EXCLUSIVE: A Spanish production service company with credits including The crown, the night manager and Island of love entered the original dramatic play.
Palma Pictures, which has served over 25 feature films / TV series and 2,000 commercials over the past three decades, will open Palma Pictures Studios in London with immediate effect.
Studios open with a number of shows in development, including a TV adaptation of the West End comedy show Rope against Spitta written by Ghosts star Kiell Smith-Bynoe, a mini-series, Love Jacques, inspired by the secret love story between Gunilla Von Post and John F. Kennedy and a Palma-based TV show based on the novels of the best-selling Swedish writer Mons Kallentoft.
Executives Trent Walton and Mike Day will oversee the day-to-day operation of the scripted hub, “drawing on our Scandinavian, Spanish and British roots, to combine the work of international authors and writers to tell nuanced local stories with reach. global, “according to Walton.
Palma, which was founded in 1993 by Ola Holmgren and his wife Grete, has provided production services to a host of big budget dramas in recent times, including BBC1 Mallorca files and We and that of Amazon Hanna. It employs 45 people from over 10 different countries and operates the Mediterranean Production Center, a specially constructed studio complex.