The BAFTA and RTS award-winning producer and co-founder of Antidote productions will oversee winning business and executive producing projects to help expands the producer's slate.

26 JAN 2021

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Tin Roof Media company, Blink Films has appointed BAFTA and RTS Award-winning producer Laura Jones as Executive Producer of Special Projects as the company builds its output for the UK and international broadcasters and streaming platforms. “It’s great to have Laura aboard. She’s already hit the ground running with several projects in development and pre-production including an ambitious series for a global streamer," Justine Kershaw and Dan Chambers, Creative Directors of Blink Films said. "With recent high-profile successes for platforms and broadcasters in the UK and internationally, this feels like the ideal time to expand our team and keep the momentum going.”

In her new role, Jones will be responsible for winning business and executive producing projects as she helps to expand Blink’s factual slate. Before joining the factual indie company, she co-founded Antidote Productions, where she was responsible for originating and executive producing the company’s critically acclaimed content for major broadcasters and networks in the UK and North America. 

During her career Jones has secured commissions and produced for BBC One, BBC Three, Channel Four, National Geographic, Discovery, PBS, and Smithsonian, with credits including “Professor Green: Suicide and Me” on BBC 3/1, “Young, Sikh and Proud” on BBC 1, “What Makes a Woman” on Channel 4, “Mummifying Alan: Egypt’s Last Secret” on Channel 4 and Discovery, and Generation YouTube on National Geographic.

Blink’s recent credits include “Meet The Chimps” on Disney+, “Diana: The Truth Behind The Interview” and “Are Women The Fitter Sex” on Channel 4, Mystic Britain on Smithsonian Channel, “Tom Kerridge Barbecues” on Food Network, “Rose West and Myra Hindley: Their Untold Story” on ITV, “Shut Ins: Britain’s Fattest People” on Channel 4 and “Strangest Things” on Science Channel the US and History Channel UK.