Mick Audsley


Mick Audsley



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With a career spanning over four decades, Mick Audsley is a highly respected, BAFTA-winning film editor with over thirty film credits to his name, working with some of the most respected filmmakers of his generation.

Mick’s collaboration with acclaimed director Sir. Stephen Frears (which comprises of 15 films)started with the television feature, WALTER and its sequel WALTER AND JUNE. Next came THE HIT, MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDRETTE, PRICK UP YOUR EARS and DANGEROUS LIAISONS, for which he received a BAFTA nomination. In 1993 Mick won a BAFTA Award for another Frears project THE SNAPPER, whilst HIGH FIDELITY, DIRTY PRETTY THINGS, TAMARA DREW and LAY THE FAVORITE all followed.

Mick also worked on several feature films with Mike Newell including DANCE WITH A STRANGER, MONA LISA SMILE, HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE, and LOVE IN THE TIME Of CHOLREA.

Amongst Mick’s other credits with notable directors are Ken Russell’s LADY CHATTERLY, Neil Jordan’s INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE, John Madden’s CAPTAIN CORELLI’s MANDOLIN, and Terry Gilliam’s TWELVE MONKEYS. In 2009, Mick teamed up with Gilliam again on THE IMAGINARIUM OF DOCTOR PARNASSUS and ZERO THEOREM.

More recent credits include EVEREST directed by Baltasar Kormákur, ALLIED for Oscar-winning director Robert Zemeckis, Sir. Kenneth Branagh’s MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS and Armando Iannucci’s THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD.

In 2021, Mick collaborated once again with Robert Zemeckis on Disney’s PINOCCHIO.

Mick’s latest work is as an edit consultant on Molly Manning Walker’s 2023 debut feature film HOW TO HAVE SEX which won the Un Certain Regard at Cannes.

Mick is passionate about helping the next generation of filmmakers. He is a visiting tutor at the National Film and Television School and also runs Sprocket Rocket Soho, a film and television networking organisation connecting emerging and established talent.

BBC Radio interview: https://t.co/lB3z9ky2hq