Mick Audsley

Film Industry Role: Editor

Nationality: British

Major Works: "Interview with the Vampire", "12 Monkeys", "Everest"

Major Awards and Nominations: BAFTA winner (1993), BAFTA nomination (1988)

Mick Audsley is a leading film and television editor with an editorial work of over 50 titles, spanning almost 40 years of work. He collaborated with directors such as Terry Gillian, Stephen Frears, Mike Newell and Neil Jordan and is best known for his work on "Interview with the Vampire" (1994), "12 Monkeys" (1995), "High Fidelity" (200), "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" (2005), and more recently "The Zero Theorem" (2013) and "Everest" (2015).

Mick Audsley completed his postgraduate at the Royal College of Art and afterwardshe began his career in film editing at the British Film Institute Production Board, where he worked with writer-director Bill Douglas cutting the final film of Douglas’ autobiographical trilogy "My Way Home".

His extensive collaboration with Stephen Frears began with "Walter" (1982), a TV film starring Ian McKellen, and continued since, bringing Audsley a BAFTA nomination for Best Editing for "Dangerous Liaisons" (1988), and a BAFTA TV Award for Best Film or Video Editor Fiction/ Entertainment, for "The Snapper" (1993).

Audsley also works on film supervising and as an editing consultant for features, shorts and TV series.