If you could work on any film or TV show what would it be?

If you could work on any film or TV show what would it be? While there are so many to choose from, I asked some of the team what they would have worked on if they had the chance. Let us know what you would like to have worked on in the comments below.

Josh

Great question, there are legitimately so many programmes I would have loved to be a part of. I think one of the ones that stands out is Roswell. I feel the stories and characters were so interesting and well thought out. It would’ve been great to be a member of that team.

Anthony

“I would have loved to be involved on the release of the Ghostbusters movie in 2016. Yes, the PR and Marketing team had a big budget, but they got it so right and it was undoubtedly a fun PR campaign to work on.

Having our offices next to Waterloo station, we benefitted from seeing the Marshmallow Man emerge from under the station and I must admit, he made me jump as I slurped my morning Latte Macchiato. With additional green slime adorning the famous commuter platforms, the impact was huge and it had blanket coverage globally.

Sony also cleverly partnered with SnapChat with various movie features and  it really helped to raise interest in the movie. Sadly, the film itself failed to live up to the hype created and did poorly in the box office. But the PR & Marketing teams produced an Oscar worthy performance.”

Susan

If I could work on any film or TV show, I would like to work with the format “Location,location,location” and  “antique bargain”. “Location”  is not just about people looking for a house/flat, actually they are looking for where they can set up a new home. It’s very challenging and exciting and different families would have various needs through these process. We can see how they decide and choose the places for their new homes. It’s an interesting process, and I would love to be one of the development/production team.

The “Antique bargain” format is full of history and stories. Usually there are two teams to look for the real valuable antique, some of them are not real so the team players need a kind of professional knowledge. Sometimes they need to rely on their instinct to have a judgement. Very interesting to explore this field, since I am fond of history and always love to hear the behind stories of some historical families.

Stuart

I’d love to be in the BBC’s Marigold Hotel although I’m hoping I’m a bit too young yet! I love India and they always cast really interesting people. They have all lead fascinating lives and would have some awesome stories.  I’d never be bored!

Ajeta

Working on any TV/movie set would be an exhilarating experience. However if I had to pick one, it would be ‘Parks and Recreation’. It’s not only a funny show to watch but from what I’ve heard and seen, it was also a very fun set to work on. You spend so much time working long hours on a set with so many people, it is very important to make that experience fun.

Katie

Even though I picked this question, when it came to actually answering it, I found it very difficult to think of just one film or TV show that I would want to have been a part of. There are so many to choose from and even choosing between a genre was hard. If I could work on any film or TV show, I would have to choose Harry Potter. It allows for so much creativity. Plus, with there being so many, at least you know you had a few to do! In terms of a TV show, as there has been such a spike in how good the drama has been across all channels, it was a hard decision, but probably Game of Thrones.


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