Platinum Films

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Platinum Films is a British company that started in 2002 and are situated at the Pinewood Studios.[1] The owner of the company and CEO is Nigel Stone.[1][2] The company were originally known as Dream Street Productions but in 2002 the name was switched to Platinum Films.


Platinum is focused on programming for children.[1] It engages in vertical integration by serving as developer, producer, and distributor.[1]

The programmes they created were Dream Street (TV series), Planet Cook and Matt Hatter Chronicles.[2] All shows have been a success with Dream Street being nominated for a Bafta and a 4th season of Matt Hatter Chronicles is in the works.[3] They have introduced a new animation technique called Multivision (3d without the glasses).


As of 2013, shows created by Platinum were broadcast in over 80 countries.[2]

Key People

  • CEO: Nigel Stone[2]
  • Managing director: Carl England(appointed June 2013)[2]


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