Elaine Day Head of Production
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Elaine Day

About me: I am working as a freelance Head of Production and Production Consultant. My most recent work has included part time roles for Keshet Productions UK, Bitachon 360 (part of Greenbird) and Disney (Lincoln Square Productions). Prior to that I was Director of Production for DCD Media, supervising the production output of three production companies: September Films, Rize USA and Prospect Pictures. My work included budgeting and scheduling, recruitment, broadcaster negotiation, company insurance, contracting and ensuring smooth running from development to delivery.

Genre: Childrens, Commercials, Corporate, Current Affairs, Documentary, Drama, Drama Documentary, Factual Entertainment, Feature Films, Light Entertainment, Magazine Programmes, Multi camera Studio, Observational Documentary, Reality

Additional skills: 16mm or 35mm, Archive, File Based Formats, Health And Safety, Negotiating a contract with a broacaster

Willing to be based in: London / South East

Languages: Basic French, Basic German


Credits

Celebrity Showmance

Production company: Keshet Productions UK; On-screen credit: Head of Production; Programme type: Reality; Broadcaster: ITV2.

Celelbrities are paired into unlikely couples and compete on social media to convince their fans it’s not a ‘showmance’


Prince: Last Year of a Legend

Production company: Lincoln Square Productions (part of Walt Disney); On-screen credit: Head of Production; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

60 minute film looking back at Prince’s final year, with interviews and archive , mainly fair dealt.


The World’s Most Famous Train

Production company: Rize USA; On-screen credit: Head of Production; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: C4.

1x60 documentary about the Venice Simplon Orient Express


Got What It Takes?

Production company: Bitachon 360; On-screen credit: Head of Production; Programme type: Childrens; Broadcaster: CBBC.

Four series of this 11x35 min CBBC entertainment series where teens and their mums compete for a place in the end of show sing off and the ultimate prize of a chance to perform at Radio One’s Big Weekend.


Celebrity Squares

Production company: September Films; On-screen credit: Director of Production; Programme type: Light Entertainment, Multi camera Studio; Broadcaster: ITV.

Two series of this studio based comedy panel game, hosted by Warwick Davis. Revival of the CBS Hollywood Squares format, originally produced in the UK in the ’70s with Bob Monkhouse hosting.


Liberty Of London

Production company: Rize USA; On-screen credit: Director of Production; Programme type: Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

Two series of 4x60 min films following the staff and customers of the iconic Regent Street department store .


High School Moms

Production company: Rize USA; On-screen credit: Director of Production; Programme type: Reality; Broadcaster: Discovery.

Series of one hour films following a term in the lives of single mums and staff at a school in Denver, Colorado, leading up to their graduation


Penn & Teller: Fool Us

Production company: September Films; On-screen credit: Director of Production; Programme type: Light Entertainment, Multi camera Studio; Broadcaster: ITV.

The famous Las Vegas duo challenge other magicians to amaze them with a trick which they can’t solve. Hosted by Jonathan Ross.


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