Green Door Pictures was founded in 2013 to champion diversity of thought. We work with emerging and established talent to produce content that is innovative, entertaining and thought-provoking whilst appealing to a broad audience. We have a slate of scripted and non-scripted projects across film, television and digital content.
Green Door develops and produces factual content for broadcast, SVoD and digital platforms, while supporting opportunities for new and established talent.
Green Door develops and produces exciting original scripted television and film, in collaboration with emerging and established creative talent.
A selection of our other work including new talent initiatives, music videos and ad campaigns.
Nominations, Awards And Festivals
Screen Nation Awards, London, UK – Winner of Favourite Comedy Production/Performance.
Broadcast Digital Awards, London, UK – Nominated for Best Comedy Programme: ‘In The Long Run’
Broadcast Digital Awards, London, UK – Nominated for Best Short Form Documentary: ‘Romesh: Talking To Comedians’
Grierson Awards, London, UK – Nominated for Best Documentary Short: ’Seventeen’
Hamilton Film Festival, Ontario, Canada – ‘Five By Five’
Underwire Film Festival, London, UK – Nominated for Under 25 Award ‘Seventeen’
Underwire Film Festival, London, UK – Nominated for Editing Award ‘Seventeen’
Urban Mediamakers Film Festival, Atlanta, USA – ‘Five By Five’
BFI Film Festival, London, UK – ‘Shogun’
British Urban Film Festival, London, UK – ‘Five By Five’
Rhode Island International Film Festival, Rhode Island, USA – ‘Five By Five’
Palm Springs International Film Festival, California, USA – ‘Five By Five’
Screen Nation Awards, London, UK – Nominated for The Independent Spirit Film Production ‘Mandela, My Dad and Me’
For administrative reasons we are unable to accept unsolicited submissions and anything which is sent to us will not be read and will be destroyed.
Green Door Pictures advertises freelance roles on The Talent Manager and LinkedIn as well as working with organisations and schemes such as Film London, Creative Access and the MAMA Youth Project, all designed to provide on-the-job training and help undiscovered talent find a way into the industry.