IFTA 2014 Editing Nominations

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The IFTA awards are on this saturday and there are 2 editing categories. In advance of the show we take a quick look at the nominations. We are pleased to say that we had the pleasure of some of the nominees at our in conversation events over the past 12 months.

Editing in Film and TV Drama

Uná Ní Dhonghaíle – Ripper Street
Uná Ni Dhonghaíle has edited many award winning TV dramas and feature length documentaries. She has been nominated for a BAFTA in Drama Editing twice, once in 2009 for White Girl and in 2013 for Ripper Street. Una received an IFTA nomination for Dr Who in 2012.

Nathan Nugent – Run & Jump
Nathan Nugent has worked as an editor since 1998. Credits include the features As if I Am Not There, Sensation, Run & Jump and What Richard Did, for which he won an IFTA for Best Editing. Recently he edited the film Frank, directed by Lenny Abrahamson, which will be released later in 2014. He was also the co-director and editor of ROG: The Ronan O’Gara Story which is nominated in the best sports category this year.

Emer Reynolds – Here Was Cuba
Emer Reynolds, a triple-IFTA-winning film editor, is based in Dublin, Ireland. Emer has won IFTAs for Timbuktu in 2003, Channel 4’s Shameless in 2004 and My Brothers in 2011. Here Was Cuba is her third collaboration with Crossing The Line, following the multi-award winning Broken Tail and The Secret Life of the Shannon.

Emer took part in our first In Conversation event last October. For a more detailed look at her career, please check out our Emer Reynolds In Profile post which we did in advance of that

Nick Emerson, Jake Roberts – Starred Up
Nick started his editing career in television news before moving onto factual TV and documentaries. After ten years working on TV projects and short films he edited his first feature film, Cherrybomb starring Rupert Grint. Recent drama credits include Nick Nickleby for the BBC, Whole Lotta Sole, and punk biopic Good Vibrations.

Editing for Television

Mick Mahon – John Sheahan: A Dubliner
Mick Mahon – We Got Game
Mick Mahon has been IFTA-nominated six times. His work includes The Writing in the Sky (2011), Saving The Titanic (2012) and Chaplin: The Waterville Picture (2011). He has recently completed the feature documentary, Rough Rider (2013).

Mick took part in our second In Conversation event last October. For a more detailed look at his career, please check out our Mick Mahon:In Profile post which we did in advance of that

Emer Reynolds – The Secret Life of the Shannon
See above

Ray Roantree – Looking After No.1
An editor for almost thirty years, Ray Roantree has worked mainly in drama and documentary for both RTÉ and BBC. He has won two IFTAs: in 2003 for The Green Fields of Vietnam (RTÉ) and in 2012 for The Ashes of 9/11 (RTÉ). In 2010 he joined the RTÉ TV Documentary Unit. Recent credits include: Battle Station and My Lockout.

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IN PROFILE: EMER REYNOLDS

Emer Reynolds, Director and triple-IFTA-winning Film Editor, is based in Dublin and is one of Ireland’s leading editors with a mightily impressive CV.

In advance of her appearance at the first Dublin Editor ‘In Conversation’ event this Tuesday Oct 15th in brooks Hotel at 8 alongside Tony Kearns (read our profile of Tony here), we decide to take a look at some of her past work.

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She won her first IFTA in 2003 for Alan Gilsenan’s film ‘Timbuktu’ and her second a year later for her work
on the opening series of Channel 4’s groundbreaking ‘Shameless’.

She won her third IFTA for Paul Fraser’s ‘My Brothers’ in 2011

Her other feature credits include ‘The Good Doctor’ from director Lance Daly

‘Saltwater’ and ‘The Eclipse’ from director Conor McPherson, with whom Emer has collaborated on several projects

‘The Actors’,

Emer also edited Cult Irish Film ‘I Went Down’ which was written by McPherson.

That film was directed by Paddy Breathnach for whom Emer also cut ‘Ailsa’

She has also cut the films
‘Lotus Eaters” dir : Alexandra McGuinness

‘Small Engine Repair’ dir: Niall Heery

‘Korea’ dir: Cathal Black

Jump dir: Kieron J.Walsh

Notable documentaries include ‘The Asylum’,
‘Today is better than two tomorrows’

‘We went to War’.

Broken Tail

Recently she won an award in the U.S. for editing ‘On a River in Ireland”( the film version of “the Secret Life of the Shannon”) for which she won Best Editing at Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival(the Oscars of wildlife films), seeing off competition from Attenborough’s Africa: Kalahari and Disneynature’s Chimpanzee

Emer has written and directed four short films: ‘Slumber’, ‘Man’, ‘The Widow’s Son’ and ‘White’, and directed the RTE drama 6 part-series ‘Trouble in Paradise’.

‘Here Was Cuba’ is her documentary directorial debut, and her third collaboration with John Murray and Crossing the Line, following the multi-award winning ‘Broken Tail’ and ‘The Secret Life of the Shannon’.

It had its Dublin premiere at the recent IFI Stranger than Fiction Film Festival.

You can find out more about the film here

She sits as a member of the advisory board for the National Film School (Ireland).

The First Dublin Editors ‘In Conversation’

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Next Tuesday, October 15th, we will host the first of our In Conversation events, and it is our pleasure to welcome Emer Reynolds and Tony Kearns as our first two guests.

Emer Reynolds is a multi award winning editor, with IFTAs for ‘Timbuktu’, ‘Shameless’ and ‘My Brothers’. Her other feature credits include ‘Small Engine Repair’, and ‘I Went Down’ and her documentary work includes ‘The Asylum’ and the multi-award winning series ‘The Secret Life of the Shannon’.
Tony Kearns has had a rich and diverse career in editing, working between Dublin, London, Paris and the US. His CV includes music videos for Radiohead, The Prodigy, Blur and Pulp among many many others. His feature credits include Charlie Casanova, Kelly + Victor, and the critically acclaimed Citadel.

The venue is Brooks Hotel on Drury St; we’ll be kicking off at 8pm. Tickets are €5, and are available on the night. Spaces are limited, so please let us know if you’re planning to attend.

More info on our facebook page