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|Genre||Entertainment, Science, History, Drama|
|Headquarters||London, United Kingdom|
|Stuart Carter, Jeremy Dear, Kirstie McLure,|
Founded in 1988, by Nigel Henbest, Heather Couper and Stuart Carter, Pioneer targeted science broadcasting in a period of global tele-media expansion, and sought relationships with US factual television broadcasters. In the 1990s it produced series entitled Raging Planet, and Extreme Machines. Later CGI films included Journey to the Edge of the Universe, The Unsinkable Titanic, Hindenburg, Extraordinary Animals, In the Womb, and Catastrophe. In 2009 it helped produce the six-part series Christianity: A History for Channel 4.
Pioneer has won the "Best Science Film" award twice at the Banff World Media Festival, the Grand Award at the New York Television Festival, a UK Indie award, Sony Award, CINE Golden Eagles, and other prizes in the U.S., France, Italy, and Greece. Recently, Pioneer Productions has won an Emmy Award and awards at the Royal Television Society.
- What We Do on Pioneer Productions official website. Accessed 17 April 2013
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