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Jill Green

Jill Green is the CEO of Eleventh Hour Films. Since starting the company in 2010, Green has executive produced Foyle’s War, New Blood, Vexed, and atmospheric thriller Safe House.

More recently, she executive produced adaptations of Anthony Horowitz’s widely popular spy series Alex Rider and novel Magpie Murders, with an adaptation of the latter’s sequel Moonflower Murders in the pipeline.

Green also executive produced the thriller series The Killing Kind, based on the novel by Jane Casey and is working on a new adaptation of Sir Ian Rankin’s bestselling Rebus novels.

Previously, Green founded and ran Greenlit Productions for 12 years, where 29 feature length films of Foyle’s War were first generated alongside award winning Collision and feature film The American starring George Clooney.

Alongside her work with Eleventh Hour Films, Green is on the board of Aldeburgh Cinema (previously artistic director of the Aldeburgh Documentary Festival) and is working with Suffolk Films on a short film festival. She previously spent six years on the board of Chichester Theatre, where she maintains close contact.

Jill Green

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    Words in Motion: The Journey from Book to Screen

    Powerhouse couple and creative collaborators Jill Green and Anthony Horowitz discuss the rewarding but sometimes tricky process of adapting books to screen.

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