A collective with a highly accomplished track record creating high-end scripted TV, global unscripted formats & documentary, film production, financing and distribution.

Sam Parker

partner / managing director

As Managing Director Sam oversees Anyway’s commercial endeavours. One of the founding partners of Metro International Sam has served as an Executive Producer across a number of films. Focused on talent and production partnerships whilst also working as an international sales agent, negotiating and licensing film rights to a variety of distributors in established and emerging markets.


head of development

Kathryn has worked as a freelance script reader, consultant and editor for production companies, studios and funding bodies in the UK, Europe, South Africa, USA and Australia, working on projects such as The Falling, The Long Walk to Freedom and Bulletproof. She was an Assistant at United Agents, a Development Executive at Objective Fiction and Solution 3 and a Development Producer for Company Pictures. She loves the process of creating stories with writers and directors.


head of creative, scripted


development executive

Joining from BBC Three where she was a Content Producer leading on social campaigns such as Drag Race UK, Normal People, Glow Up, Jesy: The Odd One Out and more. In 2020 she won a Broadcast Award for Best Digital Support on Drag Race UK.

Prior to BBC Three she worked at BuzzFeed as a Staff Writer where she fell in love with trying to make online audiences laugh. She recently completed a diploma in Comedy Writing and Producing at the National Film and Television School.


development coordinator

As Development Coordinator, Jim works across Anyway’s diverse slate facilitating the evolution of our projects in a creative, analytic, and commercial capacity. His particular interests lie in the Sports, Comedy, and History genres, amongst others.

Being Irish, raised in Hong Kong, and living in London, Jim is focused on delivering a distinctive range of high-calibre content to a global audience.


chief of staff

This is Annie’s first job in the Film and TV industry having worked extensively in hospitality for NBJ Leisure – owners of Café Boheme and Bar Sol Ona, Inter-Continental Hotels Group and Edible Food Design. She also worked for Parenting Website Gurgle.com before and after its sale to Mothercare Ltd, teenage community Mykindaplace.com later sold to Sky and entertainment business Blink TV.


partner / chair

A leading figure in the international TV industry, James is a former Head of Programming at Sky and CEO at global production and distribution group, Red Arrow Studios. He also has extensive experience in developing new financial models for production and M+A in the global content sector.


partner / creative director

Oliver has been working as one of UK leading film directors for some time, with work ranging from his adaptations of Shakespeare’s Othello and Wilde’s An Ideal Husband and Dorian Gray to St Trinian’s, Johnny English Reborn and Dad’s Army. He’s currently directing the Sky series Funny Girl based on the Nick Hornby novel.