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Mark Atkin ASE

Mark Atkin is an Australian editor and filmmaker. Over the last 30 years he has edited all types of productions including feature films; Seeing Red, Only the Brave, Mallboy, Nowhere Boys: Book of Shadows, Force of Destiny – telemovies; Secret Bridesmaid’s Business and Saved – television drama series; Seachange, MDA, Offspring, The Slap, Nowhere Boys, Mrs Biggs, Glitch, Safe Harbour and Stateless – documentaries; Pozieres, The Edge of the Possible, Two Mums and a Dad, Immigration Nation, Jabbed, Blood on the Coal, First Contact, DNA Nation, Harry Seidler: Modernist and Filthy, Rich & Homeless - TVC's; most recently for Worksafe and GMHBA.

After graduating from Swinburne’s Film and Television School in 1981, Mark worked in many facets of filmmaking; as a sound recordist and sound-editor, camera assistant and operator, script writer, full time lecturer at Swinburne and as a director/producer of music videos and documentaries. In 1990, editing became the primary focus of his career.

In 2004, Mark was accredited by the Australian Screen Editors Guild. In 2012, he received an Australian Screen Editors award for Best Editing in a Television Drama for The Slap. In 2014, Mark won an AACTA award for Best Editing in a Television Series for Mrs Biggs.


Film and Television Post Production