Keo films has appointed Michelle Feuerlicht as Head of Digital and Kari Lia as Executive Producer to further develop the company’s portfolio.
Michelle is a multi-award winning digital executive with experience of working with a broad range of broadcasters, brands, publishers and organisations to create innovative and immersive experiences across web, mobile and television.
Previously the Executive Producer for Digital at Somethin’ Else, Michelle is responsible for a raft of award-winning productions including The Dumping Ground: You’re the Boss (CBBC), Footballers United (BBC) and Silverpoint, an immersive live and digital experience with Punchdrunk. Prior to Somethin’ Else Michelle was the interactive producer at Lion Television, working in both their London and NYC offices to create digital content and games for brand that included Horrible Histories(CBBC), Britain from Above (BBC), History Detectives (PBS) and America Revealed (PBS).
Kari joins the company as an Executive Producer working across Keo’s programme portfolio. Her career has taken her all over the world, making films and interviewing everyone from gangsters in El Salvador and U.S. Senators to Stevie Wonder and the Head of the Cuban CIA. For the past eight years Kari has helped build the hugely successful indie Plum Pictures where she was responsible for much of the company’s most critically acclaimed output. Kari’s credits include some of the highest rating documentaries of the last few years including, Rookies (ITV), Billionaire’s Paradise: Inside Necker Island (BBC Two), Hugh Laurie: Copper Bottom Blues (ITV), Luxury By Royal Appointment: Inside Asprey (ITV) and 638 Ways to Kill Castro (Channel 4).
Debbie Manners said of the appointments, “We are thrilled to have Michelle and Kari on board to help move the company move forward across all platforms. Their experience and knowledge is invaluable to the continued production of high profile content.”
Michelle said of joining Keo, “It is a joy to be working in such a creative and dynamic environment. I am greatly looking forward to bringing a raft of new programming to fruition.”
Kari added, “I am very excited to be joining KEO. I have admired their films for many years and look forward to developing and producing new projects with them in the future.”
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29 July 11 2016