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.
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.
As a member you will have access to the most comprehensive database of UK film and television production in prep and development.Find out more
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.Find out more
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.Click Here
I feel I am part of an organisation that represents the voice of the whole production process to government, the UK industry and internationally. I also value being kept up to date with industry news and the opportunity to meet other production professionals.
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.
Our members and industry partners attend exclusive Production Guild events and seminars throughout the year. This enables members to network with their peers and develop their production skills.
We kicked off the festive season in style this year at the Production Guild Christmas Drinks at the stunning Palm Court at The Langham. Thank you to Pinewood Studios for sponsoring the eventLearn More
Representing a paradigm shift for the film and television industries, this event examined the opportunities presented by Blockchain technology, an application that streamlines the process from content creation to distribution, allowing filmmakers, distributors,…Learn More
Thank you to PG affiliate company Saffery Champness for hosting our Making Tax Digital Seminar. Thank you also to their partner and National Head of VAT, David McGeachy and James Bramsdon, Film & TV tax specialist.Learn More
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.
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 is available to those working in production who do not have enough experience to join as a full Production Guild member.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Film and TV support line launches
The Film & Television Charity has launched its new Film & TV Support Line for those working in film & TV. It covers a range of issues including financial difficulties and mental health. Call free on 0800 054 00 00 night or day.
Terence Clegg shares his experience of working closely with Lord Attenborough, bringing Gandhi to the screen, the perfection of Shadowlands and why never to send an angry email until the next day.Learn More
Location Manager Teresa Darby talks to us about how she began her career in Costa Rica, what she looks for when hiring and the role of a Location Manager. Teresa’s credits include The Mummy, Heart of the Sea, Maleficent and Snow White and the Huntsman.Learn More
From Mail Boy to Executive Producer, Anthony Waye discusses making over ninety films, the changing face of production, and missing out on one of the greatest films of all time. Anthony's credits include The Elephant Man, Casino Royale and Star Wars:…Learn More