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With 28 years of experience in editing hundreds of documentaries, dramas and trailers (as well as the years he spent directing factual docs for The BBC) Andrea’s strength in placing himself in the seat of his audience, his encyclopaedic knowledge of everything to do with films and film-making, his storytelling skills and flair for music, have put him on the map as one of most sought out editors in the business. He also one happens to be one of the most prolific, seamlessly moving from project to project, with the same excitement, energy and curiosity as when he first started.

With 28 years of experience in editing hundreds of documentaries, dramas and trailers (as well as the years he spent directing factual docs for The BBC) Andrea’s strength in placing himself in the seat of his audience, his encyclopaedic knowledge of everything to do with films and film-making, his storytelling skills and flair for music, have put him on the map as one of most sought out editors in the business. He also one happens to be one of the most prolific, seamlessly moving from project to project, with the same excitement, energy and curiosity as when he first started


Bahrain Welcomes The Pope – 2022

1×60 currently working on this.


Eva Longoria: Searching For Mexico” – CNN 2022

1 x42″ Film Editor – Eva Longoria travels Mexico to explore food ranging from tequila to mole sauce


“The Queen and Us” . BBC One – 2022/2016 – BBC Two 2022

7×60” Film Editor – A 7 part series remembering The Queen through the decades.


“Hans Zimmer – Hollywood Rebel “– BBC Two 2022

1×60’’ – Film editor – The story most celebrated film composers as told by the man himself and his closest collaborators


“Days that Shook the BBC ” – BBC Two 2022

1×60’’ – Film editor – A three-part documentary about the times the BBC became the news, instead of just broadcasting the news. 


“The Boys from Bazil: Rise of the Bolsonaros “ – BBC two 2022

1×60’’ – Film editor – A three-part documentary about controversial Brazilian leader Jair Bolsonaro


  HBO MAX – EUROPE Launch 2021” –  2021

  1×30’ – Editor – A 30 minutes promo, for the launch of HBO Max Europe:  hundreds of clips from film and TV series from the Warner Bros, HBO and Cartoon Network Library. 


 “Nature, Culture and Us” – BBC two 2021

1×60’’ – Film editor – An awe inspiring journey through our changing relationship to nature, from prehistory to the present, told through some of the world’s greatest artworks.


 “A Life in Ten Pictures” – Tupac – BBC two 2021

1×60’’ – Film editor – Tupac Shakur’s image is famous around the world. But just a handful of iconic shots and private snaps reveal a new story: an extraordinary life through a unique lens.


 “Web of Lies” – 2020

1×45’’ – Film editor – The story of one of the youngest serial killer in Canada. For Blast TV


  “One Cup, A Thousand Stories” – 2020

1×60’’ – Film editor – the  story of tea and its impact on China and other civilizations around the world. For BBC Studios


 “The Romantic Revolution” – BBC two 2020

1×60’’ – Film editor – The Romantics’ revolution in thought and creativity changed the way we think of art and artists, but also changed the political landscape – For BBC Nature


  “The Windors” – CNN – 2020

1×60’’ – Film Editor – From the producers of “The Kennedys,” a six-part Series about the British Royal Family. For Raw TV


My Family, the Holocaust and Me” – BBC One – 2019

2×60’’ – Film Editor – Robert Rinder help the families of those who experienced the Holocaust re-trace their parents and grandparents’ steps.


 “Inside the Vatican” – BBC TWO – 2019

1×60’’ – Filmed over the course of a year, Inside The Vatican delivers unprecedented access to one of the most important places in the Christian world.


 ICONS: The Story of the 20th Century      – BBC TWO – 2019

1×60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. 1x 60” Pele – Exploring the achievements of the greatest figures of the 20th century 


Inside North Korea’s Dynasty” — National Geographic – 2018

1x 60’’ – Credited as Editor


“Who do you think you are?” — 2018 – BAFTA WINNER – Best Feature

1x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Directed by David Vincent 


Civilisations”   (EPISODE 1, 9 + Additional editing on EP.2, 3 & 7) 

9×60’’ – A major new series telling the story of art from the dawn of human history to the present day.


TRUMP: An American Dream” – C4 & Netflix

4×50’’ – A four-part series  following Trump across five decades as a businessman, developer, media star, and politician before he reached the White House.


Film 2010/2011/2015/2016/2017”   (over 50 episodes)                           

20×40’’ 32×30’’ – Credited as Film Editor – With Claudia Winkleman, Danny Leigh, Charlie Brooker.


The Art Of France – There Will Be Blood (2016)

1×60’ – Credited as Film Editor. Art Documentary written & Presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon. Directed by Basil Comely.


1066: A Year To Conquer England – (2016)                          

1×60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Docu-Drama presented by Dan Snow. Produced by Chris Granlund


HORIZON: Hair Care Secrets – (2016)

1×60’’ Credited as Film Editor. Science Documentary – Produced by Steve Crabtree. Directed by Alicky Sussman & Milla Harrison.


