See-Saw Films is an Academy Award®, Emmy and BAFTA-winning television and film production house, founded in 2008 by Emile Sherman and Iain Canning. The innovative production company is made up of an industry-leading team across offices in London and Sydney, with Helen Gregory as creative director, Simon Gillis as COO, and Liz Watts as head of television and film, Australia.

See-Saw’s films and television shows have been nominated for 30 Academy Awards® and won 5, nominated for 46 BAFTAs and won 12, nominated for 28 Emmys and won 12 and nominated for 92 AACTAs and won 27.

See-Saw’s past film and television productions include The Power of the Dog, The Son, Slow Horses, Heartstopper, The Stranger, Operation Mincemeat, The Essex Serpent, Lion, Top Of The Lake, Top of the Lake: China Girl, The King’s Speech, Widows, State of the Union seasons one and two, The End, Ammonite, The North Water, The New Legends of Monkey seasons one and two, Mr Holmes, Slow West and Shame.

See-Saw is currently in production on season 4 of Slow Horses for Apple TV+, season 3 is set to premiere in December 2023. as well as season 3 of Heartstopper for Netflix, season 2 premiered in August 2023.

Upcoming films include Foe, directed by Garth Davis, written by Iain Reid and Garth Davis, made through See-Saw’s joint venture I Am That; Wizards!, directed and written by ​​David Michôd; The Royal Hotel directed by Kitty Green, written by Kitty Green and Oscar Redding; One Life, directed by James Hawes, written by Lucinda Coxon and Nick Drake. 

See-Saw has an in-house sales arm Cross City Films, which handles international sales of its titles in select territories.

See-Saw has two joint venture production companies: I Am That – with creator/director Garth Davis (Lion), and Picking Scabs – with writer/showrunner Samantha Strauss (The End).

See-Saw has also invested in Tom Winchester’s TV company, Pure Fiction alongside talent agency Hamilton Hodell.