Northern Ireland

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The Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB) is continuing its roll out of new PGGB National and Regional Committees, reflective of the unprecedented boom in film and High-end TV production across the UK. The new Committees are intended to provide a strong voice for the interests of those working in production in each region or nation whilst also enabling targeted support to strengthen the workforce around the country.

The initial six centres are located in: Bristol and the South West, North West, Yorkshire, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. Each centre will comprise of industry-leading and influential committee designed to engage and benefit the region, highlight opportunities and will include our availability list service. The philosophy of PGGB HQ will be very evident in all the National and Regional (N&R) centres, with members, partners and affiliates coming together in a unique and compelling way.

Read the press release for the launch of our Northern Ireland Committee here and the featured article in Screen Daily here

Our sincere thanks to Sargent-Disc for sponsoring PGGB's Northern Ireland Committee.

Meet the Northern Ireland committee below:

Northern Ireland Committee

Chair - Amanda Black

Amanda is a freelance Producer working for Mammoth Screen at present on World on Fire which plans to shoot in Belfast. She has lived and worked in Belfast on and…

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Vice Chair - Paula Crickard

Paula has worked in the film industry for almost 30 years, debuting as award-winning documentary director in 1994 with Northern Visions in Belfast. She has performed…

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Vice Chair - Michael Kilpatrick

Michael is an emerging Production Accountant who started his career on Game of Thrones and has since worked on feature films and HETV shows such as Dungeons &…

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Darren Chesney

Darren started out working in documentary and light entertainment before moving to drama in 2009 as a camera trainee on the BBC’s Doctor Who in 2009 in Cardiff.…

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Richard Henry

Richard Henry is a freelance production accountant with 17 years’ experience in the film & television industry, where he has worked on over 50 productions.…

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Naomi Liston

Naomi Liston started her career in Scotland as a runner carving her teeth on Tartan Shorts, a development scheme run by the then Scottish Screen. Shortly after…

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Louise Morrison

Louise Morrison has worked in film and TV for going on two decades. She is a Production Accountant PGGB and Irish Institute of Training and Development (IITD) consultant,…

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Stacey Quigley

Stacey is a highly experienced and well-respected Belfast based UPM. Over the past 15 years she has worked on feature films and HETV productions throughout the…

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