The Edit Store welcomes highly experienced Post Production Manager Ellie Stanway to the team

Member News  |  28 March 2019

The Edit Store was recently acquired by Clear Cut Pictures and this key appointment is the first step in exciting plans for the business.

Above: Ellie Stanway, Account Manager, The Edit Store

The Edit Store is delighted to announce the latest addition to their team, Ellie Stanway, in a newly created Account Manager position. 

Ellie brings a perfect combination of extensive knowledge of the business side of post as well as the day to day post processes such as work-flows and client services.  She joins The Edit Store from Molinare Hoxton, where she was the Facility Manager and Producer responsible for the smooth running of the facility. As well as running the facility she produced a wide variety of projects including ‘Acid Attack: My Story’ a RAW TV documentary for BBC Three, ‘Ovid: The Poet and The Emperor’ a Maya Vision documentary for BBC Four and ‘Random Acts’ a Little Dot Productions series for Channel 4.

Prior to this Ellie worked at the broadcast and post production consultation and training company VET Ltd. During her time there as their Post Production Director she oversaw the successful purchase of the post production part of the company to Molinare.

“I’m really excited about my newly created role as Account Manager at The Edit Store. It’s a great opportunity to work alongside such an experienced team and to continue to deliver a high pedigree of meaningful factual content with new and existing clients.”

Ellie Stanway

“I am thrilled that Ellie is the newest addition to our Edit Store team. Her extensive experience of working with the very best documentary makers will make a great combination with our existing client base.”

Rowan Bray, MD Clearcut

Some programmes recently produced at The Edit Store include Janet Baker In Her Own Words (Crux Productions/BBC Four); Dispatches: New Landlords from Hell ((Channel 4) Trans Kids: Why Medicine Matters? (Panorama/BBC One); Dispatches HS2: The Great Train Robbery (Channel 4); Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70 (Crux Productions/BBC One); Nile Rodgers: How to Make It in the Music Business (1212 Productions/BBC Four); House of Saud: A Family at War (BBC Current Affairs/BBC Two).

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