Rosella Canade Line Producer/Production Manager
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Rosella Canade

About me: I have been working in production for over 20 years. I initially worked in TV commercial production and corporates. In 2011 I moved over to broadcast TV and I have worked in that sector ever since. I’m looking for line producer or senior PM roles that I can do working a 4 day week. I predominantly work on factual programmes and documentaries, but I have also worked on reality and studio shows.

13 years experience.

Genre: Commercials, Current Affairs, Documentary, Factual Entertainment, Multi camera Studio, Observational Documentary, Online Content, Reality

Additional skills: 16mm or 35mm, 4K, Archive, Extreme Filming Geographical, Health And Safety

Overseas experience in: Italy, France, Croatia, Slovenia, and setting up f.

Willing to be based in: London / South East

Languages: intermediate French, fairly fluent Italian


Legends of Comedy with Lenny Henry

Production company: Zinc Media/Red Sauce; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Comedy; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

Lenny Henry meets 4 of the nations top comedians, Romesh Ranganathan, Paul Whitehouse, Sally Phillips & Alexei Sayle to discover how the create their funny and which comedians have influenced them. Archive heavy.

Rob & Rylan's Grand Tour

Production company: Zinc Media/Rex TV; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: BBC2.

3 episodes for the BBC. Each episode filmed in a different Italian city. Rob Rinder & Rylan Clark follow in the footsteps of the 17th Century Grand Tourists who visited Italy and immerse themselves in local art & culture.

Dispatches ’What Women Don’t Want’

Production company: Kalel Productions ; On-screen credit: TBC; Programme type: Current Affairs; Broadcaster: Ch4.

An episode exploring the everyday sexual harassment experienced by women. Several elements of the filming were filmed undercover.

Extraordinary Twins

Production company: blink; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: ITV.

Filmed with remote crews in USA, Turkey, India at the height of covid, with access to surgeons at GOSH we follow the stories of conjoined twins and the complex issues surrounding separation. Compliance heavy.

I Am A Stalker

Production company: Transistor Films; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: Netflix/ Crime & Investigation.

A new series based on a similar format by Transistor called "I am a Killer.’ This series looks at the often overlooked complex crime of stalking, Told through the eyes of victims, family, the police, experts and the stalkers themselves who often paint a very different picture of events. Filmed in the US with 3 small production teams on locations covering 8 episodes.

Shut Ins: Britain's Fattest People

Production company: Blink Films; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: Ch4.

A 3 part returning series for Channel 4 looking at the psychological issues that surround obesity as we follow individuals going through the process of bariatric surgery with top surgeons in the UK.

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