Dan Lee cuts Cannes Film Festival bound short film

Dan Lee has collaborated with director Charles Williams cutting his short film 'All These Creatures' which has just been officially selected for the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.  The film is one of eight films to make the cut from close to 4,000 entries worldwide.  

Williams’ film stars 13-year-old Ethiopian/Australian Yared Scott as Tempest, a boy who tries to understand the dark presence growing inside his father and the events that led to an inexplicable tragedy while his backyard is infested with insects. 

This news also marks the sixth time a short film cut by The Butchery's editors has made official selection at the Cannes Film Festival during the past fifteen years.

Johanna Scott cuts artist Lister doco project

In between busy commercial schedules Johanna Scott has cut the documentary 'Have You Seen The Listers?' for director Eddie Martin.  The film is a candid and personal insight into the rise of world-renowned street artist Anthony Lister as he challenges conservative Australia, whilst battling his own demons.  Currently in cinema release around Australia, the film is garnering great reviews and Jo's fantastic work has been noted and praised. 

Katerina Borys career progression

Katerina Borys has continued her career progression from one of our super talented and tenacious Assistant Editors, to growing into a Junior Editor - (which entails navigating through the tricky waters of completing cutdown edits, billboards, and cutting her own editing projects all at the same time).  And in her latest progression we’re proud to announce her as a fully fledged editor, ready to take on the agency and production company world with her energy, enthusiasm and all round talent we know and love.  

2018 AXIS New Zealand Awards

The annual AXIS awards in New Zealand has seen The Butchery's editors gain some metal again this year.  

Luke Haigh won gold for cutting the NZ Lotto 'Dylan' spot, directed by Mark Albiston via The Sweetshop.  Johanna Scott picked up gold for NZTA 'Rat's Tale' directed by Nick Ball from Finch, and lastly Jack Hutchings picked up a silver for Spark 'Fathers Day', directed by Christopher Riggert, also from Finch.