N.I Committee

The second Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB) National and Regional Committees to launch was The PGGB Northern Ireland Committee, sponsored by Sargent-Disc (a Cast & Crew Company). It is chaired by Belfast-based freelance producer Amanda Black, who is currently producing Mammoth Screen’s upcoming second series of BBC One World War II drama World on Fire. Vice Chairs are: Paula Crickard, Head of Post-Production at Nu Boyana Studios and a producer whose feature film credits include Everton, Howards Way (2019) and BIFA-nominated Winter (2015); and emerging Production Accountant Michael Kilpatrick whose credits include Game of Thrones and upcoming Florian Zeller feature The Son starring Hugh Jackman and Anthony Hopkins. Committee members are: Production Manager Darren Chesney (The School for Good and Evil, The Northman); Production Accountant Richard Henry (Rush, Cats); Location Manager Naomi Liston (The Northman, Game of Thrones); Louise Morrison, a Production Accountant working in production development and Training Consultant currently delivering ScreenSkills’ UK Assistant Production Accountant Apprenticeship; and Production Manager Stacey Quigley (Invasion, Dungeons & Dragons).


Read the press release for the launch of our Northern Ireland Committee here.  


If you would like to be a part of our Nations and Regions Committees, please email pg@productionguild.com

The Northern Ireland Committee

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…

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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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Paula Crickard

Vice Chair

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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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