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Jane Hancock

Jane spearheaded Wounded Buffalo’s first dubbing theatre in 1995 and was the principal dubbing mixer there for 11 years.

By 2006 she had worked in the industry for 22 years and decided to take a sabbatical. She headed off to Bristol University to study science, gained a B.Sc and PhD in pharmacology and continued in medical research for a further three years.

She never lost touch with the Wounded Buffalo family though and has now returned to the studio on the production side of the business. Her main focus is tenders where her past experience in the studio has given her a good understanding of the technical and creative aspects required to complete a project.

Previous Credits:

The Tonto Woman, Dubbing mixer, Director: Daniel Barber:
Oscar nominated – Best short film, 2008

Galapagos, Dubbing mixer, BBC NHU:
Jackson Hole – Best of Festival, Winner 2007
US Peabody Award – Audio-visual excellence, Winner, 2007

The Queen of Trees, Dubbing mixer, Deeble & Stone Productions:
Missoula – Best TV programme, Winner, 2006
SONDRIO – Best of Festival, Winner, 2006
Festival de L’Oiseau – Special Jury award, Winner, 2006

The Tonto Woman
The Tonto Woman
The Queen of Trees
The Queen of Trees
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