CEO and Creative Director
Anthony Geffen is one of the world’s leading documentary film makers and a pioneer in multi-platform story telling. He has won over 50 international awards including multiple British Academy awards (BAFTAs) and multiple Emmy Awards. He followed in the footsteps of Ang Lee and James Cameron to be presented in Hollywood with the Charles Wheatstone Award for his outstanding contribution to film and television.
Anthony’s films, which have been seen across the world, include documentaries, theatrical films and IMAX. His diverse output includes 11 projects with David Attenborough, including the award winning Great Barrier Reef Series, the acclaimed BBC series Inside the Commons and the land mark series (BBC/Discovery) The Promised Land, about the great African American migration, and the award winning theatrical film Wildest Dream: Conquest of Everest.
Anthony worked for 10 years for the BBC before setting up Atlantic Productions in 1992, one of the most respected high-end factual production companies of which he is the CEO. Atlantic Productions incorporates a group of companies including Zoo (computer graphics) and Colossus (3D). Anthony was also responsible for setting up Alchemy VR, which produces immersive experiences including VR, AR and MR.
Anthony has become renowned for his work on multiple digital platforms, including his work in 3D, interactive apps and now immersive experiences. In 2017 he received the first BAFTA awarded for VR storytelling. He speaks regularly at key media and technology forums, including TEDX and Google Zeitgeist.
Anthony is a Fellow of St Cross College, Oxford.