Kristina Esposito

Producer/ Production Manager

Kristina Esposito is a producer with her company KEME Productions. She is a graduate of York University’s theatre program where she studied Devised Theatre. As co-owner of KEME Productions, she has produced award winning content on stage and on screen. Cover Song, a musical she conceptualized and produced, won the Patron’s Choice Award for the London Fringe Festival.

On screen, she has produced a number of shorts that have played across North America. She was one of Reel World Film Festival’s Emerging 20 with her short Captive Love. The film later premiered at the TIFF Bell Lightbox on opening night of the Italian Contemporary Film Festival. She also conceptualized and produced Virtual Hitman, which screened at various festivals including Philadelphia Comic Con, FanExpo, and the Vancouver Asian Film Festival where it won Best Canadian Short. As an independent producer she produced IRL The Series, which premiered on Bell Media’s FibeTV1 and won best Web Series at the Los Angeles Film Awards.  Kristina produced her first feature film, What Lies Below starring Mena Suvari, and Trey Tucker which premiered on Netflix and quickly rose to #1 in the USA in its first week.  She recently completed Adult Adoption, a feature film directed by Karen Knox and written by Ellie Moon.  The film will it the festival circuit in 2022.

Kristina also works as a production manager, most recently on the CBC Gem original ‘Homeschooled’ produced by Portfolio Entertainment and Boss & Co.

Kristina is currently developing a number of projects. From Toronto, to Los Angeles to New York, her work has brought her all over North America, and she continues to work on a number of projects across the continent. Her goal is to tell universal stories in a different light.

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Fresh, never-seen locations, access to hard-to-book spaces like our airport and university, and a warm welcome for filming with plenty of support services… London, Ontario is open for business to the film and television industry for productions large and small.   

London can be whenever or wherever you want us to be. We have streetscapes and architecture that can stand in for cities across North America. Gorgeous in any season, ‘The Forest City’ is the 11th largest metropolitan area in Canada, capable of hosting any size of production. Our anchor position in Southwestern Ontario gives us access to rural, agricultural and unique small townscapes.  

We’re only 2 hours down the highway from Toronto, 1 ½ hours from Hamilton, and have an international airport, GoTrain and Via Rail access. Best of all, we boast a strong and growing local talent and crew capability. Our film office and the city are dedicated to providing location support, smooth permitting, access to reasonable accommodations and a positive production experience for local, national and international filmmakers. 

Call to let us help find the perfect locations for your next film or TV project. 

Interested in filming on City of London-owned properties? 

The City is here to assist with navigating policies and procedures associated with filming on City properties including parks, roads, sidewalks, and City-owned facilities/buildings. 

For more information please visit

 https://london.ca/sites/default/files/2020-09/Filming%20Policy.pdf 

Or contact Krista Broderick at:

kbroderi@london.ca or 519-661-2489 x 2379.