The Butchery's AWARD metal for 2017

The Butchery's editors have had a hand in plenty of the winning work at this years AWARD held in Sydney, including cutting Gold, Silver and Bronze winners in the Television Commercial and Campaign categories.  Work which picked up metal included- Bonds 'The Boys' Campaign (cut by Michael Lutman), ALDI 'Nothing beats the perfect Aussie Christmas' Campaign (cut by Jack Hutchings), Foxtel 'Date' 'Bus' 'Karen' Campaign (cut by Johanna Scott), and the McDonalds 'Anything for Love' spot (cut by Tim Mauger). Also winning on the night was the 'Letters of Gallipoli' Charity Campaign (cut by Johanna Scott). 

In the Film Editing category Johanna Scott picked up Silver for Foxtel 'Date Night', Dan Lee picked up Bronze for HCF 'Health Is' and Tim Mauger picked up a Silver for McDonalds 'Anything for Love'.  

Dan Lee also cut the only music video to pick up an award, Born Dirty's 'Butter' directed by Matt Devine at Revolver. 




 

Tim Mauger wins AXIS Silver Editing Award

Editor Tim Mauger has picked up a silver award for editing at this years AXIS awards in New Zealand.  The spot for McDonalds titled 'how very un-McDonalds' features a father and daughter's special relationship and was directed by The Sweetshop's Noah Marshall. It was also the highest level award given out on the night for this category, and the only silver.

'Beast' Short Film Wins Flickerfest Award

The short film 'Beast' cut by editor Tim Parrington has won best Australian short film at this years Flickerfest. The film was directed and produced by Chris Sferrazza, and written by Carl J. Sorheim. The festival is Academy® Accredited, which means due to the the films award it's in the running to be nominated for an Oscar.

Berlin Syndrome Film Sundance Premiere

Berlin Syndrome, a feature film cut by Jack Hutchings has been selected for it's premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2017. The dark love story directed by Cate Shortland and produced by Aquarius Films stars Teresa Palmer (Hacksaw Ridge) and German actor Max Riemelt, and is based on a novel written by Australian Melanie Joosten.