Nicola Shindler, the distinguished British drama producer behind hits together with BBC One’s Happy Valley and Netflix’s The Stranger, has launched her new ITV Studios manufacturing outfit, christening the corporate Quay Street Productions.
Shindler introduced final September that she was leaving Red Production Company after 21 years to enter enterprise with ITV Studios, and at this time marks the revealing of her new enterprise to the trade.
Manchester-based Quay Street will get its identify from the road on which Granada Television was based mostly and the place Shindler spent the early a part of her profession working as a script editor on Robbie Coltrane’s iconic collection Cracker.
Quay Street is but to announce any improvement initiatives, however Shindler is eager to faucet into relationships with writers together with Russell T Davies, Sally Wainwright, and Danny Brocklehurst. ITV Studios will deal with worldwide distribution on her exhibits.
Shindler stated: “I’ve been making tv drama for over 20 years and nonetheless get the identical thrill to inform superb tales with unbelievable characters and work with the very best expertise. Having the chance to begin this new chapter in my profession with Quay Street Productions is a privilege and immensely thrilling. I need to create a pleasant, formidable, and distinctive new firm.”