Diane Shorthouse

Managing Director

Diane started out in the film and TV industry working for Stanley Kubrick and has established herself as highly capable producer and line producer across more than 30 film and television titles. Diane's notable credits include line producing on A TOWN CALLED MALICE for Sky Studios; MAMMALS starring James Corden and Sally Hawkins for Amazon Studios; POWDER ROOM for Damian Jones and Pinewood Films, which starred Sheridan Smith; MIRACLE LANDING ON THE HUDSON for National Geographic (now on Disney+) - a huge undertaking involving submerging a passenger jet in a water tank and the inspiration for the 2016 Tom Hanks movie SULLY; RUSSIAN YETI shot in the Ural Mountains for Discovery; the controversial 100 DAYS OF UKIP for Channel 4 Television; and CYBERBULLY starring Maisie Williams from GAME OF THRONES, for which Diane was nominated for a BAFTA award. Prior to launching Evolutionary, Diane worked in the development department of Raw TV across a number of projects simultaneously developing, budgeting, scheduling, casting and packaging episodic and one-off dramas and drama documentaries. She is highly capable of planning and managing multiple drama shoots on location and in the studio, and supporting the creative vision.