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Daybreak Pictures Founder Hal Vogel Launches Ringside Media Venture – Deadline


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EXCLUSIVE: Pictures at dawn founders David Aukin and Hall Bird left the script producer Tinopolis Group, the latter is launching a new venture with Ringside Media, an investment vehicle backed by the French Newen.

Auchin and Vogel leave Daybreak after 15 years, during which time they watched Reese Ahmed’s BAFTA-winning streak. BritzClaire Foy drama PromiseDavid Tennant TV series Husband of a politician, and features including Justin Kurzel The True Story of the Kelly Gangstarring Russell Crowe.

Vogel’s new company will be called Slate entertainment and represents the second investment by Ringside Media. Founded by Newen and Fall Producer Gub Neal last year Ringside previously acquired a stake in Fictionhouse, founded by former Royal Court Theater art directors Dominic Cook and Keith Horton.

Vogel told Deadline that his partnership with Auchin at Daybreak had “exhausted itself” and it was time to “start something new” with the backing of a “smart international trading company” Newen, which is part of the TF1 group. … He declined to disclose financial results, but said he had “good support.”

Vogel plans to hire a small team in the coming months and is developing a number of “large and ambitious” English-language projects. “This is not a million miles from Daybreak’s DNA,” he said. “These are the titles of books in which there is some element of real history and major characters. There will always be an interest in politics, but with an international appeal. It is also a search for new voices. “

Hall Bird

Vogel and Aukin will continue to collaborate on some projects in the future. Commenting on their departure from Daybreak, Auchin said, “It’s time to move on and I need to focus on a few home projects. I wish Hal every success with Slate. “

Vogel added that their decision to leave Dawn is not related to the challenges currently facing Tinopolis, affected by the coronavirus pandemic, and fought with a group of former producersThe manufacturing group owes £ 50 million ($ 70 million) following a controversial financial restructuring. He said that Tinopolis has been a “fantastic partner” for the past 15 years.

It is not yet clear if the Dawn banner will continue. Tinopolis did not respond to our request for comment, and Vogel was unsure if the brand would continue in his absence and Auchin’s absence. “There is a brand that epitomizes a rather complex drama … if they can turn it into something, I really don’t know. I think they will keep the library, ”he added.

In a statement announcing Vogel’s arrival at Ringside, Neil said, “To welcome someone with Hal’s exceptional experience and skills in high-profile scripting into the Ringside family is a fantastic opportunity. We are very pleased to see his ambitious projects that are being implemented and will work together in the future. ” Philippe Levasseur, Newen’s Global Head of International, added: “He has received many awards and a very strong team spirit, and our producers across Europe are looking to team up with him to create high-quality series and films.”

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