Pact, the UK producers group, has confirmed that the 2006 PactCouncil elections have confirmed the following council leaders. Alex Graham ofWall to Wall will serve as chair; Malcolm Brinkworthof Touch Productions will serve as vice chair, TV; Andrea Calderwoodof Slate Films will serve as vice chair, film; Jonathan Peel of Millimages UK will serve as vice chair, animation; andAnthony Lilley of Magic Lantern will serve as vice chair, interactive media.

All of the executives wereunopposed for the elections, and their posts had previously been announced inSeptember. The roles take effect in January 2006.

Making up therest of the council, which handles Pact's policymaking, are the following people(selected from 56 producers who had put themselves forward):

Jane Bevan, Films Of Record
Andrew Brann, The TV Corporation
Andrew Critchley, Red Production Company
Christine Corner, Baker Tilly
Lenny Crooks, Glasgow Film Office
Huw Eurig Davies, Boomerang
David Frank, RDF
Eileen Gallagher, Shed Productions
Stephen Garret, Kudos Productions
Charlie Gauvain, Eye Film AndTelevision
Michael Hurll, Michael HurllTelevision
Medwyn Jones, Harbottle& Lewis
Allan MacDonald, MNE Television
Philip Morrow, Wild Rover Productions
Louise Pedersen, All3Media International
Nik Powell, ScalaProductions
Nick Rosen, Vivum Intelligent Media
Andre Singer, West Park Pictures
David Strachan, Tern Television Productions
Neil Thompson, Formosa Films
Patrick Uden, Uden Media
Beryl Vertue, HartswoodFilms
Conrad Withey, The Rights Company
Andrew Zein, Tiger Aspect

"Once again I'm delighted at the on-going commitment and involvement of suchhigh quality industry executives on Pact Council," said John McVay, chief executive of Pact. "This year we had a recordnumber of votes, which confirms members support of thework of Pact and the Council. I look forward to working with them all in 2006.Thanks must go, however, go to our retiring chair Andrew Zeinand vice chairs David Frank and Margaret Matheson,all of whom who have done a fantastic job this year."