From 1985 until the end of 2022, The Farnham Film Company produced fine content for screens of all sizes.

Starting out, surprisingly enough, in Farnham, near London, the company was formed to produce international television programming. The company was owned and run by Ian Lewis and Melloney Roffe.

The company produced or co-produced series shown by most of the UK’s main broadcasters and a number of digital channels, wining several awards.

Highlights include discovering, developing, and writing scripts for the worldwide success Mona the Vampire, a 65 x half-hour animation series; a large-scale drama-doc on the ITV network, The Chef’s Apprentice; and smaller scale animation from the vastly popular Gumdrop books.

More recently production centred on low-budget feature films, and a long-running Internet TV food series featuring top chefs and restaurants, coolcucumber tv (https://www.youtube.com/user/coolcucumbertv).