Creative Access welcome Faber & Faber, Pulse Films, Cutlass and Gate Theatre as media partners
Creative Access are excited to welcome Faber & Faber, Pulse Films, Cutlass and Gate Theatre to our growing network of media partners and we have been delighted to see our interns start with them this September.
Founded in 1929, Faber & Faber is an independent publishing house that has published some of literature’s most famous titles, including William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. Their popular authors include the likes of Richard Ayoade and the Booker Prize longlisted author, Nadeem Aslam.
Founded in 2005, Pulse Films is an award-winning production and talent management company. With offices in London, Paris, New York and Los Angeles, Pulse Films work with some of the world’s leading directors and talent across various platforms including feature films, TV, digital, commercials and music videos. Their notable works include the multi-award winning Nick Cave documentary ’20,000 Days on Earth’, ‘When Bjork met Attenborough’ and Sky1’s ‘Pineapple Dance Studios’.
Cutlass Productions are an award-winning 2D animation studio based in Brighton. They have produced a range of quality TV series for clients including Channel 4, Yahoo and the BBC. Their productions include Business Mouse (Modern Toss/Channel 4), Yes Ma’am (Yahoo / UKTV) and The Adventures of Robin Essex (Modern Toss/Channel 4).
Based in Notting Hill, Gate Theatre is a small theatre company that pride themselves on delivering invigorating productions that inspire audiences. Gate Theatre also has a teaching mission, which is committed to providing emerging artists, local organisations and audiences the opportunity to discover more about theatre by delivering a range of educational workshops. Their upcoming productions include ‘The Christians’, which will also be appearing at this summer’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the award winning production ‘Medea’.