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31/10/2005

The Mob Film Company open office in Leeds

The Mob Film Company has announced the opening of an office in Leeds, Mob North.
The Mob Film Company was co-founded seven years ago by John Brocklehurst, Vadim Jean and Ian Sharples and has established itself as one of London’s leading production companies. Mob North will offer their clients the same experience and quality production that the London office currently provides.
Mob North is the only high-end commercials company that operates fully within the Yorkshire region. Links with the London office allow Mob North to offer award-winning London directors at regional prices.
Mob North will also act as a cost effective base for London staff when regional jobs are undertaken, or filming is taking place somewhere within the north of England.
In the future Mob North intends, with the help and experience of Mob London, to extend its expertise beyond commercials to encompass documentaries, broadcast programmes and features.
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