Molinare has hired award-winning dubbing mixer, Greg Gettens, to strengthen its broadcast factual audio offering.

Gettens joins from Clear Cut Pictures, having spent the last seven years as its Head of Audio. He has been working in audio post production for over 18 years after first beginning his career at Molinare as an Audio Assistant.

Gettens has most recently been working on BBC Two’s landmark drama documentary The Last Warrior King. In 2013, he won the RTS Award for Best Sound in Drama for his work on BBC One’s historical epic drama documentary D Day: The Last Heroes, and has also mixed shows including the political series Inside The Commons and Channel 4’s Charlie Hebdo – 3 Days That Shook Paris. He was also re-recording mixer for David Sington’s documentary The Fear of 13.

Current Head of Factual Sound, George Foulgham, will now concentrate on Molinare’s expanding feature documentary division.

Julie Parmenter, Molinare’s Managing Director said: “We are delighted to be welcoming Greg back to Molinare in what is set to be a very busy autumn period for us. Greg’s exemplary reputation and back catalogue of award-winning work demonstrate our intention to grow our factual portfolio even further.”

Greg Gettens said: “I am very excited to be coming back home to Molinare, now as the head of a department which has such a great reputation. The work they produce is outstanding, so to be offered the opportunity to become part of that team is fantastic."

George Foulgham, also commented: “Greg is without doubt one of the best Factual Mixers in London, and I couldn’t think of anyone better to work alongside with. He will greatly enhance our Factual Audio offering.”

He joins Molinare on the 1st August 2016.

Jon Creamer

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