Celebrate the best in UK production at the PG Awards 2018

The Production Guild Awards provides the opportunity for the best in UK film and TV drama production to come together to celebrate excellence.

The Production Guild Awards in association with Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, recognise the expertise, experience and excellence of Production Guild members working in film and television drama within the production office, production accounts, location management, VFX, post-production and assistant directing roles, and the people who support them..

Five awards will be presented to mark individual or team contributions to the UK film and TV drama industry at a ceremony, to be held at The Grove, Saturday 22 September 2018.

“The Production Guild Awards celebrate the vital part our members play in the creation of UK film and TV drama. The quality and calibre of recent UK productions are testament to their expertise and the part they play in enabling creative elements to reach new heights. Sustaining the supply of world-class crew is essential for the industry so I’m delighted to recognise both established contributors known for their support for new entrants, together with the new generation of production talent, for their combined roles in securing a competitive edge for future UK production.” Alison Small, CEO, The Production Guild

Production Guild Awards Winners 2016
Contribution to the Industry Winners - Hugh Whittaker and Jackie Rowden

Hugh Whittaker (pictured) and Jackie Rowden are this year’s joint winners of the Production Guild Contribution to the Industry Award, in association with Kodak.

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Inspiration Award Winner - Harriet Lawrence

Location manager Harriet Lawrence is this year’s winner of the Production Guild Inspiration Award in Association with Working Title.

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Team of the Year Award Winner - The Night Manager

The production team on The Night Manager have been announced as winners of the Production Guild Member/Team of the Year Award, in association with Panavision.

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Spotlight Award Winner - Pollyanna Gill

Assistant Accountant Pollyanna Gill is the winner of our new Award: the Production Guild Spotlight Award, in association with Pinewood MBS Lighting.

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Award Sponsors 2016

Thank you to the Sponsors of The Production Guild Awards in association with Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden 2016 which took place on the 24th September 2016 at The Grove.

Celebrating PG Members
Previous Award Winners 2015

The Production Guild Awards awards highlight the UK’s reputation and influence as a leading centre for film and TV production management and the destination of choice for international film and programme makers.

Inspiration Award Winner - Mairi Bett

Colleagues including Simon Pegg, Kris Thykier and Michelle Wright congratulate producer Mairi Bett who was awarded the Inspiration Award at the 2015 Production Guild Awards.

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Team of the Year Winners - 24: Live Another Day

The team on Twentieth Century Fox Television’s hit TV series 24: Live Another Day comprised a number of Production Guild Members, and was led by Producer, British Film Commission Chairman and PG board member Iain Smith.

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Rising Star Award Winner - Jessamyn Keogh

Colleagues congratulate Assistant Production Accountant, Jessamyn Keogh as she is named the Rising Star Award winner at the 2015 Production Guild Awards.

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Contribution to the Industry Award Winner - Roy Button OBE

Leading names in the industry including Tim Burton, Clint Eastwood, George Lucas, Ron Howard, Guy Ritchie and David Heyman congratulate Roy for winning the Contribution to the Industry Award at the 2015 Production Guild Awards.

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Award Video Messages

Leading producers, actors and directors in the industry congratulate Production Guild award winners from 2016, 2015 and 2014. This content is exclusive to PG members. If you are a Production Guild member, please log in to view the videos.

Previous Award Winners 2014

Re-launched in 2014, the awards highlight the UK’s reputation and influence as a leading centre for film and TV production management and the destination of choice for international film and programme makers.

Project Management Award Winner - Sue Quinn

Location Manager Sue Quinn, receives the Panavision Project Management Award, particularly for her work on Doug Liman’s Edge of Tomorrow for which she achieved the closure of Trafalgar Square, in order to create the dramatic scene where Tom Cruise’s…

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Contribution to the Industry Award Winner - Stephen Bristow

Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy, Ed Vaizey congratulates strategic policy advisor Stephen Bristow as he is awarded the Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden Contribution to the Industry Award

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Rising Star Award Winner - Hannah Godwin

Colleagues congratulate Production Supervisor, Hannah Godwin as she is named the British Film Commission Rising Star Award winner for her rapid career progression.

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Mentor Award Winner - Steve Clark-Hall

Colleagues congratulate Producer, Steve Clark-Hall as he receives the Creative Skillset Mentor Award in recognition of his dedication to assisting the career development of young producers and production crew

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Showreel - Producing Excellence
Hear from top production professionals working in feature film and TV drama production about how The Production Guild supports them and their work.
Featured members
Harriet Lawrence - Location Manager

Location Manager Harriet Lawrence talks to us about ‘the best job’ in the world and how she’s hugely proud of all the Assistant Location Manager trainees she’s helped train. Harriet’s credits include My Cousin Rachel, Suffragette, Burton and…

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Teresa Darby - Location Manager

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.

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Terence Clegg - Line Producer

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.

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