The first Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB) National and Regional Committees to launch was the PGGB Bristol and South West England Committee, sponsored by Facilities By ADF and Netflix. It is chaired by producer Christine Healy, COO of Bristol-based High End TV scripted production company Watford & Essex (founded by The Spanish Princess and The White Princess showrunners Emma Frost and Matthew Graham in partnership with Legendary Global Television) and Chair of the ScreenSkills’ High-end TV Skills Council. The Vice Chairs are experienced Bristolian Line Producer Ben Greenacre (The Trial of Christine Keeler, The Pale Horse, Fortitude) and Cardiff-based Production Accountant Jennine Baker (War of the Worlds, The One, Kiri). Committee members include Bristol City Council’s Senior Bristol Film Manager Laura Aviles who oversees the management of The Bottle Yard Studios and Bristol Film Office; and Bath-based producer Mia Martell (Blood and Oil, The Passion, Ben Hur).
Read the press release for the launch of our Bristol and the South West Committee
Find out more about our first in-person event for the new Bristol and South West Committee this week, sponsored by Netflix and Facilities by ADF.
Mia Martell is a Producer and Pragmatic Optimist. She has worked on over 50 film and television productions, numerous TVC and digital productions and…
Ben Greenacre is currently (12th December ‘21) in Belfast producing ‘Tom Jones’, a four-part series by Mammoth for PBS and ITV. A Bristol…
Christine is COO of Watford & Essex, the Bristol-based UK Scripted HETV production company, where she oversees the commercial, operational and production…
Laura oversees the Council’s film strategy and is responsible for the management of The Bottle Yard Studios and Bristol Film Office. She manages day to…
Cardiff-based Production Accountant Jennine Baker (War of the Worlds, The One, Kiri).