Jane Featherstone
Courtesy of Sister
United Kingdom
2020

Sister

Jane
Featherstone

Cofounder / CEO / Head, London

With 2019’s multi-Emmy-winning “Chernobyl” as a calling card and Elisabeth Murdoch and Stacey Snider as business partners, it’s little wonder that Featherstone’s Sister Pictures has in six months won hotly contested rights auctions on both sides of the pond, including hit podcast “Tunnel 29,” comic horror series “The Baby” for HBO and Sky and “The Jungle Prince of Delhi,” which the indie will adapt for Amazon with Mira Nair directing. More than just a TV producer, Sister has investments in creator-led businesses, from LeBron James’ SpringHill to podcast bastion Campside Studio. The company is currently adapting Naomi Alderman’s dystopian novel “The Power” for Amazon. Before launching Sister in 2015, Featherstone helped reinvent U.K. drama through the likes of “Broadchurch,” “Life on Mars” and “MI-5.”

Career

  • BROADCHURCH
  • THE SPLIT
  • CHERNOBYL

Variety Honors

  • Women's Impact
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