In this week's new release from PGGB members, The Pursuit of Love graces our screens this Sunday on BBC One. The Production was awarded a special mention in the PGGB Innovation Special Contribution to the Industry category at last year's PGGB innovation Awards. The production team overcame a raft of challenges to become one of the first High-End TV projects to resume production in the UK after lockdown, including deciphering early sanitary protocols, coordinating location shifts and holding on to in-demand talent. Filming for the three-part mini-series successfully restarted in July last year on location in the Bristol and Bath area and at The Bottle Yard Studios, before wrapping in October.
NEW TELEVISION RELEASES
THE PURSUIT OF LOVE
Moonage Pictures / Amazon Studios
Frith Tiplady - Producer
Ian Hogan - Line Producer
PGGB company partners:
Audiolink - supplied walkie-talkie rentals and cellular rentals
Team Engine - Digital Onboarding, Timecard and Fit-to-work systems
Above The Line Set Assistance & Security - security
PGGB company affiliates and partners:
Mission Digital - DIT Services, Near Set Dailies Services and Virtual Production - Ncam services.
Team Engine - Digital Onboarding, Timecard and Fit-to-work systems.
Audiolink - supplied walkie-talkie hire and cellular hire.
SetKeeper - production solutions.
FILMS ON RELEASE
See Saw Films
Robert How – Co Producer
Sam Margaritis – Head of Production (Head of Production/Post for Digital Orchard )
Casper Mill – Location Manager
Polly Jeffries - Production Supervisor
Lesley Ann Halls – Assistant Accountant
Mark Gladwin – Location Scout
Maja Wlodarczyk – Contracts Assistant
Media Insurance Brokers Limited - arranged the insurances for this film
SetKeeper - production office software
Sapex Scripts - prepared the CDSSL as well as the disability access files
FilmFixer- Camden Film Office