Gina Marsh started her career in the early days of Channel 4’s multi-cultural programming working on international arts series Rear Window and Derek Jarman’s film Wittgenstein. She went on to line-produce Kevin MacDonald’s Touching the Void and Nick Broomfield’s Ghosts. Experience in extreme environments and foreign language films led to working in the Arctic on Asif Kapadia’s film Far North and in Malta on Alejandro Amenabar’s film Agora. In recent years Gina has freelance line-produced a series of high-end TV drama including Broadchurch and A Very English Scandal. In January 2018 she joined global production company SISTER as a Production Executive and has recently worked on The Split and Giri Haji.
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF PERFECT JOY?
Standing on the deck of the ferry to Gozo and seeing the delightful harbour of Mgarr get closer with tiny boats bobbing in the sunshine.
WHICH BOOK HAVE YOU READ THE MOST TIMES?
Madame Bovary is a truly profound and tragic tale of a misguided and deluded woman – a cautionary tale perhaps but more of a reminder how we must never take our freedom, economic or otherwise, for granted.
WHAT DO YOU REGARD AS THE LOWEST DEPTH OF MISERY?
Sitting at unit base in a windswept car park in driving rain in the middle of the night and taking a call we’re going into overtime.
WHO HAS THE GREATEST VOICE (SPOKEN OR SINGING)?
Without question George Michael, the voice of an angel, he would even eclipse Elton John in a duet.