Molinare has hired audio specialist Glen Gathard as Creative Director.
Gathard’s career spans over 300 productions in Film, Games and Television and and he’s picked up award nominations and wins including The Primetime Emmy, MPSE and CAS Awards. Most recently he won a CAS for Bohemian Rhapsody and CAS nomination for Rocketman.
His project list includes Sony, Microsoft, Netflix, HBO, Disney and Ubisoft and his credits cover Baby Driver, Wonder Woman, Bohemian Rhapsody, Harry Potter, Devs, The Witcher, Alien Isolation, The Division, Blood and Truth and the upcoming Ghost of Tsushima.
His appointment comes as Molinare expands into the gaming industry alongside Post Production, Film and TV.
Glen Gathard said – “I am extremely excited to be joining Molinare. The team’s ambition and desire to break new ground matches my own, and the facilities are second to none. We are going to do amazing things here. I can’t wait to get started.”
Nigel Bennett, Managing Director, said – “I’ve worked with Glen for a long time and I know that his passion, drive, creative savvy and get stuck in approach is unrivaled in the industry. This is a real coup for Molinare, as we continue our journey to the top of another screen industry.”
The appointment comes shortly after Molinare’s investment in increasing their ADR/VO and Casting offering in Soho last month.
Molinare’s recent audio credits include BBC One’s Dracula, The War of the Worlds from Mammoth Screen, and Worzel Gummidge.
Sister company Hackenbacker has recently worked on HBO’s Avenue 5 for returning director Armando Ianucci, Carnival Films’ Downton Abbey, and has contributed to the latest series of Peaky Blinders.
In 2020 Molinare has secured two CAS awards for Head of Broadcast Factual Sound Greg Gettens’ work on David Bowie: Finding Fame and ADR mixer James Gregory’s work on Fleabag.