Why join the Production Guild of Great Britain?

Join as a member, and we’ll connect you with leading professionals working in production. PGGB members are working right now across TV drama and feature films from low budget independent British films to major US studio features.

Benefits of being a Production Guild member

As a PGGB member you will enjoy numerous benefits including enhanced work opportunities, exclusive invitations to events and seminars, as well as access to valuable resources and content.  

Keep up with our comprehensive production database

As a member you will have access to the most comprehensive database of UK film and television production in prep and development.

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Improve your work opportunities

You can considerably improve your work opportunities through our availability service and jobs page which is used and trusted by international and UK producers and HoDs.

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Member Resources and Offers

You will be kept up to date with new industry legislation, important updates, first-hand information for both PG and the wider industry and exclusive membership offers.

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Our members attend exclusive Production Guild events and seminars throughout the year. This enables members to network with their peers and develop their production skills.

Summer networking drinks at The Farm
Thu 5th Jul 2018 7:00pm

It was great to see so many members and company affiliates at our Summer networking drinks which took place place at The Farm Group's fantastic bar and roof terrace.

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Shooting on 65mm – Full transparency
Thu 6th Sep 2018 12:00am

Join us for an evening celebrating all things celluloid with Digital Orchard and the BSC. Cinematographers will understand how beautiful large-format is to shoot on and our event partners - Digital Orchard - want to show you this up-close, demonstrating…

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The Production Guild Awards 2018
Sat 22nd Sep 2018 6:30pm

Join the best in UK production by booking your table at this year's Production Guild Awards in association with Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden. We are now taking bookings for seats and tables at this prestigious event taking place on 22nd September 2018…

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The Production Guild is the backbone of any production here in the UK, offering help and advice to its members in all departments. It is going from strength to strength and I am proud to be a member.

Sue Quinn, Supervising Location Manager, The Legend of Tarzan, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Edge of Tomorrow

New releases from PGGB Members

Read about the latest new releases and see what Production Guild members have been working on. You can also see the business partners and affiliate companies that have worked on these productions. 

Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again - new releases

“I’ve been cheated by you since I don't know when, so I made up my mind, it must come to an end,” or not as the case may be in this week’s feature film releases from PG members as we’re transported back to Greece in an ABBA inspired tale about…

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Pin Cushion - new releases

In this week’s feature film release from PG members, British writer-director Deborah Haywood’s first feature examines the damage inflicted by bullying at all ages, and that for some, growing older does not mean growing up. Her tale sees a timidly…

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Swimming with Men: new releases

In this week’s feature film releases from PG members we are treated to unselfconscious moobs, guts and fading tattoos in an unlikely male synchronised swimming team. Elsewhere, a blind pianist making her way in London by scoring lurid thrillers finds…

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Departments and grades that we represent

We represent and support senior and junior professionals working across accounts, production, assistant directing, location management, post production and VFX.

Membership Types
Full Membership

In order to gain full membership you must have at least three scripted feature film and/or TV drama credits in the capacity for which you are applying.

Supplementary Membership

Supplementary membership is available to those working in production who do not have enough experience to join as a full Production Guild member.

Permanently Employed

If you are working in-house in production, permanently employed in film and TV or in a company that provides production services you can still become a member.

Overseas Membership

We welcome applications from those living outside of the UK. Overseas membership is available as both full or supplementary for those in film or TV drama.

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As a member based mainly outside mainland UK, I find The Production Guild’s resources invaluable for staying in touch with what’s happening with productions in London and elsewhere in the UK, as well as keeping up to date on all the industry guidelines.

Alison O'Leary, Financial Controller - Game of Thrones, Seasons 2, 3 and 4

The Application Process
Application Process

We will ask you for your relevant skills and experience, your film and TV drama credits and contact details for your referees. All of this information will be passed to the membership committee.

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Membership Costs

Annual membership subscription rates are £350 per year for full membership and £195 per year for supplementary membership. Overseas is £195 per year. There is an application fee of £100.

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Eligibility Criteria

In order to gain full membership you must have at least three feature film and/or TV drama credits in the capacity for which you are applying. For supplementary membership you will need one credit.

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If you meet the eligibility criteria you can apply for membership easily online. Each application goes through a rigorous application procedure with our Membership Committee. The deadlines for applications are Feb 1st, May 1st, Aug 1st and Nov 1st.

Membership Committee

The Membership Committee is set up to ensure that all new applicants meet the professional requirements needed to gain membership to The Production Guild. The committee consists of dedicated and experienced production professionals.

Close Up with Nathan Woods, Production Accountant

I regularly use the availability service when crewing up a new production. This service shows me what members are available for work, outlining their most up to date credits and work history - all of which helps to recruit the best production crew in the business.

Simon Emanuel, Producer - Solo: A Star Wars Story, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, UPM - Star Wars: Episode VII - the Force Awakens, Fast and Furious 6