Where the Passion Begins
AAA is a specialist group of ﬁlm partnership consultants from the worlds of brand marketing, social media, film publicity, content creation, ﬁlm and TV production, ﬁlm ﬁnance and media law.
Founder and CEO
Aimée Anderson is a dynamic film and brand marketing strategist, having worked in global communications for almost 20 years. During that time, she has worked across multiple industries including: FMCG; Property; Shipping; Travel; Space; Automotive; Healthcare; Government; Retail; Fashion; Third Sector; Entertainment; and Technology - advising the world’s biggest brands.
Prior to AAA, Aimée enjoyed an eight-year tenure at film and television international PR agency, DDA, where she held a seat on the board and became Managing Director having founded the company’s first brands division, working with revolutionary global consumer brands (including: The European Space Agency, Electrolux; HP; Lexus; RedBull and Swarovski), that used film as a ground-breaking approach to consumer engagement in a digital age.
Previously she worked at global PR agency Porter Novelli - advising brands as diverse as Actis Insulation, Craegmoor Healthcare, Maersk, British Airways, Great North Eastern Railway (GNER), Regus, The Gala Coral Group, Carlsberg, Danish Bacon, Proctor and Gamble, the NHS, the Home Office, the Department of Health, and Disney Consumer Products.
From Scotland, Aimée started her communications career in New York, working for CoachUSA’s subsidiary Greyline New York Sightseeing (GNYS) and with their partners Cingular Wireless. She was Marketing and PR representative and reported directly to the Executive Vice President of the North East Region, CoachUSA and the GNYS Board.
Aimée studied at Glasgow Caledonian University and graduated with a BA Hons: 2.1 in Mass Media and Communications.
Head of Production
Based in Los Angeles, Tatiana is an established independent producer repped by CAA, with an exceptional track record. She recently produced “The Catcher Was a Spy” which premiered at Sundance and was directed by Ben Lewin (“The Sessions”), written by Academy Award-nominee Robert Rodat (“Saving Private Ryan”) and starred Paul Rudd, Sienna Miller, Guy Pearce, Jeff Daniels, Paul Giamatti, Tom Wilkinson and Mark Strong. Upcoming projects include “Cut Throat City” directed by RZA from the Wu Tang Clan, “The Calligrapher” based on the bestselling book of the same name and directed by P.J. Hogan (“Muriel’s Wedding” and “My Best Friend’s Wedding”), “Eleven Missing Days” co-produced with Justin Lin (Fast and the Furious, Star Trek: Beyond), and “Layover,” based on the NY Times’ bestseller by Lisa Zeidner and directed by Toni Kalem. She is also in development on film and television projects with Academy Award-nominated writer Tab Murphy (“Gorillas in the Mist”), Academy Award-winner, Roger Avary (“Pulp Fiction”), Legendary Entertainment, Tribeca Productions, and Amazon.
Her earlier productions were “Happiness Runs” starring Rutger Hauer, Andie MacDowell, Shiloh Fernandez, and Jesse Plemons, “Smother” starring Steven Bauer and Taryn Manning, and “Dark Yellow,” starring Melora Walters and John Hawkes, “The Words,” which was the Closing Night film in 2012 at Sundance starring Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Irons, Dennis Quaid, Zoë Saldana, and Olivia Wilde, “The Procession,” written and directed by Academy Award-nominee Robert Festinger (“In The Bedroom”), starring Lily Tomlin, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Lucy Punch, “Sunset Stories,” which premiered at SXSW and starred Monique Curnen, Sung Kang, Joshua Leonard, Zosia Mamet with cameos by Jim Parsons and Kevin Bacon, “Life of a King” starring Cuba Gooding Jr. which premiered at the LA Film Festival, “Amos’ Wake” starring Shiloh Fernandez and Keisha Castle-Hughes, “Reversion” starring Aja Naomi-King, Colm Feore, David Clennon and Amanda Plummer and “Perfection,” based on the short film “Slice,” which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and was the winner of the Adrienne Shelly Female Directing Grant.
Tatiana’s first film “Wristcutters: A Love Story” starred Patrick Fugit, Shannyn Sossamon, Will Arnett, John Hawkes, Shea Whigham, and Tom Waits. It premiered at Sundance in 2006, was released by Lionsgate, earned two Independent Spirit Award nominations, was screened in over thirty film festivals, and was an eight-time Best Feature festival winner.
Her work in television includes serving as a Supervising Producer on MTV’s “The Hills” and Executive Producer on the Lionsgate/CMT series, “Music City” as well as producing pilots for Bravo, E! and USA Networks.
Tatiana holds a Masterʼs degree from the London School of Economics and speaks five languages.
Dharam Barrett has specialised in the development and production of film and television content as part of the British broadcasting industry for over 20 years.
Prior to AAA, Dharam spent fifteen years with broadcasting house ITV in Norwich and London working as a Producer and Director producing fast paced daytime documentary content. She made several hundred short documentaries for the popular day time television show This Morning and news programs as well as participating in projects for the BBC and other independent production companies.
With a keen interest in producing social impact, environmental and educational content, Dharam has made a multitude of films to assist charities and individual community projects within the U.K and the United States. She also holds a seat on the board of The Glastonbury Trust in Somerset where she oversees financial and professional support for community based charitable projects and assists with sustainable business startups and development.