The Chameleon

Set in the early 1980s, fear grips a small American town when a cunning, manipulative sociopath emerges from the shadows. Targeting young females with his irresistible charm, The Chameleon carefully covers his tracks by masking his identity with multiple disguises, while the authorities race against the clock to save a survivor who has been his captive for 12 days. Watch the trailer -here-

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October Films’ The Chameleon has now won 2 awards at Sydney Indie Film Festival for best Production Design and Best Film.  It has also won a bronze leaf at the Mexico Film Festival and Best feature Film at the British Independent Film Festival!

Our congratulations to October Films and To Paul Holland who edited the film.

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George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces Series 6

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George Clarke travels the country looking for new and interesting spaces made in ways that are unique. He also sets about making his own designs.  From people making homes out of shipping containers, horseboxes and old buses, to those building tiny huts or incredible tree houses in the middle of the woods, this series celebrates the small space innovators.

Roy Williams and Belle Borgeaud both worked on this brilliant series, there are only two episodes left, if you missed any catch up on 4OD!

Catch the final next Thursday 3rd November on Channel 4.

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Married at First Sight Series 2

Would you marry a stranger you first meet on your wedding day? A group of singletons put their trust in a panel of experts to help them find their perfect match. Can science help us fall in love?

Married at First Sight is back, with our editors, Belle Borgeaud, Miles Green and Alex Archer all working on the new series.

Check it out on Channel 4, Tuesdays at 9pm or you can catch series 1 on 4OD, click here!

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Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2016

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The search is on for the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year with the first programme of the new series transmitted at 8pm on Tuesday, October 11.

The competition sees artists across the country compete to paint a winning landscape. This is the second series of the show, which is produced by London and Glasgow-based independent production company Storyvault Films. Last year’s LAOTY was the best-performing, non-scripted series of all time and second-biggest series ever for Sky Arts. The series is presented by Frank Skinner and Joan Bakewell – a leading figure in the arts. The show not only highlights the tremendous artistic talent from every corner of Britain and Ireland, but also how the beautiful British countryside has inspired past and present generations of artists.

Congratulations to our editors Aidan Sansom, Trevor Smith, Dave Berezai and Becky Solomon who all worked on the series.

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If you need help finding music…

Matt from Focus is happy to deal with Satusfaction Editors in regards to production music for TV, commercials, films, trailers etc.

Focus have over 225,000 tracks in their catalogue (and if there is ever anything you need then they will definitely have it!) and they are also happy to do all the music searching for you for free and they can get together a playlist for you with a really quick turnaround.

For more info please speak to Matt –  / 07584 587 932 or 020 77 22 33 99

Link to website – here –

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An Editor’s Audience with Avid

When: Thursday 29th September 2016 • 6.30pm onwards

Where: 8 Golden Square, Soho, London W1F 9HY
Our good friends Halo Post Productions will be holding an Avid Q and A.

Specifically aimed at Avid editors and hosted by Jigsaw 24 at their excellent events space in Golden Square.

With IBC happening this weekend, they will have all the latest Avid announcements from Amsterdam along with a recap of the latest features announced at this year’s NAB, at their event which is aimed specifically at Avid Media Composer/Symphony editors.

They will have a Q&A session with Avid tech staff as well as some hands on time with the latest software. So if you’ve got any burning questions, or haven’t yet had chance to get to grips with the latest version of Avid and its new layout and toolsets, or maybe you just fancy a drink and some networking time with your peers, then RSVP with Halo.

The event kicks off at 6.30pm, so don’t forget to have your questions at the ready.

Here’s the plan…

6.30pm: Registration

7.00pm – 7.30pm: The latest from Avid

7.30pm – 7.45pm: Q&A

7.45pm – 9.30pm: Food, drinks, networking and hands on time with latest media composer features.

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The UK preview screening of Sour Grapes will be 15th September!

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Controversy erupts when an unassuming young man floods the American wine market with fake vintages valued in the millions, bamboozling the wine world elite, in this humorous and suspenseful tale of an ingenious con on the eve of the 2008 stock market crash.

Charlie Webb was the edit assistant on this brilliant documentary which we had the pleasure of seeing at this year’s Sheffield documentary festival.

Tickets can be found here

See the trailer here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNKo7oHK-_Y&feature=youtu.be

 

Awards! Reggie Yates: Extreme Russia

Congratulations to our very own Charlie Hawryliw, who edited Episode 1 (Far Right and Proud) of Reggie Yates: Extreme Russia.


*Winner of Best Factual Programme – Edinburgh TV Awards* and *Winner of Best Multi-channel Programme – Broadcast Awards* Congratulations Charlie, Reggie and all at Sundog Pictures!

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Check it out on BBC iPlayer

Grierson Trust Awards 2016 Shortlist Announced!

Congratulations to all of our editors who have worked on the Documentaries shortlisted for this year’s Grierson Trust Awards:

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Best Documentary on a Contemporary Theme – Domestic

Nick Follows – The Age of Loneliness

Graham Taylor – Chemsex

Best Documentary on a Contemporary Theme – International 

Graham Taylor – Children of the Gaza War

Best Documentary on Current Affairs

Graham Taylor – Exposure: Saudi Arabia Uncovered

Best Natural History Documentary

Dom Lester – Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough – Episode 3: Survival

Best Constructed Documentary Series

Chris Duveen – Hunted

Best Cinema Documentary

Charlie Webb (Assistant Editor) – How to Change the World


Congratulations to all the other nominees! You can check out the shortlist – here –

 

Cash and Curry

Congratulations to our very own Sarjit Bains- His feature CASH AND CURRY get’s it’s British TV prem­iere this Thursday 18th August on LondonLi­ve (Freeview 8, Sky 117, Virgin 159).

Don’t miss the action as JAMIE BANNERMAN­ (Full English Breakfast) takes on AMEET­ CHANA (Bend It Like Beckham) in a dark ­tale featuring Drugs, Thugs and Killer B­abes!

Watch the trailer – here –

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FIFA Uncovered

Ventureland for Netflix Editor: Graham Taylor Streaming from 9th Nov In less than a month’s time, Qatar will become the first ever middle eastern country to host the FIFA World Cup. Qatar’s successful bid to host the World Cup has proven to be one of the most controversial moments… Read More

Grierson Trust 50th anniversary Doc Bucket List

To marks its 50th anniversary, The Grierson Trust has named the most influential and ground-breaking documentaries of the last five decades. Included on the list is Life, Love, Death in A Day edited by Nick Follows. Sue Bourne’s extraordinary documentary captured the joy and heartbreak of an ordinary… Read More

The Grierson Awards 2022

The Nominations for the 2022 Grierson awards have been announced! The Missing Children has been nominated in the ‘Best History Documentary’ category. Made by True Vision for ITV, this documentary explores the scandal of Ireland’s Missing Children from behind the closed doors of Irelands most notorious mother and… Read More