Alan moloney - managing director
Dublin born Alan Moloney is a film and television producer. He established the award-winning Parallel Film Productions in Dublin in 1993. The company is now a market leader in feature film and television drama.
His productions have received multiple nominations and awards including for the Academy Awards, the Golden Globes, The Peabody Awards, The British Independent Film Awards, US National Board of Review, US Critics’ awards, the BAFTA’s, the Royal Television society, Shanghai Film festival, BritishIndependent Film Awards, the Celtic Film festival and IFTA’s.
His productions have screened in all of the major lm festivals including New York, London, Toronto, The American Film Institute in Los Angeles, Cannes, Venice and Sundance amongst many others. He is a member of BAFTA, the European Film Academy and the Irish Film and Television Academy.
Debbie Thornton - Company Director and Executive Producer
Debbie started out her career in live entertainment programming while working for Screentime Shinawil. She subsequently worked on both Irish and international factual entertainment formats such as Dragons Den and The Apprentice.
Debbie moved to London in 2010 and worked for Fremantle Media, Optomen, RDF and Monkey Kingdom (an NBC company), on Factual and Factual entertainment programmes for BBC One, BBC Three, ITV and Channel 4.
Debbie has developed a number of original factual entertainment series and since joining Animo TV has Exec Produced productions which include formats, specialist factual and arts documentaries.
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Jean Devlin - Executive Producer
Jean has fifteen years experience in the industry producing programmes and series in a variety of genres. From entertainment series like The Panel, factual entertainment series like Celebrity Bainisteoir & Feargal Quinn’s Retail Therapy to documentary programming like 21st Century Child, Dole Life and We Need to Talk About Porn, Ireland’s Rising and the multi-platform campaign Local Heroes: A Town Fights Back.
In 2016, as part of RTE’s landmark centenary output, she produced 32 one minute films exploring every county in Ireland’s unique connection with 1916. Entitled Every County Has A Story, the series was broadcast on television, online and in cinemas throughout the country.
As executive producer in Animo TV she has developed and overseen documentaries like Will A Robot Steal My Job?, The John Pauls and All Bets Are Off and series like Who Do You Think You Are? and Vogue Williams’s documentary series. She has negotiated with international distributors to ensure that Animo TV’s content can be seen all over the world.
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