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EDINBURGH TV AWARDS NOMINEES!
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EDINBURGH TV AWARDS NOMINEES!

The Edinburgh TV Awards have announced this year’s nominations and we are please to say that 4 client shows are shortlisted! Congratulations to our clients for their work on Best UK Drama nominees PATRICK MELROSE, editors Tim Murrell, Luke Dunkley, Dan Roberts and Simon Smith; BLACK MIRROR: BANDERSNATCH, Hair + Make-up Design by Kirstin Chalmers and BODYGUARD, Hair + Make-Up Design by My Alehammar. Congratulations also goes to Editor Napoleon Stratogiannakis for his work on THE ABUSED which is nominated for Best Documentary.

The Awards are announced during the TV Festival in Ediburgh from 21st - 23rd August.

BAFTA TELEVISION AWARDS!
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BAFTA TELEVISION AWARDS!

The winners of the 2019 BAFTA Television Awards were announced last night and we are thrilled that PATRICK MELROSE won Best Mini-Series, congrats to the all echo editing team of Tim Murrell, Luke Dunkley, Dan Roberts and Simon Smith; and SALLY4EVER picked up the award for Best Scripted Comedy which features Costume Design by echo’s Emma Fryer!

GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED!
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GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED!

Congratulations to echo clients Sophie Becher, Joe Anderson, Guy Speranza, Luke Dunkley, Tim Murrell, Dan Roberts and Sam Sneade whose projects (in corresponding order) A PRIVATE WAR, THE OLD MAN & THE GUN, STAN & OLLIE, PATRICK MELROSE and THE FAVOURITE are all nominated for various awards.

LUKE DUNKLEY IS NOMINATED FOR A SPIRIT AWARD!
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LUKE DUNKLEY IS NOMINATED FOR A SPIRIT AWARD!

Congratulations to echo’s Luke Dunkley who has been nominated for and Film Independent Spirit Award for Best Editing on AMERICAN ANIMALS. Directed by Bart Layton, Luke co-edited the film with Nick Fenton, Chris Gill and Julian Hart whom he shares the nomination with. Shout out also goes to echo's Andy Worboys who was also part of the editorial team. The award ceremony takes place on 23rd February in Santa Monica.

COSTUME DESIGNER GUY SPERANZA NOMINATED FOR A BIFA!
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COSTUME DESIGNER GUY SPERANZA NOMINATED FOR A BIFA!

Huge congratulations go to echo’s Guy Speranza for his Best Costume Design nomination at this year BIFAs for his work on STAN & OLLIE!

Our congrats also go to our clients who worked on the Best Film nominees; Costume Designer Jo Thompson and Production Designer Laura Ellis Cricks for BEAST, Luke Dunkley and Andy Worboys who co-edited AMERICAN ANIMALS and THE FAVOURITE with additional editing by Sam Sneade.

And finally, well done to all clients who worked on nominated films including APOSTASY cut by Napolean Stratogiannakis, THE HAPPY PRINCE cut by Nicolas Gaster, HAPPY NEW YEAR COLIN BURSTEAD with costumes by Emma Fryer and hair + make-up by Emma Scott, DEAD IN A WEEK with costume design by Natalie Humphries, CALIBRE features hair + make-up design by Bean Ellis, UNDER THE WIRE and DISOBEDIENCE both by art directed Bobbie Cousins and short film POMMEL cut by Sarah Brewerton.

The awards take place on 2nd of December in London. Well done team echo!

“AMERICAN ANIMALS” IS OUT TODAY!
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“AMERICAN ANIMALS” IS OUT TODAY!

Written and directed by Bart Layton, the Sundance nominated AMERICAN ANIMALS, is released in UK cinemas today. Starring Barry Keoghan, this witty yet gripping feature, follows four young men who plan to pull off one of the most audacious heists in US history. Co-edited by our brilliant client Luke Dunkley with additional editing by new echo client Andy Worboys. It is a must see!

"AMERICAN ANIMALS" IS RELEASED IN THE US TODAY!
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"AMERICAN ANIMALS" IS RELEASED IN THE US TODAY!

