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Feelgood Fiction has just produced The Eichmann Show, a 90 minute film starring Martin Freeman and Anthony LaPaglia, that follows the behind the scenes true story of the televising of the trial of the notorious Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann, charged with organising the Final Solution. Rebecca Front, Andy Nyman and Nicholas Woodeson also co-star. The drama is commissioned by the BBC and co-produced with Vistaar Entertainment. Content Media have acquired all international sales rights. Paul Andrew Williams directs from a script by Simon Block with Laurence Bowen and Ken Marshall producing. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Lizard Girl, a one off drama for the BBC written by Vivienne Franzmann and directed by Lindsey Miller, has just won both a BAFTA and The Japan Prize. Congratulations and thanks to cast and crew.

Unmade Movies. Feelgood has been commissioned by Radio 4 to produce a season of dramatisations of unproduced screenplays by the major writers of the Twentieth Century. First up are Victory and The Dreaming Child by Harold Pinter to be directed by Richard Eyre and Joanna Hogg, starring Mark Strong, Simon Russell Beale, Anne Reid, Bjarne Henriksen, Vanessa Kirby, Lydia Leonard, Bertie Carvel and Rose Leslie. A new season begins this month with Arthur Miller’s The Hook, Orson Welles adaptation of Heart of Darkness and Alfred Hitchcock & Ernest Lehman’s The Blind Man. James McAvoy, Hugh Laurie, David Suchet, Rebecca Front, Andy Nyman and Elliot Cowan star with Jamie Lloyd, Mark Gatiss and Adrian Noble directing.

Vodka Diaries – a BBC3 / BBC Online pilot written by Rachel Hirons and directed by James de Frond starring Aisling Bea and Cariad Lloyd. NOW ON BBC iPLAYER

Found – a one off drama commissioned by BBC TV and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) for the Eurovision Childrens Drama Series, directed by Adrian McDowell and written by Sanjeev Kohli. TX'd in May 2013. The film has to date been nominated for a BAFTA and short listed for The Japan Prize and the Chicago Film Festival.

The Last Tycoon – a 90 minute adaptation of the Scott Fitzgerald novel for BBC Radio 4, adapted and directed by Bill Bryden, starring Aidan Gillen and Jack Shepherd. TX'd in May 2013.

Gates – a team devised comedy series for Sky Living script edited by Jennifer Saunders. Written by Richard Preddy, Abigail Wilson, Andrew Collins, Dan Sefton and Ava Vidal. Starring Tom Ellis, Joanna Page and Sue Johnston.

The series launched in August 2012 and has just been picked up by NBC who have commissioned a US pilot.

Cathy Yuspa and Josh Goldsmith are writing with 20th Century Fox and Aaron Kaplan/Kapital Entertainment producing.

The Guardian “..sharp writing and brilliant performances..”

The Daily Mail “.. excellent..the series as a whole captures that peculiar British brand of awkwardness very well – 4-stars.”

Time Out “A good first day of term for this new school-set sitcom..well cast and showcasing a gentler sort of observational humour, Gates proves that Sky 'gets' sitcoms…”.

La Vida Lopez – a pilot for Nickelodeon US based on our UK show My Life As A Popat. Written by Jeff Bushell (Beverley Hills Chihuahua).

Lucky Country – a co-production with Laura Waters (Summer Heights High) in Australia devised by Marc Wootton and Julia Davis.

George and Bernard Shaw – a BBC1 comedy written by John Finnemore. Starring Robert Lindsay, Richard Griffiths and Stephanie Cole. Piloted in the UK and now in development with Aaron Kaplan in the US with Barry Kemp writing.

ManBears– a feature film from the writers of Suburban Shootout. Developed with the BFI. Elliot Hegarty to direct. Shooting April 2014.

AMC and WE tv has just commissioned a pilot script for a US version of Suburban Shootout from Byron Balasco. Feelgood Fiction will executive produce with Aaron Kaplan, Kapital Entertainment and ABC Studios producing.

Kono Bridge – a co-production for Film 4 with Rick McCallum and Andy Harries/Left Bank Pictures, to be directed by Jakob Verbruggen, written by Guy Hibbert.