Christopher Mill is a film & television editor with over 20 years of experience editing award winning films, television and commercials. He has advanced skills in Avid, FCP & the Adobe Creative Suite. He also has a Master of Arts in Drama Editing from AFTRS (NSW) and a BA in English from Curtin University (WA).
Most recently Christopher’s feature film, The Merger, was selected for the Centrepiece Gala Screening at the Melbourne International Film Festival and was in competition at Cinefest OZ.
He has also recently been nominated for Best Editing at the ASE Awards for his work on the acclaimed television show Back In Time For Dinner.
Christopher began editing in WA at Editel, one of Perth’s top commercial post-house’s, cutting high-end commercials. In 2002 Christopher moved to Melbourne where he worked at the FoxFooty Channel in its inaugural year, editing over 300 episodes of the popular sports show Club Corner.
In 2003 Christopher was accepted into the prestigious Master of Arts (Drama) Editing course at AFTRS (NSW). During the two-year course he edited many award winning shorts such as Still Life and Passion with a Pedigree. During his time at AFTRS, Christopher also wrote & directed two short films, the short horror Thirty-Five and the award winning short documentary Speakin’ Out.
In 2005 Christopher travelled to the United Kingdom where he edited the feature film Popcorn, a romantic comedy that premiered in January 2007. He also assisted on two other feature films, Isolation and Unrelated.
Christopher returned to Sydney in 2006 and has since been editing Logie nominated shows such as The Ultimate Donation and Bondi Rescue. In 2009 Christopher edited the festival winning short drama Boundless. Some other recent credits include the first two series of popular docu-drama series ToughNuts: Australia’s Hardest Criminals, MegaTruckers, Outback Coroner & Flying Miners.
In 2013 Christopher edited two feature films including Andrew Traucki’s third horror film The Jungle and Mark Grentell’s debut feature comedy Backyard Ashes.
Christopher has also been on the Executive Committee of the Australian Screen Editors Guild (ASE) from 2002-2012 and recently started tutoring editing at MetroScreen (Sydney).