Molinare has appointed four new recruits to its Foley department.

Jemma Riley- Tolch, Zoe Freed and Rebecca Heathcote have come onboard this month with Adam Oakley the latest addition to the recent expansion of the Foley department at Soho. 

Riley- Tolch, Freed and Heathcote have recently completed work alongside Molinare’s post production teams for Foley design on Philippa Lowthorpe’s film Misbehaviour (pictured).

Jemma Riley – Tolch, formerly Head of Recording at Pinewood studios, is to join the Foley department at Molinare as Head of Foley. She has previously won a CAS award in 2018 for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Motion Picture’ on the Academy award winning Bohemian Rhapsody.  Other film credits include:Misbehaviour, Fantastic Beasts, Klaus, Aladdin, Dumbo, and Tombraider. She has also collaborated alongside Molinare’s audio team on the Little Island’s Production Patrick Melrose. Gaming credits include: The Division 2, Erica, Sea of Solitude & Hidden Agenda.

Rebecca Heathcote started off as an assistant director in the film & TV industry on productions like Downton Abbey before moving into Foley at Pinewood Studios.  Her credits include: Misbehaviour, Emma, Klaus, Yesterday, Hellboy, Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle. Gaming credits include: Erica, Sea of Solitude & The Dark Picture: Man of Medan.

Zoe Freed also joins from Pinewood to Molinare and has already collaborated with Molinare on the BAFTA award winning Baby Driver. Her other credits include: Misbehaviour, The Gentleman, Rocketman, Klaus, Yesterday and Aladdin. Gaming credits include: Watch Dogs ,PUBG, Erica, Sea of Solitude & The Dark Picture: Man of Medan.

Adam Okaley will be joining Molinare today as a Senior Sound Editor, coming from a freelancing background Oakley has strengthened and developed his career with Pinewood. Oakley’s credits include: The Old Guard, Emma, Klaus, Embattled, and The Durrells. Gaming credits include: Death Stranding, Erica, Division 2 and Hidden Agenda.

James Doyle, Head of Audio Facilities comments: “Molinare are very lucky to have convinced Jemma, Zoe, Rebecca and Adam to join us. They have built an excellent reputation at Pinewood over the last five years that has been recognised in the industry through the variety of first class projects they have worked on from Feature film, to TV, to triple A Games titles. Awards have rightly followed and they have a global reputation to match. The team have done so much to showcase the art and craft of Foley through their enthusiasm and love for creating worlds of wonderful sound to which clients of Molinare will now benefit from.”

Jon Creamer

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