Production Management: Film, Photography and Digital

Nicola Petrides

Production, Marketing and Project Management

For all projects and production management inquiries, or to request a CV please contact me.

Karlmania Net-A-Porter 2012

Thousands of fans gathered worldwide for the launch of Karl Lagerfeld’s new line ‘Karl‘, to be sold through online high-end retailer Net-a-Porter.

To coincide with Paris fashion week, window shops across three continents simultaneously revealed the new line which was transformed on fans iPads and iPhones with the help of the cutting edge ‘Karl’ app.

In conjunction with Net-A-Porter and app developer Aurasma, the Fablemaze team were kept on their feet producing, managing and coordinating 5 simultaneous launches in Sydney, Berlin, Paris, London and New York. Fans not only enjoyed the smooth running events with coffee and give-away goodies but some lucky winners even took home pieces from the brand-new collection.

Behind the Scenes of Corporate Bingo

Rubber Duck Films booked to produce ‘AutoDrive’

Rubber Duck Films is proud to have been chosen by the UK’s leading indie film festival Raindance‘s very own course director Rory O’Donnell to produce and production manage the indie legend’s upcoming short thriller ‘AutoDrive‘.

Pre-production for the ambitious short featuring vehicle stunts at night and an extended CG sequence starts this November.
Fasten your seat belts.

Nicola is a great person to work with. Always cheery and superbly helpful and willing to share her vast knowledge. I would highly recommend her to anyone. 

Greta Kendall, Head of Customer Happiness, Devstars

Corporate Bingo shot in Gunnersbury

Written & directed by Berty Cadilhac and produced by Rubber Duck Films, snappy short comedy Corporate Bingo was shot on the 6th and 7th of August on DOP Tom Tooley’s 7D.

Set in 5 different countries around a conference call that goes terribly wrong, the team worked extremely hard to fend off London’s surprise down-pours and prying CCTV cameras to create a wonderfully funny short to be sent to festivals worldwide in January 2012.

“I’m very proud of the crew and cast,” Berty tells us “we simply can’t wait to see this on screen!”