Producer

Hygge in London

Ask any Dane “what’s the most important word in Danish?” and he or she will probably say ‘hygge’. We will then try to claim that this word can’t be translated into any other language, but for the purpose of this blog I will do my best to at least explain it.

Hygge, pronounced ‘hue-gah’ (but not really), is used by Danes to acknowledge a moment of pure cosiness. It’s that warm fuzzy feeling you get when you look around a room and realise that there’s no

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Inside a Production company: A runner’s POV (Part II)

Ever wondered what a Production Runner’s life was really like? Alex recalls some of the craziest situations he’s been in…

>> If you haven’t read the first part of this series yet, click here <<
Sharpygate:
I was In Ryman’s and there were no Sharpies in sight. I asked the shop assistant where they were. He told me they were out of stock and had been for a while. “Probably time to get some in, then”, I thought to myself smugly. Time to head to WH Smith. None

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The Secret Diary of a Producer

Dear Reader,

I hope you don’t feel misled by the click bait title – after all, when you Google ‘The Secret Diary…’ the first suggestion that comes up is ‘…of a Call Girl’ – so bloody well done if you managed to resist the pull of temptation and have found yourself on this article instead (or even afterwards).

Unfortunately, I won’t be divulging anything near as interesting as that, but I do hope to shed some light on the murky underbelly of producing.

Of course I joke, we’re

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