Chloe
Thomas

Director for television

Chloe Thomas comes from a background in documentaries and light entertainment. Her first comedy Angelo's, starring Sharon Horgan and Miranda Hart, was produced by Damon Beesley (The Inbetweeners). Chloe also directed the award-winning Horrible Histories and CBBC's Sadie J

She directed Sharon Horgan's Channel 4 documentaries on motherhood and women on the verge of a mid-life crisis, and Give Out Girls, a 6-part comedy for Big Talk/Sky. Chloe directed second block of period drama Hetty Feather for CBBC; an adaptation of Jacqueline Wilson's book, and went on to direct the opening block of the second series. 

Most recently, Chloe directed on the third series of Harlots for Hulu, and before this Daisy Goodwin's period drama Victoria for Mammoth and ITV.

Chloe is now setting up Lisa McGee's new thriller The Deceived for New Pictures and Channel 5.

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Television

Director 

Producer Imogen O'Sullivan
Writer Lisa McGee

Drama

New Pictures
Starring
  • Liv Tyler
  • Lesley Manville
  • Samantha Morton
  • Jessica Brown Findlay
  • Episodes 4,5,6

    Monumental for Hulu
    Creator Daisy Goodwin

    Series 3

    Mammoth Screen for ITV
    Creator Jacqueline Wilson

    Drama

    CBBC for CBBC
    Creator Jacqueline Wilson
    Producer Paul McKenzie
    Writer Helen Blakeman

    Drama 

    CBBC for CBBC
    Producer Jim Poyser
    Starring
  • Miranda Hennessy
  • Kerry Howard
  • Cariad Lloyd
  • Tracy-Ann Oberman
  • Sitcom following a gang of girls working in the world of promotions
    Big Talk for Sky Living
    Producer Simon Nelson
    Writer Paul McKenzie
    Starring
  • Ronan Carter
  • Bobby Fuller
  • Georgia Lock
  • William Nye
  • Feel-good family comedy
    CBBC for CBBC
    Dances crazes - the twist to mosh. Celebrity interviews & archive.
    Lion Television for Channel 4

    27 Short Films.

    Ralf Little, Ioan Gruffudd, Sinead Cusack, Jimi Mistry, Greg Wise, Sarah Parish, Bill Bailey, Tamsin Greig, Lesley Manville, in dramatised love poems.

    "essential viewing...reflective rather than factual...thoughtful, without patronising, visually imaginative without vulgarising the original texts" Victor Lewis Smith, Evening Standard / pick of the day - all papers.

    Talkback Productions for BBC 2
    Trafalgar Square
    Pilot for 6 x 30'
    Ealing Studios for Channel 5
    Angelo's
    6 x 30'
    Writer Sharon Horgan
    Starring
  • Sharon Horgan
  • Comedy series
    Bwark for Channel 5
    Pilot Episode of online drama series about the trials of label runner Sam King who secretly runs his own start-up label from the post room.
    Monkey TV for Bebo
    Objective Productions
    Producer Caroline Norrish
    Lion Television for CBBC
    Starring
  • Sharon Horgan
  • Sharon Horgan meets six mothers who are convinced they are getting it right, even if their methods are unusual or off-the-scale strange.
    Channel 4

    Producer 

    Factual Entertainment. The art of seduction is not dead! Four real life 'Alfies' show us the way...'amoral' - The Guardian
    Ealing Studios for E4

    Director & Producer 

    Talkback Productions for BBC 2
    Talkback Productions for BBC 2
    Starring
  • Daisy Donovan
  • Metal: Daisy tries to join a nu- metal rock band.

    Motivation:  Daisy re invents herself as a motivational guru in LA.

    Pick of the Day - Standard, Guardian, Sun, Mirror, The Times,**** Heat.

    Talkback Productions for Channel 4

    An alphabet of culture now, with Rachel Newsome (‘Dazed & Confused')

    One of "50 things to look out for"  - The Observer 2002. Pick of Day- Guardian & Sunday Times.

    What would British culture be like without any ethnic influences?
    Tiger Aspect Productions for Channel 4
    Film about cult artist David Shrigley. Pick of the day - Guardian, Sunday Times, Telegraph. Observer, Times.
    Diverse for Channel 4
    Tom Dyckhoff (The Times) loves brutalist concrete buildings. 'excellent' - The Guardian.
    World of Wonder for Channel 4
    What is shocking art? Presented by artist Jake Chapman
    World of Wonder for Channel 4
    The inside story of the world's greatest rock paper.
    BBC 2/BBC 4
    Shown as part of Britpop Night on BBC4 with Alan McGee and Graham Coxon.
    BBC 4
    A look back at the seminal British female pop stars of yesteryear, and how todays female stars owe much to them.
    BBC
    Series tracing the history of British social dancing.
    BBC

    Film

    Writer & Director 

    Undertakers play morbid I-Spy on the promenade.
    Official selection: London Film Festival. 16mm short.
    Bournmouth Film School
    What surgeons really talk about when you're under the knife.

    A bomb explodes in a shopping precinct. Somewhere in the cctv videos, a detective finds the bombers and a deadly love triangle.

    Official Festival Selection : Worldfest (Platinum Award Raindance, AUSFEST,) The Female Eye Festival.

    Britshorts

    Sex education in the 1980s is  a nightmare for 11 year old Rosa.

    Official festival selection: AFI FEST (Los Angeles), Rhode Island Festival, Chicago Reel Shorts, Seattle Int., Atlantic.

    Tigerlily Films/London Production Fund