The Production Office gets its first Execs on board, and notes on new feedback

ProdOffMug Feedback for last Thursdays show has been terrific, and we are already assimilating your ideas for the next ‘Production Office’. The next one will be live on Thursday April 29th at 7.30pm UK time – and we have some big announcements about exciting changes to the show too. Tune in here…

And if you missed the shows, we now have a ‘catch up TV’ widget on the blog, here just to the left.

We would also like to announce that we have our first TWO Executive Producers for the show. They will be receiving plugs on the show, graphics on our holding pages (viewed by 2,000 visitors a week) and of course, our very own shiny ‘official’ production office mug, destined to become a collectors item. If you want to sign up to become an exec producer of a future show, you can do it here. It’s only £30 (and you can Exec a friend as a gift)!

OK our first new Exec is…

Damien the extremely talented Damien Donnelly (left), all the way from Ireland, and one of our Gone Fishing Associate Producers. You can read more about Damien here… Anhd follow him on Facebook here.

Woody And our second new Exec is the very lovely Richard Wood (aka Woody – right) from Leofric Films LTD – I know him personally from the Coventry event I did a few weeks back which he organized through his Call The Shots group. Great guy and REALLY pushing his community of film makers to achieve more. You can follow him on Twitter here and Facebook here.

In the meantime, here’s some of the comments left in our post show feedback survey.

UPDATE! Now includes super important review from MY MUM!

Mum 'I felt very thrilled as I watched 'The Production Office' on Thursday last. I was very proud of you Chris and Judy, your enthusiasm and knowledge is astounding and you deserve every success. There was loads of fun to be had in spite of the technical problems which were soon resolved. Your two guests, Jan Dunn and Allin Kempthorne, were excellent, offering so much advice, not forgetting Gen, lovely to see her. And many thanks to James and Pete. Good luck for the next 'show''
Chris' Mum

Rod 'I'm always late for this part, because I can't watch the show live on Thursday evenings. And by the time I have watched, you have already posted your reviews. Perhaps I should leave a review in anticipation of next week's show :-)'
Rod Duncan, Writer

Imges‘Kudos to you Chris for being always the pioneer with the risks and challenges of that position. I still remember my first ever guerrilla filmmaking workshop at Ealing Studios, more than 10 years ago, it changed everything, suddenly it was a lot more about "doing" than talking about it. The Production Office could become something big, better than film school, Thanks for starting it!'Natascia Radice, Italian now in Dubai, writer/director

Tom‘You had a propper low-low-ultra-low-what-budget?-low-low-micro-low-budget film maker on the show – great for complete newbies like myself! Brilliant live shows – feels very hands-on and personal and very interactive with the chat thing going on at the same time, even though you're miles away!'
m Welham, near Brighton UK, Bus driver by day – filmmaker by night! Keep up the good work!

Richard ‘Once again Chris and company pull the rabbit out of the hat! The show was informative and with good humour. The active participation by the audience makes this stand out amongst it's contemporaries. Good fun, good atmosphere despite technical hitches.’
Richard Purves Writer/Director and now Producer too!

OK, remember to tune into the show on Thursday, 7.30pm UK time at

Onwards and upwards!

Chris Jones, Film Maker and Author

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