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Anna Higgs is a creative leader working at the forefront of storytelling and audiences.
Currently Head of Entertainment at Facebook in the UK, Anna leads a brilliant team across film, music, television and publishing, working in partnership with studios, record labels, broadcasters and publishers. More information on the team's work can be found here.
Anna is also a columnist for Creative Review, specialising in career coaching advice for creatives with the Ask Anna monthly feature.
Prior to joining Facebook Anna was consulting for a range of leading creative companies including Ridley Scott Creative Group, Hachette Publishing and The Ink Factory.
Before this she was Creative Director at global culture channel NOWNESS, bringing the best emerging and established filmmakers together with bold audience strategies. During her time there, she spearheaded a move to 50/50 gender balanced commissioning across all editorial and branded work, as well as a strategic company restructure that led to a successful merger with China’s Modern Media and Dazed Media Group.
Prior to NOWNESS, she was a commissioner and Head of Digital at Film4, spearheading innovation with projects including Ben Wheatley’s A Field in England, Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s 20,000 Days on Earth, Ken Loach’s The Spirit of ’45 and Lenny Abrahamson’s Frank. This move built on a strong track record as an independent producer working across film, TV and digital projects.
Anna’s work has seen her most recently named as one Creative Review's ‘Creative Leaders 50’, alongside the likes of Felix Barret, Gorillaz and Maria Balshaw. In 2012 she was selected as one of the inaugural Time Out ‘Culture 100’, a celebration of the "innovators, visionaries and pioneers behind what's now and what's next. A search for the most original and influential people in the UK creative and media industries" alongside creative innovators such as Danny Boyle, Stella McCartney, Grayson Perry, Jonathan Ive, Zadie Smith, Thomas Heatherwick and Alan Rusbridger.
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