Breakthru Films - Assistant Editor

Breakthru are primarily a film production company based in London & Warsaw, but in no way does our prerogative end there. Since our founding in 2002, we have been involved in an extremely eclectic, vibrant and critically-acclaimed collection of shorts, animated features and feature films that cater to every age, taste and sensibility. From live and stop-frame animation to stageshows and documentaries, we have been instrumental in creating consistently powerful and culturally-relevant productions.


  • Scratch (2009)
    • Aubange Festival – Best Short Film
    • London Short Film Festival
    • Stavanger Kortfilmfestival
    • Bergen International Film Festival
    • Grimstad Film Festival
    • Chungmuro Film Festival
    • Best of Short Films Festival, La Ciotat

National Film and Television School (NFTS)

The National Film and Television School is the UK's national centre of excellence for postgraduate education. Our students are a talented, diverse, creative and enthusiastic bunch, making around a hundred productions a year under the guidance of tutors who are leaders in their own specialist fields.

The emphasis of the Editing curriculum is firmly on storytelling and the relationship between editor and director. Students learn to apply their craft to the demands of fiction, documentary and animation, creating visual narratives while working with sound, music and, where appropriate, special effects. Workshops with other departments develop concepts of visual storytelling, mise-en-scène, storyboarding, sound design, music and scriptwriting.

Fiction Credits:

  • Park Close (20 min, dir. Maj-Britt la Cour)

    • Los Angeles Short Film Festival, USA

  • Between You And Me (16 min, dir. Maj-Britt la Cour)

  • Brixton 85 (18 min, dir. Tom Green)

  • Keys (8 min, dir. Andrew Saunders)

Animation Credits:

Documentary Credits:

  • The Love Bureau (25 min, dir. Caterina Monzani)

  • Davey's Last Order (25 min, dir. Lucy Kaye)

  • The Husband (9 min, dir. Vanessa Stockley)

Television Credits:

  • TV or Not TV? (30 min comedy pilot, dir. Guy Press)

    • Royal Television Society Student Awards - Nominated, Best Entertainment, postgraduate category

  • Love Thy Neighbour (8 minute pilot, dir. Steph Coleman)