Emily B. Editor (Offline / Online).
Emily is an experienced editor, most notable for editing the multi-award winning feature documentary 'Alien On Stage' rated as a top film to watch at SXSW 2021 by Rolling Stone, and described as 'One of the funniest documentaries in years' by IndieWire.
She has a broad and varied 6 years' worth of experience working with returning clients and directors such as VICE, E4, Tim Samuels, i-D and ECCO. As a documentary director her experience ranges from co-directing ‘Nuestro Muro’ - a 30-min multi-lingual doc about street art with OTOXO Productions for Spanish channel – Betevé, working as a self-shooting PD on branded content and and directing skateboarding content for Skateism.
Emily is most in her element when creating character-driven documentaries about joyful communities and unlikely heroes.
2 X 11 min Two episodes of studio interview + archive based series ‘Decade of Hate’: ‘The Far Right are Infiltrating the Military’ & ‘White Supremacy Meets Eco-Warriors’ for Vice World News. (Premiere Pro, offline edit)
60 sec promo for multi-award winning interactive podcast experience ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ for VICE. (Premiere Pro off/online edit, grade, mix)
i-D Voices - 3 min episode featuring young activists voices for i-D. (premiere pro, offline edit)
60 sec promo for Mescladis restaurant’s training initiative in Barcelona. (FCP, preditor)
4 x 2 min videos meeting the Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur Women’s football teams. (Premiere Pro, offline edit)
15 min internal film celebrating the time the NextGen cohort spent on the ECCO graduate programme. (FCP offline edit, mix grade)
5 min sizzle reel of the highlights of the ARIAS award ceremony 2020. (Premiere Pro offline edit, mix grade)
5 min pitch video. (FCP offline edit, mix, grade)
A human interest story portraying the rise, near collapse then resurrection of the Brighton Albion football team told through the eyes of the loving fans who range from Fat Boy Slim to Gary Lineker. (Premiere Pro, offline edit)
1hr 30 Feature Doc
An archive heavy feature doc following the journey of the underdog’s of the 1990 Italia World Cup - The Cameroonian team. Archer’s Mark for DAZN. (Premiere Pro assistant edit)
6 x 45min
Photojournalist Giles Duley documents the impact of conflict around the world by connecting with locals through food. A travel-cooking documentary series exploring cuisine of Ukraine, DRC, Lebanon & Scotland. Vice World News for SBS TV & Munchies.
(Premiere Pro assistant edit & online edit)
Instructional music videos for subscription based teaching platform ‘Raise a Tiger’ designed for parents and young ones to enjoy, teaching children important life tools through music and fun with songs such as ‘Dream Train’, ‘Monkey MInd’, ‘Pick Up Your Pants’ and ‘Air Guitar’. LaLa Tigers (Premiere Pro, off/online edit, mix, grade)
A prank show where host Simon Doherty tries to pay for a day out in London using a homemade NFT. VICE Socials (Premiere Pro off/online edit, mix, grade)
6 x 3min & 6 x 5min Comedy cooking show where Matty Matheson takes on British staples. VICE STUDIOS for E4 (Premiere Pro offline edit & social re-versioning)
Young people from Rochdale, Mansfield and London explore and discuss queerness, identity and womanhood through movement workshops with Rambert dancers and by meeting inspiring leaders from their hometowns: gender non-conforming care home manager Sam Bernard, teenage political activist Anita Okunde, and broadcast journalist Ben Hunte. (Director, Cinematographer, Premiere Pro, off/online edit)
A panel show of top athletes discussing queerness in sport with observational documentary field pieces visiting the world of ‘Gay Rodeo’ in Texas, and the group ‘Allies with oars’ who compete in the Head Of The Charles Regatta in Boston, for VICE. (Premiere Pro, offline edit)
1 hr 26 min Feature Doc
British bus drivers spend one year creating a stage production of Ridley Scott's classic 1979 science fiction film "Alien." - 95 % Rotten Tomatoes, 'One of the funniest documentaries in years' - IndieWire.
Official Selection 2021: SXSW, DOCNYC, Frieghtfest
Awards 2021: CUFF - Jury Award: Best Feature Documentary,
Imagine - Audience Award: Best Film,
Ravenheart IFF - Jury Award: Best Documentary
(Premiere Pro, offline edit)
A multi-lingual obs doc following a group of young migrants learning street art in Barcelona - OTOXO productions for Beteve. (Co-director, FCP, offline edit)
5 mins - A short documentary celebrating the skateboarding solstice, released on Skateism - Non-Traditional Skate Media. Platform for the underground & overlooked, the weird & wonderful. (Self Shooting PD, FCP, on/offline edit)
10 mins - A participatory film project for young people to document and share their experiences of starting secondary school during a pandemic. Co-created with the charity ‘Rites for Girls’. (Director, producer, FCP, offline edit)
5 mins - A water-themed visual poem that explores the delusions, longing and paranoia of war, commissioned by Strike A Light as part of the WWI centenary project and using archival footage from the Imperial War Museum as visuals.
(Director, FCP offline edit)
Emily B.'s Software Skills
Emily uses PP on an advanced level
Emily uses FCPX on an advanced level
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