Conspire Pictures is a London based production company focussed on working with the brightest and most ambitious emerging talent in the UK, aiming to create award-winning shorts, features and TV that appeals to a wide international audience. We’re looking for filmmakers that want to take bold risks, disrupt the norm and tell distinctive stories which challenge audiences.
Founded by producer Tom Kimberley, he has over 15 years experience in the industry, having worked across post production, distribution, international sales, financing and production. He has experience on numerous projects, including Jim O'Hanlon's 100 Streets, Guiseppe Tornatore's The Best Offer and Ander's Walter's debut feature I Kill Giants, which he helped to finance and which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2017.
Conspire's first production was the Film London backed short Balcony, directed by Screen Star of Tomorrow Toby Fell-Holden, which went on to be BIFA nominated and win the Crystal Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. It is currently playing as a Staff Pick Premiere on Vimeo.
In 2018 he produced Naptha, the latest short from Screen Star of Tomorrow Moin Hussain, supported by the BFI/Film London/Film4 and which premiered at the London Film Festival and also screened in Cannes Semaine de la Critique in 2019.
Conspire Pictures is currently in post production on Bafta-nominated director Barnaby Blackburn’s latest short, Dad Was, with casting by Kathleen Crawford and is also developing Toby Fell-Holden’s debut feature.
Tom is a graduate of the Media Business School, where he completed a masters in producing and financing, a Berlinale Talent, EIFF Talent lab participant and a BAFTA Crew member for 2019.
Conspire is actively looking for shorts and features to develop with talented and ambitious filmmakers.