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Alison SharmanITV Director of Factual Programmes
Buffalo Pictures is currently in post-production for ‘Islands of the Pacific – Series 2.’
Buffalo Pictures currently has a variety of projects in development which include:
‘BIBA’: A six-part drama series that explores the extraordinary life of Barbara Hulanicki, the fashion designer behind BIBA, which took London by storm in the 60’s and 70’s, and who helped create high street fashion as we know it today. Buffalo Pictures has bought the rights to “From A to BIBA” which the series will be based on. Written by Andrea Gibb.
‘Lone Ranger’: A six-part comedy drama set in idyllic Exmoor, that follows the life of animal-loving Exmoor National Park Ranger, Tess, and what happens when she finds out a secret, which leads her to examine things about herself and her life that she had never questioned before. Written by Graham Mitchell.
‘Out There’: From the creative team behind Manhunt, a tense thriller series, focusing on a Welsh farmer, and just how far he will go to protect his land and his family.
Please note we do not accept any unsolicited scripts or ideas via post, fax, email and or other. We will only accept material received via an agent. Please do not send them, as they will be discarded without being read.
Our Carbon Foot Print
Buffalo Pictures Ltd is pleased to be associated with ALBERT – the home of environmental sustainability for film + TV. Having just filmed our 10th season of Doc Martin, including a Christmas Special, we have done our upmost to keep our carbon foot print as low as possible. From our reusable water bottles to biodegradable snow, recycling programmes and supporting local businesses. We are passionate about keeping our productions as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible.
Eco-Friendly Make up Department
Doc Martin’s Hair & Make up Designer on Series 10, Alice Hopkins has launched her own brand of non-toxic, vegan skincare. Her brand Õrn Kuu is ethically sourced and cruelty free. Her plastic free packaging is biodegradable with the main aim of striving for sustainable solutions.
For more information please visit her website: www.ornkuu.com