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    In advance of EditFest London 2018, four editors from the worlds of live action and animation who’ve shaped films from Top Gun to Wonderwoman 
to Sweeney Todd, tell Jon Creamer what it takes to create the perfect cut
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    Televisual’s annual Production Technology Survey reveals the kit that producers are using to make their content – and what they think of it. Jon Creamer reports
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Corporate 50 2017 Back to Reports & survey Listing

01 casual films

Casual shared the top spot last time but gets it all to itself this year and that’s “because they consistently make good shit. Oh and they have a nice office,” as one fan puts it. Others describe Casual as “brilliant filmmakers” and “dedicated, hardworking, nice people.” Others still admire its “great mix of work and clients” and “great approachable brand and excellent work.”

02 the edge

Voters pick out The Edge for “producing some of the best looking corporate work ever” and for its ability to “stretch across a range of sectors and skills” and simply because “they are just good at what they do.”

03 scorch films

Scorch Films is lauded for being “forward thinking and disruptive” and also for concentrating on its own brand: “The way in which they promote themselves, from a stylish and impressive website to a cutting edge showreel, is something to learn from and respect.”

04= jack morton

Jack Morton secures equal fourth place in the affections of its peers on the basis of its own sheer “size” and “the scale of the productions” it produces as well as for having “such a well-established brand.”

04= lonely leap
It’s Lonely Leap’s “beautifully shot human documentary” that gets it fourth spot in the poll as well as its “stonking style, crafted cutting and sound sound design.”

04= merchant cantos

Also in fourth is Merchant Cantos, winning admirers for its “client list and deep knowledge of the corporate sector” and its “increasingly streamlined operation and integration” along with its “professional, slick business approach.”

07= buddy films

Buddy Films makes the leap into the Peer Poll top ten this time for, among other things, its “simple, clear creative.”

07= pukka films
Joint seventh for Pukka on the back of its “originality” and for being “back on form delivering great work.”

09= armoury films, contra, Giggle Group, media zoo, quite frankly, wing

Equal ninth for all of the above companies this time.

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