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victoria boydell

Victoria Boydell is a BAFTA-nominated editor with experience that spans across features and television. Most recently, Victoria cut the Amazon/MGM feature Saltburn for director Emerald Fennell, starring Barry Keoghan and Jacob Elordi. The film was nominated for nearly 100 awards, including nominations from the BAFTA and Critics Choice Awards, along with two nominations from the BFE Cut Above Awards for Victoria's editing.

Notable work includes Rufus Norris'  Broken, which premiered at Cannes and won Best Film at the British Independent Spirit Awards; Raine Allen-Miller's Rye Lane, which screened at Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for Best Editing at the British Independent Film Awards; Basil Khalil's A Gaza Weekend, which was an official selection at TIFF; and Michael Samuel's The Windermere Children, which was nominated for a BAFTA Award.

Victoria has collaborated with major film studios such as Netflix, Sony, and Searchlight Pictures on projects such as John Madden's Operation Mincemeat, Dan Friedkin's The Last Vermeer, and Simon Curtis' Goodbye Christopher Robin, respectively. In the television space, Victoria cut Tom Rob-Smith's London Spy, which garnered Victoria a BAFTA TV Craft nomination, Sean Durkin's Southcliffe, and Brian Kirk's Great Expectations, for which Victoria was nominated at the BAFTA Awards.

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