We, The Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB) have announced the members of our North West England Committee, the third of six National and Regional Committees being established by the leading UK membership body for production professionals, in response to the continuing boom in film and High-end TV production across the UK. 

The PGGB North West England Committee is sponsored by Space Studios Manchester, Panavision and Netflix. It will be chaired by Cheshire-based producer Paul Munn, who is currently producing children’s drama A Kind of Spark for BBC Children’s, 9 Story Media Group and LS Productions, based on the award-winning book by neurodivergent children’s author Elle McNicoll. Paul’s other credits include the upcoming ITV/Masterpiece adaptation of Henry Fielding’s classic novel Tom Jones, which he recently line produced. Vice Chairs are Lynn Saunders, Director of Liverpool Film Office. Committee members are: Dean Oram, Panavision UK’s Regional Manager and Head of TV Drama; and Crispin Hardy, Managing Director, Location One. 

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Chair: Paul Munn


Paul is currently producing A Kind of Spark at Tatton Studios in Cheshire, a ten-part drama series for 9 Story Media, CBBC Television and LS Productions.…

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Vice Chair: Lynn Saunders

Director, Liverpool Film Office

With over 30 years’ experience developing and promoting the screen sector in the UK, primarily in the Northwest of England, Lynn Saunders has led the…

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Dean Oram

Regional Manager / Head of TV Drama, Panavision UK

Dean’s career began in 1991 when he joined equipment supplier Cine Europe, starting in shipping and receiving before going on to become a key member of…

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Crispin Hardy

Managing Director

Crispin is the Founder and MD of Location One Ltd, suppliers of location equipment and services. In 2012 Crispin and his team opened their Manchester…

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