Final Cut

Final Cut is a creative editorial company with offices in London, New York and Los Angeles. We collaborate with top directors and agencies on the most prominent commercials, feature films and music videos.

Final Cut are celebrating a whopping 25 years this week! Shots caught up with Managing Director and Editor David Webb to reminisce about years gone by whilst taking a look back at some of our best bits.

Netflix series ‘Sex Education’ has been a runaway hit, with a killer soundtrack to match. David Webb reveals all about how they curated the soundtrack that earned consecutive Music+Sound Awards for ‘Best Sync for a Television Programme.’

We are honored to be AdAge’s first-ever recipient of the Creativity Awards’ Editorial Company of the Year!

Editors Zoe Schack and Jeff Buchanan talk to Shots about their experience telling “Beastie Boys Story” with Spike Jonze for Apple TV+, premiering tonight!

Welcome to #TheArchives, a showcase of our editors’ long-form work featuring films, short films, series, documentaries, and music videos. All available to stream at home.

As we navigate this extraordinary time, we’re fully embracing working remotely and doing what we do best, solving problems through collaboration and creativity.

An important message from your friends at Final Cut regarding novel coronavirus, and our ongoing commitment to everyone’s health and well being.

Editor Dan Sherwen helped Joint and Jake and Ridley Scott convince Vue to ‘Get Lost’ in the cinema with a little help from Star Wars’ John Boyega. Read all about it at Shots!

We’re delighted that our New York Times “The Truth Is Worth It”, edited by Jim Helton, was one of four campaigns to win at Little Black Book’s Immortal Awards. What’s more, Final Cut was ranked #1 edit house!

We’re over the moon that Jim Helton’s work for The New York Times won a Post Production Grand Prix at Ciclope, while New Blood editor Lucy Berry’s Kano “Trouble” took home Gold in Music Video Editing!

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