The Sermon wins Best Editing @ Hollyshorts

Hollyshorts have very graciously awarded The Sermon and myself BEST EDITING at the 14th edition of their film festival in Hollywood California.

It was a lovely surprise and very touching to have both mine and the entire crew's work recognised on the film.


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Xavier Corbero Screens in Competition @ SXSW 2018

Nathalie Biancheri's tender portrait of Catalonian sculptor Xavier Corbero that I edited, will compete at South by Southwest's Film Festival in the documentary shorts competition.

Shot in the last year of Corbero's life, he lets the director and the audience into the tender and nuanced moments of his life that defined him and made him the man he came to be.


The Unseen Release

Gary Sinyor's film The Unseen, on which I served as editor is to be released through Network distribution on February 12th through; iTunes, Sky, Amazon Prime and on DVD.

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The Unseen Premiere

Today Gary Sinyor's film THE UNSEEN which I served as editor on earlier this year has it's premiere in Leceister Square's VUE cinema.

It is due for it's cinematic release on the 15th December.


Rise of the Footsoldier 3 Released

Carnaby International has released Rise of the Footsoldier 3 which I was the assembly editor for during the shoot. The edit was completed by Gabriel Foster Prior and William Gilbey.



County Lines - In the News

County Lines and its director Henry Blake have been in the news over the last few months due to the films subject matter striking a chord with current affairs in London and afar. The abuse of inner-city teenagers through their use as drug dealers and mules across England is a topic close to Henry's heart and something he wanted to portray on film.

After a year of hard work, both from Henry and producers Victoria Bavister and David Broder the film has begun to shine a light on this ignored topic and brought it to the foreground of cultural discussion with articles in The Telegraph and Evening Standard newspapers and a radio interview with Rachael Venables on LBC radio.

The Evening Standard

The Evening Standard

The Telegraph

The Telegraph

Henry Blake, interviewed by Rachael Venables on LBC Radio

Henry Blake, interviewed by Rachael Venables on LBC Radio

This Far Up Wins BAFTA Cymru

Ewan Jones-Morris short 'This Far Up' , that I edited took home the BAFTA for Best Short Film at the BAFTA Cymru awards show on Saturday night.

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This Far Up nomination - BAFTA Cymru 2017

The short film I edited last year, THIS FAR UP, for Welsh director Ewan Jones-Morris has been nominated for a BAFTA Cymru for Best Short Film

This Far Up was developed through the Beacons short film scheme, and produced by fellow NFTS Alumni Miranda Ballesteros.

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Sundance Film Festival UK 2017

Mother will be playing as part of this years Sundance Film Festival UK on the 4th June.                                 A short review of the festival as well as of the film it self was featured in today's Timeout London.

Another Mother's Son

Bill Kenwright's production of Another Mother's Son had it's premiere last night. I provided Additional Editing for the film in the latter stages of the post production process for it's editor Mark Trend.

The film is being released across the country on 24th March by Vertigo Films Releasing.

Mother screens at London Film Festival 2016

Mother, directed by Leo Leigh will play in the London Film Festival as part of their Only Wanna Laugh short film section. The film will screen twice during the festival.

Saturday 8th October 2016 @ 6.30pm in Picturehouse Central

Tuesday 11th October 2016 @ 8.40PM in BFI Southbank

BAFTA Shorts Tour 2016

After the BAFTA nomination for MANOMAN, you can now watch the film in a cinema near you
with the BAFTA Shorts Tour. Below is a link to the cinemas that the tour will visit.