Doc production company, Frith Street Films, is opening its Soho edit space to outside hire.

Owners Jacqui Morris and David Morris are the directors behind films including McCullin

Situated across the three storey building, there are seven rooms available of varying sizes and all with windows.

Jacqui Morris and David Morris said: “After more than ten years of making feature docs and movies, we know a thing or two about cutting rooms!  So all our rooms are adaptable to the clients needs,  Whether they require a meeting room for a day or an edit suite for 6 months we can accommodate all of this, and within their budget.  And from experience we know the importance of good decor, homely touches and soundproofing which we’ve paid particular attention to. The rooms are available to hire with or without edit kit – all with air conditioning units and access to the roof terrace and kitchen space. Also what really sets us apart is that  the rooms are very secure.  It’s a  self contained building, no strangers wandering around – perfect for those highly confidential projects. And if it’s a VERY confidential project, you can book out the whole place.

“We are hoping to create a hub of industry film-makers in an inspirational and creative workspace. It’s time to get back to normal. People  have had  to work from home but nothing beats working in Soho, the film industry’s spiritual home.”

50 Frith Street cutting rooms will be opening August 2021

Jon Creamer

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