On the 29th of April, the BFE (British Film Editors) held the second-ever Cut Above awards, where they recognise excellence in editing in the only major UK awards solely for editing and post-production in film and TV.
Lightworks was honoured to sponsor one of the headline awards: Best Edited Single Drama.
You can read more about the event here, but if you're just looking for a rundown of home took home an award on the night, then we have you covered.
THE BFE CUT ABOVE WINNERS
Best Edited Single Drama (Sponsored by Lightworks)
Dune - Joe Walker BFE, ACE.
Best Edited Single Documentary or Non-Fiction Programme
Summer of Soul - Joshua L. Pearson.
Best Edited Single Animation
Flee - Janus Billeskov Jansen.
Best Edited Series: Drama
Mare of Easttown - Amy E. Duddleston BFE, ACE. Naomi Sunrise Filoramo.
Best Edited Series: Documentary or Non-Fiction
The Beatles: Get Back - Jabez Olssen.
Best Edited Series: Animation
Arcane - Ivan Bilancio, Gilad Carmel, Roberto Fernandez, Lawrence Gan, Martin Jay, Benjamin Massoubre, Ernesto Matamoros Cox, Nazim Meslem, Emmanuel Pilinski, David Ian Salter.
Best Edited Series: Comedy
Sex Education Season 3 - Steve Ackroyd, Izabella Curry, Phil Hignett, David Webb.
Best Edited British Drama
Belfast - Úna Ní Dhonghaíle
Best Edited British Documentary or Non-Fiction Programme
Cow - Nicolas Chaudeurge, Rebecca Lloyd BFE, Jacob Secher Schulsinger.
Congratulations to all the winners, and we already can't wait for next years awards!
British Film Editors (BFE) is a not-for-profit honorary society of professional British Film and Television Editors. BFE was formed by some 40 British Film Editors in 1966. The honorary society has always had two main aims: to raise the profile of the craft of editing and to maintain the technical and creative skills of editors working in film and television.