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London, UK – (October 21, 2008) – Internationally acclaimed editor Nicolas Stampe has become a part of Cut + Run’s award- winning editor roster, amplifying the company’s creative intensity with his multifaceted style. “I am very much looking forward to the inspiration of Cut and Run’s versatile talent pool and the incredibly creative melting pot that exists in all three locations,� says Nicolas. An editor for nearly fifteen years, Nicolas exemplifies the Cut + Run focus on a borderless approach to creative, having worked all over Europe, the US, Australia and Asia with directors Acne, Nick Brandt, Walter Kehr, Stephen Mead, Rankin + Chris, Olivier Venturini and Martin Werner. “Nicolas is a total all around editor and will be a great asset to Cut and Run,� explains Cut + Run Founder/Editor Steve Gandolfi. “He will definitely be working in all our offices as his work powerfully translates to any market and genre.� Showcasing a diversity of projects, Nick’s client list includes such leading brands as BMW, MTV, Mercedes, Nivea, Audi and Coke. He has been awarded many accolades including London International Awards, Clios, New York Festivals, the Golden Award of Montreux and Cannes Lions for his commercial endeavors. Audiences were especially charmed by Coke Zero’s “The Break Up,� an effects-heavy, comedy soaked trailer send-up that presents a “break up as it should be�. Guilt free, like Coke Zero. Additionally, Nicolas’s passion for editing earned him an invitation to lecture at the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF). There he spoke on the theory, practice, history and philosophy of film editing and the different techniques supporting the content of scenes within classic films. To view Nicolas’ reel, please visit:


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