Royal Wives At War  (2016)

1×60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Docu-Drama  with Emma Davis and Gena McKee. – Directed by Tim Dunn. Exec: Eamon Hardy


Sir Roy Strong At 80 ( 2016)

1×60’ – Credited as Film Editor. Multi-camera. In-depth interview by Lucy Worsley. Directed by Basil Comely


The Art Of Scandinavia  (2016)

1×60’ – Credited as Film Editor. Written & Presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon


They Will Have To Kill Us First – (2015)

Feature length Documentary.  Premiered at SXSW in 2015. Directed by Johanna Schwartz. Credited as Film Editor


Dan Cruickshank’s Warsaw: Resurrecting The Past – 2015

1×60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Written & Presented by Dan Cruickshank. Directed by Tim Dunn


Alan Bennett at 80: Bennett Meets Hytner

1×60’ – Credited as Film Editor. Multi-camera. In-depth interview between Hytner and Bennet. Directed by Basil Comely. 


Britain’s Great War” – 2014

4x 60’’ – Credited as Series Film Editor. Presented by Jeremy Paxman. Credited as Series Film EditorScreen Shot 2017-05-08 at 21.04.55


Schama on Rembrandt: Masterpieces of the Late Years – 2014

1 x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor Written & Presented by Simon Schama


The Art of Gothic: Britain’s Midnight Hour –  BBC FOUR – 2014 

1x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Written & Presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon


The People’s Portrait — BBC ONE – 2014

1x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. With Simon Weston. Presented by Fiona Bruce. Directed by Tim Dunn


Britain And the Sea”  – 2013

3x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Presented by David Dimbleby


Shakespeare in Italy” – 2012

2x 60’’ – Credited as Series Producer, Director & Editor. With Francesco da Mosto, Emma Thompson, Kieran Hinds, Mark Rylance


“Empire” — (2012)

5 x 60’’ – Written & Presented by Jeremy Paxman. Credited as Series Film EditorScreen Shot 2017-05-08 at 21.04.55

  • Episode three: Playing the Game

The Manor Reborn”  (2012)

1 x 60’’ –  Lead Film Editor. Series with Penelope Keith, Paul Martin, Dan Cruikshank. Exec: Basil Comely.Screen Shot 2017-05-08 at 21.04.55

  • Episode 2
  • Episode 4

The 7 Ages of Britain” –  2011

1 x 60’’ –  Credited as Series Film Editor. Written & Presented by David Dimbleby. Credited as Series Editor.Screen Shot 2017-05-08 at 21.04.55

  • Episode 1 – “Age of Conquest”
  • Episode 2 – “Age of Worship”
  • Episode 3 – “Age of Power”
  • Episode 4 – “Age of Revolution”
  • Episode 5 – “Age of Money”
  • Episode 6 – “Age of Empire”
  • Episode 7 – “Age of Ambition”

 “THE NORMANS” — “Conquest” (2010)

1 x 60’’ – Credited as Film EditorWritten & Presented by Robert Bartlett. Directed by Fatima Salaria


“Victoria, A Royal Love Story” — BBC ONE – 2010

1 x 60’’ – Credited as Co-Editor. Written & Presented by Fiona Bruce. Directed by Julian Birkett.


“The Victorians” – Home Sweet Home (2009)

1x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Written & Presented by Jeremy Paxman. Also Additional editing on the other episodes of the series.


“Francesco’s Mediterranean Voyage” —  (2008)

12x 30’’ –  Credited as Series Film Editor. Presented by Francesco da MostoScreen Shot 2017-05-08 at 21.04.55

  • 1. Goodbye Venice – Also Additional Directing
  • 2. The Open Sea
  • 3. Land of Hope
  • 4. The Point of No Return
  • 5. Corfu and Greece
  • 6. The Gulf of Corinth
  • 7. Badlands
  • 8. The White Islands
  • 9. Cretes – Also Additional Directing (pre-title sequence)
  • 10. Dodecanese
  • 11. The Dardanelles – Also Director & Producer
  • 12. Istanbul – Also Director & Producer

ADVENTURES IN ARCHITECTURE” — BBC ONE – 2008 (8 EPISODES)

8x 60’’ – Credited as Lead Series Editor. Additional editing on all episodes.  Presented by Dan Cruickshank.  Also Main Editor of the following segments:

  • Episode 1 – Beauty (Pre-title)
  • Episode 2 – Death (Pre-title, Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut)
  • Episode 3 – Paradise  (Pre-title, Saint Catherine’s Monastery)
  • Episode 4 – Disaster  (Pre-title, Palmyra)
  • Episode 5 – Connections  (Pre-title, Damascus)
  • Episode 6 – Power (Pre-title, Marqab Castle)
  • Episode 7 – Dreams (Pre-title, Shibam)
  • Episode 8 – Pleasure (Pre-title)

“Francesco’s Italy – Top To toe“ 

4x 60’’ – Credited as Series Film Editor Presented by Francesco da Mosto.

