See-Saw Films has a collective of production labels under the See-Saw Films banner, including joint venture companies I Am That with creator/director Garth Davis (Lion) and Picking Scabs with writer/showrunner Samantha Strauss (The End), as well as in-house label fanboy with Executive Producer Patrick Walters (Heartstopper)

I Am That

I Am That is a joint venture with filmmaker Garth Davis. Garth tells stories that explore profound truths about the human spirit. His focus is on creating brilliantly observed characters within immersive worlds through cinematic and elevated television forms.

I Am That’s first project is Foe, a film produced in collaboration with Amazon/MGM Studios and Anonymous Content. Featuring Saoirse Ronan, Paul Mescal, and Aaron Pierre. Foe is based on the award-winning novel by Ian Reid and has been adapted for the screen by Davis and Reid.

I Am That projects are lead by producer/executive producer Samantha Lang on behalf of See-Saw Films, together with See-Saw’s creative leadership team Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, and Helen Gregory.

Picking Scabs

A joint venture production company with writer/showrunner/executive producer Samantha Strauss. Picking Scabs will tell stories that are a bit itchy, and a lot addictive; that investigate all sorts of wounds that haven’t healed properly.

Picking Scabs’s first production is the recently announced Apple Cider Vinegar, a television series for Netflix starring Kaitlyn Dever, Alysia Debnam-Carey, Aisha Dee, Tilda Cobham-Hervey, Ashley Zukerman and Mark Coles Smith. Apple Cider Vinegar is written by Samantha Strauss with Anya Beyersdorf and Angela Betzien and directed by Jeffrey Walker.

Picking Scabs projects are lead by executive producer Louise Gough on behalf of See-Saw, together with Liz Watts, Helen Gregory, Emile Sherman and Iain Canning.


An in-house label with See-Saw’s Executive Producer Patrick Walters. fanboy celebrates unique, underdog perspectives and aims to produce high-end drama exploring worlds and genres that feel refreshing and original for the widest possible audience.

fanboy’s first project is the recently announced Sweetpea, a television series for Sky Atlantic. Directed by Ella Jones and starring Ella Purnell, Sweetpea is adapted by Kirstie Swain from the darkly comic YA novel by CJ Skuse.

fanboy’s TV output is executive produced by Patrick Walters alongside Helen Gregory, Iain Canning and Emile Sherman for See-Saw Films.