Wiggin advises Two Brothers Pictures on investment from All3Media

LONDON – Media, technology and IP law firm Wiggin has advised Two Brothers Pictures on its investment from All3Media.

Two Brothers Pictures was co-founded by brothers Harry and Jack Williams in 2014 and has gained critical acclaim for breakout comedy “Fleabag” along with BAFTA nominated “The Missing”.  Upcoming features includes “Liar”, a six part thriller which will be shown on ITV, along with a one-off comedy for Sky Arts and a murder mystery co-produced with New Pictures called “Rellik”.

All3Media International will distribute Two Brothers content following the deal.

Corporate group co-head Michael Brader led the team who advised Two Brothers Pictures and was assisted by Ben Headicar.

Claire Evans, COO of Two Brothers, said “Michael and Ben are a great team. They combine a great eye for detail with a highly commercial grasp of the bigger picture, and quickly understood and respected the specific character of our company, tailoring the deal accordingly. We felt in safe hands throughout the process”.

Wiggin’s corporate practice is a UK leader in the independent TV M&A and investment transactions market.  Brader has advised on over 60 deals in the sector, including including Two Halves Pictures on its investment by All3Media, True North on its investment deal with Sky Ventures, Blueprint Television on its investment deal with Sony Pictures TelevisionBarcroft Media Group on its investment by Channel 4’s Growth Fund, Neal Street on its acquisition by All3Media, Mammoth Screen on its acquisition by ITV, Blast! Films on its sale to Sky, Endemol Shine on its investment in Douglas Road, Monumental TV on its investment by ITV, and Naked Entertainment and Full Fat TV on their investments by Fremantle.