Animation line producers

Producer Anna Lord chairs a panel on stepping up to be an animation line producer.

Experienced line producers explain how they successfully manage a range of productions, whether that be 2D, 3D or stop-motion, VFX, or series and features.

The panellists share their experience of recruitment, managing crews and heads of departments, financial management and working on co-productions with international teams.

This event is designed for experienced production managers who want to step up into line production. Producer Anna Lord, a past jury member for the British Animation Awards and the BAFTAs, chairs the session.

About the panelists

Adam Jackson-Nocher is responsible for budgeting, scheduling and recruitment across all Lupus Films productions and developments. He has an expert knowledge of the 2D animation process from scripting to post, including worldwide distribution, licensing and merchandise. He was recently line producer on The Tiger Who Came to Tea.

Sarah Broad joined Karrot Entertainment in 2014 as line producer on their BAFTA-winning pre-school animation Sarah & Duck and of the pre-school show Wissper. She currently works for Kelebek Media who are developing the popular children’s book Isadora Moon.

Reanne Goodlitt-Jones works at DNEG as a line producer in the assets and creature department, where she has worked on films such as Wonder Woman 1984 and Christopher Nolan’s Tenet. She previously worked on Mike Leigh’s Peterloo before moving to MPC where she worked on The Lion King.

Angela Poschet is working for Nexus Studios on a dark animated comedy, The House, for Netflix. She is an award-winning line producer, production supervisor, manager and consultant for animation productions in Europe.

About the event

This is a recording of an online event that took place on 16 September 2020. It was supported by the ScreenSkills Animation Skills Fund with contributions from UK animation productions and introduced by Abigail Addison, ScreenSkills animation production liaison executive.