Congratulations to ELEN PIERCE LEWIS who has just been nominated for an RTS Award for Drama Editing on Marvellous. The 90 minuter, starring Toby Jones and directed by Julian Farino, aired on BBC2 in September 2014.

Elen is finishing off Indian Summers and then is going on to cut Marcella, a new 8 part ITV series, in the New Year.

DANNY HORN is currently playing the lead role of Ray Davies in hit West End show Sunny Afternoon. The Olivier award winning musical about the rise of The Kinks is on at the Harold Pinter Theatre.

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Congratulations to SARA JONES who recently edited a Welsh language version of Under Milk Wood. The feature film, Dan y Wenallt, has been chosen by BAFTA as the UK's submission for the 2016 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film was also shot in English and was directed by Kevin Allen with Rhys Ifans and Charlotte Church starring.

Sara is currently cutting the first episodes of the new series of Scott and Bailey with director Alex Kalyminos for Red Productions.

CAOLAN BYRNE will shortly be shooting feature film The Foreigner, directed by Martin Campbell (GoldenEye, Casino Royale). Caolan plays an IRA member in the film which stars Jackie Chan.

Editor NICK AMES is presently cutting the third series of popular comedy series Plebs. The show shoots in Bulgaria but cuts in London and is produced and directed by brothers Teddy and Sam Leifer.

Romanian actress ANDREEA PADURARU has just joined the cast of feature film Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them in which she will be playing an Aura. The movie by JK Rowling is being directed by David Yates for Warner Brothers at Leavesden Studios.

TOM BROWN has flown out to Cambodia to begin work as Designer on First They Killed My Father: A Daughter Of Cambodia Remembers, which is being directed by Anglelina Jolie. The film is based on Loung Ung's book about her suffering under the Khmer Rouge regime.

NICHOLAS GERARD-MARTIN is busy with the Royal Shakespeare Company's King & Country season, which comprises productions of Henry V, Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 and Richard II. The shows are playing at the Barbican before touring abroad.

Editor CRISPIN GREEN is in Belfast editing the next series of Game of Thrones. This is the third series he will have worked on, teaming up again with directors Jeremy Podeswa and Miguel Sapochnik.

PATRICK ROMER can be seen playing the role of Pop in Gypsy at the West End's Savoy Theatre. The hit musical starring Imelda Staunton runs until the end of November.

Top designer WILL HUGHES-JONES is working for the BBC again on the six episode thriller series Undercover. The series has been written by Peter Moffat with James Hawes and Jim O'Hanlon in the directors' chairs.

SALLY SCOTT has just finished playing the recurring part of Nell Hathaway in the ITV series Lewis. Nell is the sister of DS James Hathaway, played by Laurence Fox.

Sally can also be seen reprising her role in King Charles III which has transferred to Broadway. The show has received fantastic reviews (see the Hollywood Reporter, in which she gets a lovely mention, and the New York Times).

Editor STEVE SINGLETON is just starting to cut the third series of The Fall. He won a BAFTA for Best Editing on the first series and was nominated again last year. The series stars Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan and shoots in Belfast.

Steve recently finished cutting Dickensian with director Mark Brozel. The new series, produced by David Boulter, was made by Red Planet.

SEAN KEARNS has joined the cast of long-running West End musical Wicked, taking over the role of Doctor Dillamond in the show which is in its ninth year playing at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.

Top editor JOHN WILSON is finishing off cutting the movie Me Before You, which is based at Pinewood but being financed by MGM. The feature stars Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin with Thea Sharrock in the director's chair.