About Us

Founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider and
Jane Featherstone, SISTER is an independent, modern studio.
We develop, produce and invest in visionary creators across all forms of media.

Our Team

DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE
London
PARALEGAL
London
OFFICE OF CAROLYN STRAUSS
Los Angeles
SENIOR HR MANAGER
London
PRODUCTION LAWYER - THE POWER
London
PRODUCER
London
Group Financial Controller
London
RUNNER
London
HEAD OF LEGAL AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS
London
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
London
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
London
OFFICE TEAM ASSISTANT
London
LEGAL EXECUTIVE
London
CREATIVE EXECUTIVE
Los Angeles
Co-Founder and CCO
London
CHIEF CREATIVE EXECUTIVE
Los Angeles
DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT
London
Global CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
London
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
London
PRODUCER
London
HEAD OF PRODUCTION
London
DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE
London
ASSISTANT TO JANE FEATHERSTONE
London
COO
London
OFFICE MANAGER AND ASSISTANT TO CHRIS FRY
London
ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT
London
CREATIVE EXECUTIVE
Los Angeles
PRODUCTION EXECUTIVE
London
OFFICE OF STACEY SNIDER
Los Angeles
PRODUCTION EXECUTIVE
London
PRODUCTION COORDINATOR
London
Co-Founder and Executive Chairman
London
RUNNER
London
Development Assistant
Los Angeles
SENIOR LEGAL AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS EXECUTIVE
London
PRODUCER
London
ASSISTANT COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
London
Global CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Los Angeles
Co-Founder and CEO
Los Angeles
TEAM ASSISTANT
London
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Los Angeles
HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT
London
PARALEGAL
London
HEAD OF COMMUNICATIONS
London
HEAD OF FINANCE
London
ASSISTANT TO NAOMI DE PEAR AND KATIE CARPENTER
London

Our Commitments

Our passion is working with storytellers—established and emerging. We are supporting the development of a new generation of storytellers through our own bespoke initiatives and commitments to pioneering organisations that invest in emerging voices in our local communities.

Growing Our Creatives


Writer in Residence Scheme

Launched in 2018, this provides young writers with a salaried, supportive environment in which to develop their skills and ideas. The scheme provides participants with invaluable insight into the development and production process to equip them with the experience and skills needed to succeed in the world of TV screenplay writing and producing. The current participants are playwrights Miriam Battye, Monsay Whitney and Yasmin Joseph.

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South of the River and SISTER are partners on a competition designed to create essential opportunities for emerging comedy writer performers to showcase their work following a summer of cultural lockdown in 2020. Funded by South of the River and SISTER the scheme provides successful applicants with the opportunity to develop their original idea from stage to screen. Competition Producer Debo Adebayo, brings his strong creative instincts and experience in UK theatre, together with a proven track record of advocating for inclusion.

Supporting Our Communities


Ghetto Film School

SISTER is the founding partner for Ghetto Film School (GFS) London which launched with its first cohort of 20 students in summer 2020. Started in the South Bronx, New York, in 2000, GFS is an award winning nonprofit which aims to educate, develop and celebrate the next generation of great storytellers. With a strategy of identifying young talent from the local community for its creative education programme, GFS has a proven track record of breaking down barriers to access in the industry.

Scene & Heard

Scene and Heard is a unique mentoring project that partners the children of Somers Town, London with volunteer theatre and Film/ TV professionals. The children are given intensive, one-to-one adult attention, enabling them to write plays which are then performed by professional actors. SISTER provides ongoing support of this local charity with sponsorship and donations of time & advice.

Morelands Primary School

SISTER is working closely with this local school in Islington, an area with the highest percentage of underprivileged children in London, to develop a long-term programme of cultural enrichment. The aim is to provide access to a creative education and to encourage more students to consider a future in an industry where individuals from diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds are poorly represented. The programme includes a reading initiative where SISTER creates ‘reading passports’ and donates new books to the school.