Anita S. Editor (offline).
After falling in love with editing when cutting films at University Anita fast became a hungry yet smiley addition to the world of post-production. Very quick to work out a strong narrative structure, she is especially suited to character driven short-form and long form documentaries, but also relishes the opportunity to work on commercials and promos. She is lucky enough to find her work as fun and absorbing as her passion for photography, a past-time that has allowed her to develop a great love for visual language and a deeper understanding of the philosophy underpinning the medium. Being a fan of yoga also definitely impacts on her work. Standing on her head (headstand), or flying like a bird (crow pose) weirdly can bring a calm and new perspective to any edit.
Archival footage and personal testimonials chart the early years of George Harrison’s film company, Handmade Films, that accidentally produced cult classics such as Life of Brian, Time Bandits, Withnail & I and Mona Lisa. Featuring interviews with Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin and Richard E Grant. Limited cinema release 2019.
AMC Network (AVID offline)
This documentary looks into the global increase in life expectancy – for the first time in world history there will be more people over 60 than children under 14. This poses an unprecedented challenge to our pension system, left unchecked, it could lead to a crisis with more than 1.2 billion people impoverished in old age. This documentary will look at the global solutions being put into practice to stop old age poverty.
TTID Productions (FCP X offline)
1 x 30’ Charting the history and development of the organisation. - Amnesty International/Internal Use. - FCP Offline/Online
5 x 15’ this series explores how schools across the country are trying to close the attainment gap in education. - Brook Lapping/Teachers’ TV - Avid Offline/Online
1 x 25’ this film investigates the human rights violations committed by Congolese government soldiers against the women and girls of the small town of Minova. - Studio 9 Films/France 24 - FCP Offline/Online
4 x 15’ Experts and professionals examine modern teaching careers. - Brook Lapping/Teachers’ TV - Avid Offline/Online
1 x 60’ in this series Konnie Huq explores major news stories, from celebrity scandals to terrorist attacks of the last fifty years. - Current TV - FCP Offline
1x5’ Short documentary. Three people affected by cancer tell their emotional stories from diagnosis to the life changing support provided by The Mulberry Centre. - The Mulberry Centre/Online, Additional Credit: Directing - FCP Offline/Online
Fast turnaround 1 hr documentary covering the 2015 earth quake in Nepal. ITN Productions for Discovery Channel worldwide - Avid offline
11 x 5’ Short documentaries. Behind the scenes at local radio stations revealing what it takes to make engaging radio programmes. - BBC Academy/ CoP Online portal - FCP Offline/Online
1 x 60’ Feature
Only weeks after the 2011 earthquake the fanatical supporters of J-league underdogs Vegalta Sendai battle across Japan to make a remarkable promise to their devastated city – One that would inspire the nation, and capture the imagination of the entire footballing world - Bill and Ben Productions/Sundance Channel (Avid Offline)
1 x 10’10
A story of eight teams competing in the Google Lunar XPRIZE to land a privately funded robot on the moon - Grain Media (Avid Offline)
1 x 46’
This series sends eight twenty-somethings back to university where they can forget the stresses of being an adult and enjoy the fun and freedom of being a Fresher. Elephant House Studios/MTV
3 x 46’
Phillip Schofield invites celebrity guests, experts and members of the public to help him road test the latest must-have festive buys. RDF/ ITV
2 x 30’ (Reversion of 1x60’ episode)
This series hits the road with some of the nation's oldest motorists. RDF/ITV
EP 9 & 10 2 x 46’
Channel 5 sends
eight couples for a hearty dose of sun, sea and separation. Who will stay and
who will stray?
3 x 2’ VT inserts. Young people use their talents and ingenuity to raise money for Comic Relief. - Brook Lapping/BBC1 - Avid Offline
2 x 20’ Celebrities Ade Adepitan and Vanessa Feltz are challenged to teach classes of ten year olds. - Brooking Lapping/Teachers’ TV - Avid Offline/Online
2 x 60’
An ob-doc style series following an elite mining team in their search for rare rough gems. Additional Editor.
