David Knight - 30th Jan 2015

Cut+Run has launched a new Promos+Content division at its London HQ - due to popular demand. Sparked by successful collaborations between their editors and young directors over the past year, the division aims to continue the company’s track record of nurturing the best young talent in the business.

The new Promos and Content section is now live on the Cut+Run website and open for business, featuring young editors Jack Singer, Sally Cooper and Chris Roebuck - who in the past year alone has worked on the MVA-nominated Busy Earnin' for Jungle, Changing for Sigma ft Paloma Faith, La Roux's Kiss And Not Tell (above).      

Senior producer Annabelle Dunbar-Whittaker, who has spearheaded the division, says: “One of the things that Cut+Run is so great at doing, is investing in people. I'm lucky enough to be an example of this and over the years I’ve really enjoyed seeing my peers, both editors and directors, rise through the ranks and gain such well-deserved success in the industry. It’s so important to support emerging talent and that is what this platform is all about!"

"New talent is an exciting common thread between ourselves and production companies and this investment will enable us to offer the highest level of talent, without compromising due to budget restraints,” adds MD Toby Abbott.  

With the Cut+Run offices also housing boutique visual effects company Four Walls, the two companies have already collaborated highly effectively on numerous projects.    

• Watch work on the Cut+Run Promos+Content page here

David Knight - 30th Jan 2015

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