Eric Coulter's first production job was unit runner on Bill Forsyth's Gregory's Girl (1981):

Throughout the 1980s and 90s, Eric worked on dozens of films, commercials and music videos, including this one for Paul McCartney's 1984 hit No More Lonely Nights:

Eric was Line Producer for Gillies MacKinnon's 1997 film Regeneration, which was nominated for a BAFTA and several international awards:

Eric won "Best Drama" BAFTAs in 1999 and 2000 for the The Cops (known in the US as Stanton Blues), made by World Productions for the BBC:

Between 2001 and 2009, Eric was Executive Producer of the long-running STV drama series Taggart, shown in dozens of territories world-wide:

Eric was Executive Producer of Rebus for STV, based on the best-selling novels by Ian Rankin and nominated for three Scottish BAFTAs:

Eric also commissioned and was Executive Producer of High Times for STV. This innovative returning series won the 2004 BAFTA Scotland award for Best Drama and was nominated for several international awards:

Also for STV, Eric commissioned and was Executive Producer of Cracked, winner of the Mind Mental Health Media Awards 2009 for Best TV Drama.


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Produced by Independent Media Inc for Martin|Williams
Director: Elias H. Merhige. DOP: Yorick Le Saux
Executive Producer: Susanne Preissler
UK Production Company: Lucky Strike London
Scotland Services/Office: Eric Coulter & SurefireTV

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