An Eagle Eye Drama Company


Eaglet Films is the sister company of premium drama producer Eagle Eye Drama. Headed up by Creative Director Massimo Fenati and Executive Producer Tess Cuming, the company focuses on animation, children’s and family programming using the wealth of talent based in the UK and across Europe.

Eaglet and Eagle Eye’s projects to date include top-rating Channel 4 Christmas specials ‘Quentin Blake’s Clown’ and ‘Terry Pratchett’s Abominable Snowbaby’ which received a BAFTA nomination for star Julie Walters, and major 6 x 30’ BBC series ‘Quentin Blake’s Box of Treasures’ as well as an ongoing movie development. Eaglet is currently in development with both children’s and adult animation series with major IP involved.  

Meet the team

With years of experience as a children’s book illustrator, graphic novelist and director of animation, Massimo’s strength lies both in a great eye for beautiful visuals and a passion for storytelling.

A former Channel 4 Commissioning Editor, Walter is the eponymous face and curator behind the globally successful Walter Presents drama brand, which champions foreign language drama from around the world. 

A former UKTV Commissioning Editor, Tess has an extensive track record of Executive Producing multimillion pound projects cross-genre including Eagle Eye’s growing slate of animation projects.

A former Channel 4 Commissioning HOD and Head of Production for Fox International Europe, Jo is a co-founder and director of marketing for Walter Presents with an impressive track record of brand creation and development.

Formerly Head of Production at Betty, Isobel has an impressive track record of running a rich slate of multimillion pound projects across a number of genres including scripted, documentaries and factual entertainment.

Formerly Head of Fox International and National Geographic channels, Jason was responsible for bringing seminal shows like The Wire, Dexter and Breaking Bad to the UK. Jason is a co-founder of Walter Presents and CEO of Global Series Network. 


Quentin Blake’s Box of Treasures

Quentin Blake’s Box of Treasures is a unique collection of six animated stories from the world-famous illustrator and master storyteller. An international bestseller for seven decades, 90-year-old Quentin Blake has written or illustrated over 300 books and his memorable works are loved across the world for their unique illustrations and joyful, captivating stories.

Created using traditional hand-drawn animation techniques, with sumptuous art and music, narrated by Adrian Lester and with characters voiced by Simon Pegg, Alison Steadman and Nina Sosanya, Quentin Blake’s Box of Treasures brings to life in all their joyful glory these famous tales, enjoyed for decades by children and adults.

From Jack and Nancy’s exhilarating island adventure to Zagazoo’s hilariously off-beat antics, from Loveykins’ extraordinary transformation to the zany inventions of the indomitable Mrs Armitage, these beautifully crafted and engaging stories of fun, friendship and adventure will provide an exclusive treat for BBC and iPlayer viewers, delivering family entertainment at its very best.

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Terry Pratchett’s The Abominable Snow Baby

The Abominable Snow-Baby is a charming, funny and entertaining Christmas animation for Channel 4 starring Julie Walters, David Harewood and Hugh Dancy. Set in the quintessentially English provincial town of Blackbury, town-hall caretaker Albert and his 98-year-old feisty Granny along with fellow townsfolk are thrown into disarray when a massive snowfall at Christmas brings an unwelcome visitor – a huge, scary Abominable Snowman. Kind-hearted ‘Granny’ correctly identifies the creature as a petrified ‘Snow-baby’ taking the youngster in as her new, if highly uncontrollable pet. But just as they are settling into domestic bliss together, a gigantic Snow-woman appears to terrorise the whole of Blackbury…

An original, charming tale, The Abominable Snow-Baby is a story about friendship, acceptance and the very best of the Christmas spirit. 


Quentin Blake’s Clown

Inspired by a book of the same name (and one of its author’s favourite creations), Quentin Blake’s Clown is a half-hour animation, narrated by Helena Bonham Carter, that brings to life the adventures of a little toy clown, who has been thrown away with a group of fellow toys by an owner who has outgrown them. Clown has been dearly loved for many years in childhood and he has just enough magic left in him to set out and try to find a new home for himself and his friends. His journey takes him through the helter-skelter streets of the City, dodging scary dogs and even scarier adults; he even finds himself mistaken for a child and performs at a school Christmas assembly. Each time Clown thinks he might just have found a perfect new owner, and his hopes start to rise, he gets thrown away again… and again.  At last, he finds a child who will accept him, for all his imperfections, and together as night falls on Christmas Eve, they set out to rescue his toy friends. Back in his new home, Clown helps the children to get the flat ready for Christmas. Their mother returns for a happy and festive finale. You see toys do come to life when children love them


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