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Editing (feature film)

1.
Career Girls (1997) as Dubbing Editor
Set in London over a weekend, a comedy drama which follows Hannah and Annie, two friend who are reuniting for the first time in six years since they have left University. As they catch up and reflect on the early days of their friendship, the story flashes back to the mid-eighties of their youthful antics and memories of their first meeting. It is through these memories, and a few chance encounters over the weekend with both old and new acquaintances, that they see how they''ve changed, yet find that their close bond has remained--even deepened.
2.
Close My Eyes (1991) as Dubbing Editor
A well-to-do woman and her younger brother engage in a passionate sexual affair.

Sound (feature film)

3.
All or Nothing (2002) as Supervising Sound Editor
A drama set in present-day London about a supermarket check-out girl named Penny and her taxi-driver, common law husband, Phil. The couple have two overweight children: Rachel cleans at a home for elderly people, and Rory is unemployed and aggressive. The joy has gone out of Phil's and Penny's life
4.
Dirty Pretty Things (2002)
Okwe, a kind-hearted Nigerian doctor, and Senay, a Turkish chambermaid, work at the same West London hotel. The hotel is run by Senor "Sneaky" and is the sort of place where "dirty business" like drug dealing and prostitution takes place. However, when Okwe finds a human heart in one of the toilets,
5.
Count of Monte Cristo, The (2002) as Supervising Sound Editor
Dashing young sailor Edmond Dantes is a guileless and honest man, whose peaceful life and plans to marry the beautiful Mercedes are abruptly shattered when his best friend Fernand, who wants Mercedes for himself, deceives him. Set up to be unlawfully sentenced to the infamous island prison of Chatea
6.
Martins, The (2001)
Robert Martin is an unemployed dreamer who spends his life entering competitions in the hope of winning enough to provide his family with what they want. His wife, Angie, just wants him to face up to reality, and to help look after pregnant daughter Katie and angelic Little Bob. Then one day, Robert
7.
Liam (2000) as Sound Editor
The story of a 7-year-old boy growing up in 1930s Liverpool. Liam's father works at the local shipyard, while his mother keeps the household afloat, pinching pennies, yet keeping spirits high. Life takes a terrible turn when the shipyard closes and Dad loses his job. Humiliated by the fact that his
8.
High Fidelity (2000) as Supv sd ed
Rob Gordon is the owner of a semi-failing record store in Chicago where he sells music the old fashioned way- on vinyl. He''s a self-professed music junkie who spends his days at Championship Vinyl with his two employees Dick and Barry. Although they have an encyclopedic knowledge of pop music and are consumed with the music scene and creating their all-time favorite top-five lists of subject specific songs, it''s of no help to Rob whose needle skips the love groove when his long-time girlfriend Laura walks out on him. As Rob examines his failed attempts at romance and happiness the process finds him being dragged kicking and screaming into adulthood.
9.
Topsy-Turvy (1999)
William Schwenck Gilbert is the librettist, writing the words. Arthur Sullivan is the composer, writing the music. Gilbert is the very model of a 19th-century British gentleman, an overly proper married man certain that he knows best. For nearly a decade, Gilbert and Sullivan's collaborations have d
10.
Borrowers, The (1998)
The adventures of a family of little people who live under the floorboards of an English country house. When the humans who live in the house lose ownership, the Borrowers help foil the designs of the nasty lawyer who's trying to steal the house.
11.
Avengers, The (1998) as Supervising Sound Editor
Mrs. Emma Peel and John Steed are spies who work for the secret branch of the British government called The Ministry. They are called in to investigate Prospero, a plot to blackmail Britain by controlling the weather. Emma Peel is suspected of being involved but it is discovered that she has a double who works for the real baddie, Sir August de Wynter. He threatens to freeze Britain, at one point unleashing a blizzard on Trafalgar Square.
12.
12 Monkeys (1995)
The year is 2035 and humankind subsists in a desolate netherworld following the eradication of 99% of the Earth's population, a holocaust that makes the planet's surface uninhabitable, and mankind's destiny uncertain. A desperate group of scientists secure a reluctant volunteer, Cole, to embark on a
13.
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994)
After an aristocratic Louisiana gentleman''s abrupt transformation into a vampire at the hands of a mysterious foreigner, he reluctantly settles into a life of nocturnal domesticity, augmented by the addition of a little girl.
14.
Hero (1992)
Ace reporter Gale Gayley literally falls into the story of a lifetime when she's a passenger on an airplane that crashes into a Chicago bridge. In the smoke and darkness, she's saved by a rude, foul-mouthed "hero," who promptly disappears into the night... leaving only his shoe behind. When Gale's TV station offers a million dollars to the mystery hero, a gentle Vietnam vet appears to claim the prize and he shares it with the city's homeless. But this screwball Cinderella story is complicated by the fact that the real hero is a small time crook whom nobody believes. Both men have something heroic inside, as well as something to hide. And it's up to Gale to discover the true meaning of courage.
15.
Dressmaker, The (1988) as Sound Editor
A Liverpool family of women is torn apart when the youngest becomes infatuated with an American soldier during World War II.
16.
High Hopes (1988)
A satirical look at today''s London through the eyes of yuppies, anti-establishment sixties throw-backs, and the upper class bourgeoisie.

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