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Emma is a Dubbing Mixer, Sound Editor and ADR recordist from Dublin who has recently moved to the UK and currently works as a Dubbing Mixer with Clear Cut Pictures. Emma started out her career as a runner in Irelands leading Post Production Facility, Screen Scene Post Production. Over 9 years, she worked her way up to become a Dubbing Mixer, ADR Recordist and Sound Editor on a variety of short form and long form projects. Some of her most recent credits include ADR Recordist for Game of Thrones,Vikings and Ripper Street and Dubbing Mixer for shows featured on BBC Arts Night, Channel 5 and ITV. Plus, Emma has also been nominated for an IFTA award twice, a Shark award and has received a certificate from the Emmys for her ADR work on Season 5 of Game of Thrones.
Beth is the online assistant producer for Film4.com. An exciting role where she gets enviable access to interview the cast of Film 4 s latest films, covering glitzy red carpet events and film premiere Q & A’s to promote the films online. As a trained freelance film journalist, Beth has also written for The Telegraph, FHM and Dazed and Confused and is passionate about promoting the careers and work of women in film.
With over 15 years experience in the prep, production and post production aspects of shooting in studio and on location in the UK and Overseas, Emma has earned herself an impressive list of credits. Her work in film as a Camera Operator has featured at several UK Film festivals including the BAFTA supported ASFF and LSFF. Plus she is a full member of The Guild of British Camera Technicians and BAFTA Crew, and is fully recognized by the UK Press Authority. Emma provides her cinematography skills to productions working across all platforms, from TV drama and documentary, to online marketing and is thrilled to have recently been selected to participate in the WFTV 2017 Mentor Scheme.
With over 18 years’ experience in the Camera Department, Jennie is one of the UK’s top feature film 1st Camera Assistants, focus pulling for Directors of Photography including; Rob Hardy, Seamus McGarvey and David Tattersall. Jennie has always wanted to tell stories, be they historical, criminal, science fiction, human journeys or epic adventures. After graduating from Goldsmiths College where she worked in Theatre and Radio, in dependently producing and directing new writing and devised work. Jennie went on to work on some of the biggest blockbuster films including Mission Impossible, Ex-Machina, Anna Karina and The Hours, working alongside the industries finest film-makers. Her next step is to direct her own films, of which she is currently in development on a number of exciting projects.