Twickenham Film Studios has appointed Justin Lanchbury as Picture Post & Dailies Manager and Carl Childs as Head of Engineering.

Lanchbury has 23 years of experience in film and TV post production and dailies and has worked extensively in both the Independent and Studio sectors. His key credits include No Time to Die, Firebrand and Ex Machina.

Childs is making his return to TFS after gaining experience managing the design, delivery and support of interactive experiences and corporate AV solutions in a wide range of industry sectors across the UK and globally.

Justin Lanchbury said: ‘I am thrilled to have joined such a wonderful team of Oscar winning creative talent and world class facilities in one of the UK’s most iconic film studios. It is an exciting time to join, and it’s great to be working with Andrew Boswell again.’

Carl Childs said: ‘Coming back to Twickenham, it’s unusual that a lot of it is familiar, but at the same time there’s a lot of change. I’m incredibly excited to be back here to support the team and the world class facilities we offer.’

Andrew Boswell, Joint MD comments on the new hires: ‘We are delighted to welcome Justin Lanchbury and Carl Childs to the Twickenham Film Studios team.  Their experience and expertise will ensure we have the perfect skillset to continue to support all picture and engineering client requirements and that Twickenham continues to offer an exemplary London based script to screen offer.’

Superna Sethi, Joint MD says: ‘It gives us great delight to welcome Justin Lanchbury and Carl to our professional team at Twickenham, they bring a vast amount of knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm. It’s also wonderful to see Carl reunited with Twickenham after all these years.

Twickenham Film studios this year has worked on Top Gun: Maverick, A Man Called Otto, Whitney, Black Mirror, Red White and Royal Blue and Empire of Light.

Jon Creamer

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