Fulwell 73, set up in 2005 by lifelong friends Ben Winston, Leo Pearlman, Ben Turner and Gabe Turner, strives to make top-quality television and film productions. In January 2017 it was announced that James Corden would be joining the company with immediate effect as a fifth full partner.
The company first came to the public’s attention in September 2007 with the release of its debut feature “In the Hands of the Gods” (Lionsgate). The film received great critical acclaim, opened on more screens than any other UK-made documentary and appeared in cinemas around the world.
Since then, Fulwell 73 has produced many films and television programs across different genres. Its most recent theatrical film releases include: the most successful sports documentary of all time, ”The Class of 92” (Universal Pictures); the huge box office hits “One Direction 3D: This is Us” (Sony/Columbia), "I Am Bolt" (Universal) , "The Guvnors" (Metrodome), "Level Up" (Universal) and "White Island" (Carnaby International)
Fulwell 73’s television slate is extensive, including many shows with some of the world’s top talent; Justin Bieber, Robbie Williams, Jimmy Carr, One Direction, Michael Mcintyre and Jack Whitehall have all made shows with Fulwell.
Fulwell 73 also co-produces THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN with CBS Television Studios. As well as being a digital hit, with over 2.3 billion views, and two Emmys in its first full season, THE LATE LATE SHOW also holds the record for the highest viewed clip in the history of late night television with “Carpool Karaoke with Adele.” Fulwell 73 is also co-producing two spin-off shows with CBS Television Studios: "Drop the Mic" for TBS and "Carpool Karaoke" for Apple.
At Fulwell, our vision is to create an inclusive workplace, with diverse talent that brings varied perspectives, a wider spectrum of experience, and authenticity to our storytelling. Fulwell is committed to creating a diverse workplace and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.