Black Mirror: Joan Is Awful
Joan Is Awful is the first episode of Black Mirror series 6. It was written by Charlie Brooker, directed by Ally Pankiw and produced by Joel Stokes for Broke And Bones/Netflix. The episode stars Annie Murphy, Salma Hayek, Rob Delaney and Michael Cera and is about Joan, an ordinary young woman whose life is disrupted by a giant streaming company turning her life into a hit show.
Given her love of writing and her fascination with death, getting the obituary writer job at a local newspaper in the west of Ireland is a dream come true for Elvira Clancy. Unfortunately, it turns into a nightmare when her newspaper falls on hard times and she finds herself being paid per obituary overnight. When she “accidentally” kills a nasty piece of work in the town, she discovers she might have a previously untapped talent and she relishes using ever more crafty methods to kill off the town’s unpleasant residents while making them look like accidents. Stalk. Kill. Publish. Repeat. This dark comedy stars Siobhán Cullen, Michael Smiley and Danielle Galligan and was written by Ray Lawlor. Tony edited episodes 1, 2 and 3 which were directed by John Hayes for Magamedia/APC. The series is available on the RTÉ and Hulu platforms.
The Outlaws, created by Stephen Merchant and Elgin James, follows seven people performing community service in Bristol. The offenders, who are all from different walks of life, form unlikely friendships and we gradually see their private lives intersect. The group is then forced to unite in order to protect one of their own from a very dangerous criminal gang. The series stars Stephen Merchant, Christopher Walken, Eleanor Tomlinson, Rhianne Baretto, Gamba Cole, Clare Perkins, Darren Boyd and Jess Gunning and it is a Big Talk/BBC/Amazon Prime production. Tony edited episodes 3, 4 and 5 of series 1 and episodes 1 and 2 of series 2 which were directed by John Butler.
Smother is an Irish thriller drama series created by Kate O'Riordan and directed by Dathaí Keane It stars Dervla Kirwan as Val Ahern, a mother who is determined to protect her family at any cost. The series is produced by BBC Studios and Treasure Entertainment for the broadcaster RTÉ. Tony edited episodes 2, 4 and 6 in series 3 which also stars Gemma-Leah Devereaux, Éanna Hardwicke, Niamh Walsh, Jason O'Mara, Seána Kerslake and Dean Fagan.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
Black Mirror: BANDERSNATCH is a standalone Netflix interactive film written by Charlie Brooker, directed by David Slade and produced by Russell McLean. It stars Fionn Whitehead, Colin Poulter, Alice Lowe, Asim Choudhry and Craig Parkinson. Tony was nominated in the 2019 BAFTA Television Craft Awards for Editing: Fiction and is nominated for editing in the 2020 IFTA awards. Bandersnatch also won two Emmys in 2019, for Outstanding Television Movie and for Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within A Scripted Programme.
Black Mirror: Metalhead
Metalhead is the fifth episode of the fourth season of anthology series Black Mirror. It was written by Charlie Brooker, directed by David Slade and produced by Louise Sutton for House of Tomorrow/Netflix. The only Black Mirror episode filmed entirely in black and white, the episode follows the plight of Bella (Maxine Peake) trying to flee from a robot "dog" after the unexplained collapse of human society.
Black Mirror: Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too
Black Mirror: Rachel, Jack And Ashley Too is the third episode of season 5, written by Charlie Brooker, directed by Anne Sewitsky and produced by Nick Pitt for House of Tomorrow/Netflix. It stars Miley Cyrus, Angourie Rice, Madison Davenport and Susan Parfour. A lonely teenager yearns to connect with her favourite pop star Ashley O who herself yearns to escape the control of her aunt and manager.
The End Of The F***ing World series 2
The second series of The End of The F***ing World is the next chapter of James and Alyssa's lives after the acclaimed first series became a global hit on Netflix. Tony edited episodes 1-4 which were directed by Lucy Forbes, produced by Jenny Frayn and starred Jessica Barden, Alex Lawther and Naomi Ackie. It is a Clerkenwell Films/Channel 4/Netflix production. The series won two BAFTA 2020 awards, for Best Drama and Best Supporting Actress (Naomi Ackie).
London, 1962. Vivien, a young Jewish hairdresser, has travelled down from Manchester in search of her former love, Jack. Upon discovering that he’s been injured while working undercover, Vivien volunteers to help Jewish coalition the 62 Group infiltrate a rapidly growing neo-Nazi movement in order to rescue him The four part series stars Agnes O'Casey, Rory Kinnear, Tom Varey, Eddie Marsan, Tamzin Outhwaite and Sam Spiro and it is a Red Productions / BBC / PBS production. Tony edited all four episodes which were directed by Lisa Mulcahy and produced by Betsan Morris Evans.