RDF/National Geographic (Avid Offline)
VT inserts. Celebrities Natasha Kaplinksy and Chris Parker are taught to dance by professional ballroom dancers. - Resolution/BBC1 & BBC3 - Avid Offline
2 x 60’ Katie Price guides a group of young novice riders, including her own children, through the elitist world of pony clubs.
Shiver ITV / TLC (Avid Offline)
1 x 30’ with access
to exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes filming of the parents of the
Boston bombers - ITN/Channel 4,
1 x 30’ Matt Frei reports from Connecticut, the scene of one of America’s worst mass shootings. ITN/Channel 4 (Avid Offline)
A topical news programme that examines and dissects the world’s media, how they operate and the stories they cover. - Al Jazeera - Avid Offline
Ghana, Cancer Ward – 1 x 25’ (Avid Offline)
From the producer of The King’s Speech a BAFTA nominated drama based on a true story set on Kajaki Dam, 2006. A three-man patrol sets out to disable a Taliban roadblock encountering an unexpected, terrifying enemy. Under every step the possibility of an anti-personnel mine, a mine that could cost your leg – or your life. - Assistant Editor - Pukka Films/National Cinema Release
2x2’ branded short films
Two extraordinary characters use technology to push scientific and creative boundaries; Marine biologist Tammy Silva tracks and analyzes the tones of the majestic toothed whales of Massachusetts Bay and Beatboxer Shlomo freestyles music composition in the studio and in-front of a live audience.
2 x 2’ Profile Films. Backstage at Wella’s Trend Vision 2014 show - Jack Morton/Online - Wella Professionals - FCP Offline
2 x 2’. Two companies, with the help of The Technology Strategy Board, reveal the highs and lows of turning their ideas into a commercial reality. - Merchant Cantos/Online - FCP Offline
1 x 15’ Charting the history of DHL’s global expansion via the rise of aviation. Maverick Adverting/Internal Use - FCP Offline/Online
25 x 10’ Corporate films for DHL - Maverick Adverting/Internal Use - FCP Offline/Online
1 x 5’, Tilling Productions/Live presentation - FCP Offline
1 x 5’ Claire, a midwife from Harlow, visits the slums of Delhi and rural clinics in Rajasthan to see what life is like for her Indian colleagues. Save the children/Online distribution. - Avid Offline/Online
1 x 3’ Over 18 million people across West Africa are facing a major hunger crisis. Save the Children are on the ground with stabilization clinics working with vulnerable children. Save the children/Online distribution. - Avid Offline/Online
1 x 3’ Save the children/Online distribution. - Avid Offline/Online
1 x 5’ Save the children/Online distribution. - Avid Offline/Online
1 x 4’ Save the children/Online distribution. - Avid Offline/Sound Design
Anita S.'s Software Skills
Soho Editors played a massive role in the success of Channel Five's recent postproduction build project.
Soho Editors always provide us with high-calibre, enthusiastic graphic designers - often at extremely short notice.
Ever since I signed for Soho Editors 3 years ago I’ve had nothing but positive things to say about them, from the quality of work that they get me to how the whole team are as people. The team really take care of you, and although it’s a massive agency they really have a personal touch and make you feel comfortable with every aspect of what each job entails.
You also really believe that they care about you individually, I remember telling Emma that I loved Football and the next week she’d got me on a Nike football film which I was buzzing about. I think it’s those personal touches that really make them the best.
I can’t recommend them enough. I hope I’m with them for many years to come.
We’ve been using Soho Editors for a while now, and the change-over to remote work was seamless, very helpful agency and amazing talent, I can only recommend.
We’ve been using Soho Editors for a number of years. Throughout this time, they have always provided excellent talent. Since going remote, they continue to assist us, even at very short notice. Such a friendly and accommodating team!
I became aware of Soho Editors in 2005 when I got my start in Production. They were a favourite then but now in 2020 and especially in these tough times, they have become an industry staple. They seek out to find the best Remote Editors for my briefs. It's always worth getting in touch. With an impressive rosta of veterans and new talent, I’ve never been disappointed.