About Us

We are storytellers

Dover Street Entertainment

Dover Street Entertainment was founded in 2015 by Kathy A LoPrimo and Graeme A Scott out of a passion to tell important stories that give a voice to the unheard. We aim to deliver a positive impact and shed light on topics and subject matter that we feel we know, but have never heard from new perspectives.

Our work covers both factual and drama, bringing to life insightful and exciting stories that are both personal and relatable. Everything in life is a story, we focus on bringing to life the imagination, enabling to viewer to feel and relate. In everything we watch there is a part of our own lives and experiences which enables us to think.

Our first feature length documentary Beyond the Beach – The Hell and the Hope made its world premiere by invitation at the Venice Film Festival. Filmed in Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, Italy and off the coast of Libya, we give a voice to migrants and refugees through the work of Italian NGO Emergency and their mission to provide medical assistance to the victims of war and poverty.

Our slate of projects includes dramas, comedies and documentary series, each providing insight, inspiration and a fresh perspective. We work with both up and coming writing talent as well as Academy Award Nominated and Emmy winning experienced talent.

The Dover Street Team

Kathy A LoPrimo
Producer and Co-Founder

Kathy is one of the founders of Dover Street and an accomplished writer and producer. Kathy is the creative force behind the diverse Dover Street slate.

Graeme A Scott
Director and Co-Founder

Graeme is a co-founder of Dover Street as well as a director and producer. Graeme has a background in entertainment having managed and developed Sam Smith.

Hebe Cockcroft
Production Head

Hebe is production head for Dover Street Entertainment having worked on our first feature film ‘Beyond the Beach’ as well as our slate of projects.

Industry Advisors

Caroline Goodall
Actor, Screenwriter and Producer

Caroline is an English actress and screenwriter. She was nominated for AFI Awards for her roles in the 1989 miniseries Cassidy, and the 1995 film Hotel Sorrento. Her other film appearances include Hook, Cliffhanger, Schindler’s List, Disclosure, White Squall, The Princess Diaries and The Best of Me. Caroline wrote and produced the 2020 feature film Bay of Silence staring Brian Cox, Claes Bang and Olga Kurylenko.