Editor ELEN PIERCE LEWIS has been cutting Marvellous, a single 90 minuter from Tiger Aspect for BBC2. Based on a real character, Toby Jones plays Neil Baldwin, a man once labelled with 'learning difficulties' who became a kit man at Stoke City. Julian Farino is in the director's chair.
JAMES HUGHES is currently editing a new 8 parter set around a rural stables called Glue, from the pen of Jack Thorne. Eleven Films are producing the series for Channel 4 with Daniel Nettheim directing the first block.
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.
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.
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.