Kevin Holmes

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Production Manager

London, UK

I am a well-travelled, multi-skilled, likable and highly organised Production Manager with Assistant Producer experience. I have a proven track record of delivering high quality specialist factual documentary and extreme expedition travel series, on-budget and on-time, to multiple broadcasters all over the world.

I have coordinated and managed shoots all over the world including hostile, dangerous and war-torn environments. Experienced in setting up complicated experiments and forensic analysis, coordinating dramatic reconstruction filming in the UK and overseas and keeping track of complicated shoot logistics and adhering to strict health and safety protocol.

I have a proven ability to establish and maintain good relationships with overseas Antiquities Ministries, Military controlled organisations and gaining permission to film at important and difficult to access archaeological sites, including filming of invaluable historical objects and treasures of antiquity.

Education

01 Sept 2008

Diploma: Film & Media Production at Thames Valley University

Experience

6th June 2018

Production Manager / Fiennes: Return to the Nile at Woodcut Media

PROGRAMME LENGTH: 50 minutes

SERIES: 3

GENRE: Factual Entertainment

SECTOR: Broadcast Television

DESCRIPTION:
Fiennes: Return to the Nile follows the explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes and his cousin, the actor Joseph Fiennes, as they journey the length of the River Nile, discovering a culture, an ancient civilisation, and – presumably – a little about each other along the way.

10th Dec 2017

Production Manager / Tut's Treasures: Hidden Secrets at Blink Films

PRODUCTION TITLE: Tut’s Treasures: Hidden Secrets – Death of a Dynasty

COMPANY: Blink Films UK

LINE MANAGER: Simon Onwurah

PROGRAMME LENGTH: 60 minutes

SERIES: 1

GENRE: Documentary

SECTOR: Broadcast Television

DESCRIPTION:
Of all the 5,398 treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamun now being assembled and forensically investigated at the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo, it’s the ones that paint a picture of Tutankhamun’s family that are the most unsettling,

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