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Former Boundless exec joins Renegade Pictures

Former Boundless executive Hannah Brownhill has joined London-headquartered Renegade Pictures in the newly created role of director of development, effective immediately. In her role at the Warner Bros Television Production UK-owned ...
January 11, 2018

Former Boundless executive Hannah Brownhill has joined London-headquartered Renegade Pictures in the newly created role of director of development, effective immediately.

In her role at the Warner Bros Television Production UK-owned studio, Bronhill will report into Renegade’s CEO & founder Alex Cooke and Harry Lansdown, director of programs.

Brownhill has worked on the production and development of several features and fact-ent brands in the indie sector. She joins Renegade having previously served as head of development at Boundless.

While at Boundless, Brownhill secured such formats as BBC1′s The Week the Landlords Moved In, UKTV-owned W’s Secrets In My Family, BBC2′s An Hour To Save A Life and BBC3′s World’s Toughest Jobs.

Further development and production credits include Channel 4′s Four Rooms, BBC2′s Great British Railway Journeys and Would Like to Meet.

Prior to Boundless, Brownhill worked at Talkback Thames, first as development producer and director and later as head of factual features development.

“I’m delighted that Hannah is joining to help build our slate of factual series and formats,” said Renegade’s Lansdown, in a statement. Her great strength is her intuitive understanding of the world around her, which she then translates into compelling television.”

About The Author
Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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