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Congratulations to both PHILIP KLOSS and STEVE SINGLETON who have both received BAFTA nominations for Editing. Philip is nominated for his work on An Adventure in Space and Time for BBC2, directed by Terry McDonough and produced by Matt Strevens. Steve has been nominated for The Fall, made by Artist Studio for the BBC with Jakob Verbruggen directing and Julian Stevens producing. The award ceremony takes place on Sunday the 27th of April.
IAN PIRIE (see actors) is currently playing Chae Strachan, one of the leads in the feature film Sunset Song. The adaptation of the classic Lewis Grassic Gibbon novel shoots in New Zealand, Luxembourg and Scotland and is directed by the revered Terence Davies.
Ian also reprises his regular role, Captain Dragonetti in the second series of Da Vinci's Demons showing on Sky Atlantic.
Following the success of The Book Thief, JOHN WILSON is now editing the film adaptation of the musical London Road. The feature is directed by Rufus Norris who was also in charge of the original stage version put on by the National Theatre three years ago.
We are very pleased that HANNAH STEELE (see actresses) has joined the cast of the eagerly anticipated BBC version of Wolf Hall. She will be playing Mary Shelton in the Company Pictures produced adaptation of the Booker Prize winning novel from Hilary Mantel. The six parter stars Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell.
Top designer WILL HUGHES-JONES is currently working on One Child, a new BBC drama that shoots in Hong Kong as well as the UK. The 2x90 minute episodes are being directed by John Alexander and produced by Grainne Marmion.
Please try to catch ROSS O'HENNESSEY (see actors) who will be appearing as Commander Quattrone in the second series of Da Vinci's Demons on 4th April. He also appeared recently in Holby City as body builder Barry McKenzie.
Congratulations to COLIN FAIR, editor of the second series of A Touch of Cloth which has won Best Comedy Programme at the Broadcast Awards. The series was directed by Jim O'Hanlon and produced by Mat Chaplin for Zeppotron.
A performance of hugely popular West End show War Horse was broadcast live to cinemas around the world by NT Live on the 27th of February, featuring STEVE NORTH (see actors) playing the role of Ted Narracott. 155,000 people watched the performance, making it the most popular production ever screened by NT Live.
Top editor PHILIP KLOSS is now cutting the new fantasy project from Cuba Pictures, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell. It's set in Napoleonic times when magic was in the air. The 7x60 minuter is directed by Toby Haynes and is based on the best selling novel by Susanna Clarke.
CLAUDIA GRANT (see actresses) has opened in Spring Awakening, which has received great reviews. This new adaptation by Anya Reiss plays at the West Yorkshire Playhouse from the 7th of March before heading on tour from the 25th of March and is a co-production between Headlong, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Nuffield Theatre.
RACHEL HOULT is now editing a new comedy series from Rollem for the BBC, In the Club. The six part series, based in Leeds, reunites Rachel with director Neasa Hardiman.
Two of our Scottish editors, JOHN GOW and ANDY MORRISON are working on Outlander, a big budget co-production for the American cable channel Starz. The 16 parter is based on Diana Gabaldon's time travelling fantasy/romance books.
ADAM RECHT is cutting international feature film Northmen: A Viking Saga, directed by Claudio Faeh.
SEAN KEARNS (see actors) can be seen in The Commitments in the West End. He is playing Jimmy's Da in the adaptation of Roddy Doyle's novel about a soul band from Dublin, directed by Jamie Lloyd.
NICK AMES is currently cutting Siblings, a new comedy series from Bwark Productions. The six parter for BBC Three is directed by Dan Zeff.
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