Originals

Palma Pictures Studios is the drama production arm of Palma Pictures, the market-leading production services company.

After 29 years of collaborating with some of the most creative filmmakers from around the world, we will produce our own Originals for the first time.

Pulling from our roots in Scandinavia, the UK and Spain, utilising our global network of contacts, we will develop and produce unmissable television serials and feature films.

Development Slate

SEE ME FALL
A missing daughter, a father who swears never to stop searching, a breathless pursuit through the underbelly of a glittering wonderland. Based on the book “Se Mig Falla” by best-selling author Mons Kallentoft. A returning series, a crime thriller, adapted for television by Goya-nominated writer Fernando Navarro.

LOVE, JACK
A mid-century, romance drama, inspired by the secret love affair between Swedish aristocrat Gunilla Von Post and a young JFK, as recounted in the memoir Love, Jack. A mini-series, set against the backdrops of the Mediterranean, the south of Sweden and New York City. Adapted for television by Kate Wood.

SATANIA
A family torn apart by the loss of their child move to Mallorca to rebuild their lives but are haunted by the ghosts of children past and become embroiled in ancient island pagan rituals. A six-part, blue sky thriller-horror, based on an original idea by novelist Mons Kallentoft, writing for the screen for the first time.

DJ STRING VERSUS DJ SPITTA
Competing children´s entertainers join forces to conquer the kids party scene. A returning musical comedy show, based on a Live Show of the same name, created & performed by Ed MacArthur & (Bafta-nominated) Kiell Smith-Bynoe.

SOMETIMES IT SNOWS IN APRIL
A 20-something British Asian girl searches for her place in the world whilst trying to get to the truth about the sudden death of her mother. Based on the novel “The Arctic Curry Club” by Dani Redd. Set in UK, Norway and India. Adapted for television by Nikita Lalwani.

WHAT MILO SAW
Ten-year old Milo wants to get his Gran home in time for Christmas, and definitely before he loses his eyesight forever. A feature film based on the book “What Milo Saw” by Virginia Macgregor. Adapted for the screen by Rachel Wagstaff.