Editor ELEN PIERCE LEWIS is now cutting King Charles III, a TV adaptation for BBC Two based on the Mike Bartlett play which first opened at the Almeida Theatre in 2014. The show is being directed by Rupert Goold, who also directed the theatre production.
STEVE SINGLETON is now cutting the latest movie to be directed by Amma Asante, Where Hands Touch. The feature, produced by Charlie Hanson, follows a mixed race teenage girl in 1944 Nazi Germany and will star Amandla Stenberg and George MacKay.
ROSS O'HENNESSY is currently shooting action film Accident Man in and around London, playing the role of Cutthroat Cliff. The film stars Scott Adkins (who is also writer and producer) and is being directed by Jesse V Johnson.
Editor MIKE PHILLIPS has recently joined the second series of The Last Kingdom, reuniting him with director Richard Senior. The Carnival series for BBC Two shoots in Budapest but cuts in London and is produced by Chrissy Skinns.
Look out for ANDREEA PADURARU who plays a key Aura in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the new feature film from JK Rowling's world. The story concerns the adventures of writer Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) in New York's secret community of witches and wizards.
SARA JONES is now cutting Riviera, a major international 10 part crime drama, working with director Hans Herbots. Filming takes place in France but editing in London with Neil Jordan as the showrunner. Producers are Liza Marshall and Foz Allan.
CLAUDIA GRANT is currently appearing in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the West End's Palace Theatre, playing Polly Chapman. The new episode in the Harry Potter story joins Harry nineteen years on from the seventh book to find him with a wife and three children and a job at the Ministry of Magic.
SIMON BRASSE is currently in Prague editing Britannia and working with director Sheree Folkson. The new 10 part series for Sky is set during the Roman invasion of Britain and is being produced by Rick McCullum.
CRISPIN GREEN, having recently cut new ITV series The Halcyon, is now back on HBO's Game of Thrones. This is his fourth year on the hugely successful Belfast based series, working with director Jeremy Podeswa.
GREGORY GUDGEON is currently playing Professor Minkowski in a 10 part FOX 21 series about Albert Einstein called Genius. The series shoots in Prague with Ron Howard as one of the executives and lead director. Gregory's character will appear in episodes two and five.
MARCUS GRIFFITHS can be seen the Royal Shakespeare Company's productions of Cymbeline and King Lear at the Barbican from the beginning of November. The shows are coming to London following runs at the RSC's home in Stratford-upon-Avon.
New client DAVID YARDLEY is at present cutting the second series of ITV's The Durrells. The production shoots in Corfu but edits at Ealing Studios and is produced by Christopher Hall, with Steve Barron directing the first block.