  • 1. The Romantic North
  • 2. An English Love Affair
  • 3. The Heart of Italy  – Also Producer and Director
  • 4. The Land of my Mother

How We Built Britain” — 2007

3x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Landmark Series presented by David DimblebyScreen Shot 2017-05-08 at 21.04.55

  • Episode 1: The East: A New Dawn 
  • Episode 3: Scotland: Towering Ambitions  (Co-Editor)
  • Episode 6:The South: Dreams of Tomorrow

“THE IMPRESSIONISTS” — 2006

3x 60’’ – Credited as Series Film Editor. Drama. Credited as Series Film Editor. Directed by Tim Dunn & Mary DownesScreen Shot 2017-05-08 at 21.04.55


“A PICTURE OF BRITAIN” — 2005

2x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Written & Presented by David Dimbleby. Dir: Nicky Illis. Exec: Basil Comely, Chris Granlund

  • 1. The Romantic North
  • 5. The Home Front

“HOW ART MADE THE WORLD — “One upon a time” –  2005

1x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Presented by Nigel Spivy.  Executive Producer by Mark Hedgecoe


“SHEPPERTON BABYLON — BBC FOUR – 2005

1x 60’’ – Credited as Film Editor. Written by Matthew Sweet. Directed by Ben McPherson


RAPHAEL: A MORTAL GOD” — BBC ONE – 2004

1x 60’’ –  Docu-Drama.


AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 TREASURES — BBC TWO- 2004

2x 60’’ – Written & Presented by Dan Cruickshank. Directed by Tim Dunn

  • Episode 6: Uzbekistan to Syria
  • Episode 8: Mali to Egypt

FRANCESCO’S VENICE” — Episode 1 – 2004

4x 60’’ – Written & Presented by Francesco Da Mosto. BAFTA Winner.


BRILLIANTLY BRITISH” — BBC ONE – 2004

1x 60’’ –  Chippendale


BAND AID: the song that rocked the world” — BBC THREE – 2003

1x 60’’ – Winner of Indi Award Documentary.


“MIKE HODGES: Beyond GET CARTER ” – 2003

1x 60’’ – Directed by David Thompson. Exec. Julian Birkett.


THE BIG READ ” — 2003

2x 30’’. Executive producer Mark Harrison. Directed by Francis Whately and John Holdsworth


CINEMA, SEX, POLITICS: BERTOLUCCI MAKES THE DREAMERS” — BBC FOUR – 2002

1 x 60 – Directed by David Thompson. Also available on the DVD of the actual film in a shortened version.


“GREAT BRITONS: NELSON“ — BBC ONE – 2002

1x 60’’ – Art Documentary. Directed by Emma Hindley. Exec: Mark Harrison



HIDDEN IDENTITIES— CHANNEL 5 – 2002

1x 60’’ – Current Affair Documentary – Produced by Denys Blakeway



“SECRETS OF THE ROYAL PALACE“ — CHANNEL 4 – 2002

1x 90’’ – Current Affair Documentary – Produced by Belinda Giles. Directed by Mark Harrison


“BRITAIN’s BEST BUILDING“ — Hardwick Hall  – 2001

1x 60’’ – Credited as Editor. Written & Presented by Dan Cruickshank. Exec: Basil Comely

History of Kings and Queens — ITV – 2001

1x 60’’ – Credited as Editor. Director: Charles Miller



THE GREAT HOSPITAL FOOD MAKE-OVER — CHANNEL 4 – 2001

1x 60’’ – Credited as Editor. Observational/Current Affair Documentary. Directed by Callum McCrae


Hallmark Evolution: The Making of ‘Dinotopia’ (2000)

Director/Producer/Editor of TV Movie Documentary behind the scene docs of the multi-million million mini-series “Dinotopia”


Hallmark Dinotopia – Making of Documentary (2000)

Director/Producer/Editor of 6 episodes.


  “SCRAPMATES” (2000) – 10 Episodes 

10 x30” – Credited as Editor of all 10 episodes. Budget renovations with Sarah Cawood and Janette Swift.


COLD FISH“ — 1999

1x 90’’ – Credited as Sound Editor Editor.


Command Approved – Imax Release – 1999

Credited as Assistant Editor.


“DISPATCHES“ — CHANNEL 4 – 1999

1x 60’’ – “Battered Husband” – reporter DEBORAH DAVIES.  First Frame TV


Fast Food“ —  Feature Film 1999

1x 90’’ – Sound Editor.


“DISPATCHES” (1999)

1×60” – Childhood for sale


HOLDING ON“ — Feature Film  1999

2x 90’’ –  Assistant Director and Editor.


The Wolf of Kromer“ — Feature Film 1998

1x 90’’ –  Sound Effects Editor. Narrated by Boy George


Siamese Cop“ —  Feature Film 1998

1x 90’’ – Sound Editor, Assistant Director


Pink Pumpkins at Dawn“ — Feature Film 1998

1x 90’’ – Sound Editor, Assistant Director


SOUND EDITOR / ASSISTANT EDITOR / SOUND MIXER

on SEVERAL DOCUMENTARIES (1995 – 2000) and FEATURE FILMS among which Souvenir (1996)with Kristine Scott Thomas


between 1992 and 1995 Worked  on 77 short films / short documentaries

as Editor/Sound Editor/ Assistant Director, among which “Blood Tango”, produced by Sigourney Weaver. Cast Jeremy Irons.