After receiving rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival earlier in the year, AMERICAN ANIMALS, co-edited by Luke Dunkley, is released today in the US.  Directed by Bart Layton following on from his BAFTA and BIFA winning THE IMPOSTER, the compelling and brilliant new narrative feature debut blurs the lines between fact and fiction in it's tale of heist that took place in the Special Collections area of Kentucky’s Transylvania University's library.   Starring Barry Keoghan as Spencer Rheinhard, the film was produced by Katherine Butler, Derrin Schlesinger, Dimitri Dogani, Poppy Dixon and Mary Jane Skalski and will see a UK release later in the year.

LUKE DUNKLEY EDITS "THE SECRET GARDEN"

LUKE DUNKLEY EDITS "THE SECRET GARDEN"

Editor Luke Dunkley will work alongside regular collaborator, director Marc Munden, on a new adaption of Frances Hodgson Burnett‘s children's classic, THE SECRET GARDEN.  Produced by David Heyman and Rosie Alison for Heyday Films and StudioCanal, the film has been penned by Jack Thorne and will star Colin Firth and Julie Walters.

EDITING IS UNDERWAY ON "MELROSE"
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EDITING IS UNDERWAY ON "MELROSE"

Editors Dan Roberts and Luke Dunkley are in full swing on PATRICK MELROSE, directed by Edward Berger starring Benedict Cumberbatch.  The new 5 part series for Sky Atlantic and Showtime is based on the of novels by Edward St. Aubyn following the harrowing life of Patrick Melrose. Jumping from his youth in the South of France in the 1960s to New York in the 80s and finally London in the 2000s, the story follows his traumatic childhood, his struggles with substance abuse and eventual road to recovery.  Dan Roberts is co-cutting episode 3 and Luke Dunkley is co-cutting episodes 2 and 4.

SUNDANCE ANNOUNCES LINE UP!
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SUNDANCE ANNOUNCES LINE UP!

Sundance Film Festival has released the line up with several ECHO appearances. Claire McCarthy's twist on Hamlet, OPHELIA, cut by Luke Dunkley and starring Daisy Ridley, Naomi Watts and Clive Owen is in the "Premieres" programme. Luke has also co-edited Bart Layton's art heist story, AMERICAN ANIMALS, which will screen in the "US Dramatic Competition". Rungano Nyoni's acclaimed I AM NOT A WITCH, lensed by David Gallego with art direction by Malin Lindholm and costumes by Holly Rebecca, will screen in the "Spotlight" programme, along with director Michael Pearce's debut feature BEAST about a murder accusation in a small British island community, with production design helmed by Laura Ellis Cricks.   

LONDON FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES LINEUP
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LONDON FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES LINEUP

Congratulations to all ECHO clients who have films selected in this year’s London Film Festival!  Screening in the First Feature Competition are: APOSTASY, directed by Daniel Kokotajlo and cut by Napoleon Stratogiannakis; BEAST, directed by Michael Pearce with production design by Laura Ellis Cricks; I AM NOT A WITCH, directed by Rungano Nyoni, with cinematography by David Gallego, ADFC, costume design by Holly Rebecca, and art direction by Malin Lindholm. In the Documentary Competition: Jinx Godfrey for her consulting work on KINGDOM OF US, directed by Lucy Cohen.  Other films screening at the festival include: DARK RIVER, directed by Clio Barnard and co-cut by Luke Dunkley; GOOD TIME, directed by Josh and Benny Safdie and lensed by Sean Price Williams; THE PARTY, directed by Sally Potter with costume design by Jane Petrie; AAMIR, directed by Vika Evdokimenko and edited by Matteo Bini; FAMILY HAPPINESS, directed by Alice Englert with cinematography by Lachlan Milne, ACS; OKSIJAN, directed by Edward Watts and lensed by Michael Paleodimos; ROBOT AND SCARECROW, directed by Kibwe Tavares and designed by Laura Ellis Cricks.  The festival will take place from 4th- 15th October.