stone and Trevor Nelson.

      ‘The Spirit of London Awards’ (2009,2010) – Community Channel/SBTV

      ‘The National Diversity Awards’ – Community Channel

      ‘Return Of The Prince’ – (release 2014) – observational documentary following Mark Prince as he goes back to professional boxing at 44 to highlight his charity and regain a title

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