Sep 19, 2010
Chris Gill started out as an editor for television,
winning Royal Television Society Best Editing awards
for the programs Touching
Evil and Crime and
Punishment. He has admitted to being seduced by the art
Chris made his debut as a feature film editor with Danny Boyle’s film, 28 Days Later. Chris has since worked on other films for Danny including Millions and Sunshine.
Chris’ editing spans genres from the horror/thriller The Daisy Chain to the classic period drama Brideshead Revisited for Julian Jarrold to the Ricky Gervais’ comedy The Invention of Lying. Chris makes time to edit short films as well.
Chris’ most recent editing work includes the films Centurion, a historical action-adventure directed by Neil Marshall and the psychological thriller, Locked In with Ben Barnes.