Highlights Of The Week


Not just one but two Blueberry editors, Ian Baigent and Rob Franz, cut this week’s episode of Big Dreams Small Spaces, the new show where Monty Don works with amateur gardeners up and down the country to help them create the garden of their dreams.

In this episode, Monty visits two sets of ambitious gardeners, each facing challenges on a very different scale: the first one is a tiny urban courtyard in Hackney and the second one is the play area for a local primary school in Bury, Lancashire. The series airs Friday at 7 pm on BBC Two. You can catch up on iPlayer.

One of our recent sign ups Chiraag Parmar, edited a short documentary commissioned by L’Oreal for Quite Frankly Productions about Jodie, a woman with learning difficulties who was given an opportunity to do a one year placement working with the cosmetics company. You can watch it right here on the left column.

Editor James Page recently cut feature film The Pugilist, a redemption thriller starring Matthew Jure (God’s Acre) and Ian Beattie (Game of Thrones). The film screened this week at the Berlinale’s European Film Market and James also cut a Behind The Scenes video for the film’s the post-production.


James Page is also the subject of this week’s Spotlight interview. An editor with 12 years of experience, he works mainly in features, documentaries and shorts and has accumulated a vast array of skills by cutting broadcast documentaries and factual series, as well as dramas and promos.

He is experienced at building a story from observational content by creating strong, clear and engaging narrative in any style. He enjoys collaborating with directors and other editors and has built on his extensive experience as an assistant, including an in depth knowledge of technical workflow, excellent organizational skills and troubleshooting abilities.