Mark Day (editor)

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Mark Day
Born (1978-10-04) October 4, 1978 (age 36)
Nova Scotia, Canada
Nationality British
Occupation Film Editor
Years active 1998-2013

Mark Day is a British film editor. He won two BAFTA Awards for Best Editing for State of Play and Sex Traffic, both directed by David Yates with whom Day also worked with on The Way We Live Now, The Young Visiters and The Girl in the Café; the former two projects gained Day two Royal Television Society award nominations for Best Tape and Film Editing along with two BAFTA nominations and the latter project gained Day a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing.[1][2] Day has also worked with Yates on The Sins and four Harry Potter films: Order of the Phoenix, Half-Blood Prince, Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Deathly Hallows – Part 2. Day has edited over thirty television films and dramas.

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Television films and dramas[edit]

  • Whatever Love Means
  • The Girl in the Café
  • Sex Traffic
  • The Young Visiters
  • State of Play
  • Rose and Maloney
  • Flesh and Blood
  • The Way We Live Now
  • NCS Manhunt
  • Shockers
  • The Sins
  • Anna Karenina
  • The Murder Rooms
  • Donovan Quick
  • Split Second
  • The Fix
  • The Wingless Bird
  • The Tale of Sweeny Todd
  • Cold Comfort Farm
  • A Royal Scandal
  • The Tide of Life
  • Criminal
  • Royal Celebration
  • Suddenly Last Summer
  • The Hummingbird Tree
  • Memento Mori
  • A Question of Attribution
  • Tell Me That You Love Me
  • The Police
  • Number 27

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