Mick Audsley (born 1949, London, England) is a British film and television editor with more than thirty film credits. He is a frequent collaborator of directors Mike Newell and Stephen Frears, having edited 15 films for Frears.
|Born||1949 (age 71–72)|
Joke van Wijk
|Awards||BAFTA TV Award for Best Film or Video Editor (Fiction/Entertainment)|
1993 Screen Two
Life and careerEdit
Audsley was educated at Sevenoaks School, a boarding independent school in the town of Sevenoaks in Kent, in South East England. He then attended Hornsey College of Art and the Royal College of Art where he worked as a sound and then picture editor on various projects for the BFI Production Board. Audsley is married to fellow editor Joke van Wijk, together they have two children.
Audsley has had a notable collaboration with the director Stephen Frears from 1982 to present. In 1988, Audsley was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Editing for Dangerous Liaisons, and the BAFTA TV Award for The Snapper both of which were directed by Frears. Audsley also has had a comparably extended collaboration with director Mike Newell editing for films such as Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Love in the Time of Cholera and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.
- Perkins, Roy; Stollery, Martin (2004). "Mick Audsley". British Film Editors: The Heart of the Movie. BFI Publishing. ISBN 1-84457-007-X.
- Rowe, Robin (November 2005). "Deconstructing 'Harry': Editor Mick Audsley and a Host of Effects Houses Unlock the Chamber of Secrets Behind 'Goblet of Fire'". Editors Guild Magazine. Motion Picture Editors Guild. Archived from the original on 28 February 2009.
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