Contact

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www.papaya-films.com

020 7993 6628

Studio 8, Huntington Estate
Ebor Street
Shoreditch
London
E1 6AW

About

PAPAYA FILMS are a creative production company, who have been transforming the film,

advertising and media industry, with global campaigns, high-quality content and world-class

entertainment from around the world since 2006. Papaya pride themselves with creating

authentic and energetic stories that matter, for an audience who cares.

 

With a roster of global directors, our integrated services have produced award-winning

content for television, online, mobile and VR – all supported by our experienced and strong

production networks.

 

Our teams are based in London, New York, Lisbon and Warsaw.

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Awards

· KTR – Production Company of the Year 2012, & 2016 – 2020.

· Cannes Lions: Grand Prix, Titanium, and three bronze Lions 2019 for The Last Ever Issue.

H&W Lion 2017 for AXA Smart Bell; Bronze PR Lion 2017 for Wheelchair Hour; Bronze

Radio Lion 2017 for AXA Smart Bell; Bronze Lion 2016 for Café Prima.

· D&AD Graphite Impact 2019 for The Last Ever Issue.

· Best Live Action Short Film at the 36th Warsaw Film Festival for “Into the Night”

· “Eden” by Felix Umarow awarded at Unknown Film Festival, European Cinematography

Awards and selected on: Moscow Shorts, New Filmmakers New York, Fear No

Film, International New York Film Festival 2019.

· Global Winner – Cry and Love Facebook Awards 2017 for Amnesty International

· Silver at Brand Film Festival London 2017 for Baron

· Best Narrative Feature – New Orleans Film Fest 2015 for Embers

Twitterfeed

“After several years of just seeing different iterations of the film on my tiny screen in my studio, being able to share it on a big screen in Cannes, is an absolutely exhilarating...” - Robert-Jonathan Koeyers on #ItsNiceInHere part of 61e Semaine de la critque #Cannes2022https://t.co/PCDrcK1kN8
8 hours ago
“There's one massive problem with coming from writing novels into screenplays that I've discovered over the years, which is that you've got too much facility on the page.” - Alex Garland #Cannes2022#Cannes75#writingcommmunity#Screenwritinghttps://t.co/WnHouPnxrB
9 hours ago