Tom Nash (Deep State) is joining indie The Ink Factory as Executive Producer. In the role, Nash will will help create and produce both theatrical films and scripted series. He will also oversee physical production on a number of titles across The Ink Factory’s slate.
Set up in 2010 by Simon and Stephen Cornwell, The Ink Factory is best known as being the indie behind the adaptation of John le Carré works for film, television and other media. They produced both The Night Manager and The Little Drummer Girl for the BBC and AMC and are working on an adaptation of The Spy Who Came In From The Cold.
“We began The Ink Factory with the mission to build a place that great storytellers could call home, so we’re particularly delighted to welcome one of the best and most exciting creators to our ranks”, said Simon and Stephen Cornwell, “Tom brings with him an eye for exceptional storytelling and originality, and we look forward to supporting his vision and watching it continue to flourish.”
Nash joins The Ink Factory from Endor Productions, where he served as Head of Film and Television. In that role he served as one of the executive producers on Endor’s spy thriller Deep State, which was Fox Networks Group Europe & Africa’s first regional scripted commission and was later acquired for U.S. broadcast by Epix. Before Endor, he was producer and script editor on the award-winning Channel 4 series Coming Up.