Kit Hawkins

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Kit Hawkins is an English entertainment entrepreneur and producer.

Kit Hawkins is CEO and Co-Founder of creative group, Sunshine Sunshine is located in London, Los Angeles and New York.

Along with Adam Tudhope, he co-founded the music management company, Everybody's. Clients include Keane, Laura Marling and Mumford & Sons. Kit Hawkins has also produced a number of music videos for artists including Madonna and Goldfrapp.

Kit Hawkins created the entertainment division of the advertising agency, Mother [1] In 2012, along with Al Maccuish, he was one of the Executive Producers of Amnesty International's The Secret Policeman's Ball at Radio City, New York. The show featured many comedians, including Ben Stiller, Jon Stewart, Russell Brand and Kristen Wiig. The musical artists were Coldplay and Mumford & Sons [2]

Kit Hawkins founded the 3D production company Nineteen Fifteen Productions which produced the world's first live 3D television broadcast, filming Keane Live at Abbey Road for Sky.[3] Other productions include Kylie Minogue Live in Toronto and Burberry's 2010 Fashion Show, which was broadcast live around the world.

In 2005, the film Call Register, produced by Kit Hawkins, was nominated for a BAFTA.[4]

On 6 September 2007 Kit Hawkins was honored by the United Nations for his role as the worldwide producer of Live Earth films.[citation needed] Seven of the films commissioned and executive produced by Kit Hawkins opened the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival. They were introduced from the stage by Robert De Niro and Al Gore. [5]


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