Creative editorial house Final Cut has added award-winning editor Antonio Gómez-Pan to its roster. He will be based out of their Los Angeles office. Antonio was born in Madrid and graduated with a BA degree in Film Editing from the prestigious film school ESCAC in Spain. Antonio has edited advertising projects that have gone on to win golds at Cannes Lions and at the Berlin Film Festival in various categories.
Antonio has edited innumerable music videos and worked for brands like Coca-Cola, Nike, Amazon, Adidas, Chanel, North Face, Toyota, IKEA, Samsung, and Volkswagen. He has collaborated with agencies including Leo Burnett, Saatchi&Saatchi, Sid Lee, McCann, and JWT, and with directors such as Elliot Rausch, Albert Uría, Rodrigo Valdes and Cliqua. He has recently finished a documentary series for Quibi, '&Music', directed by the Los Angeles-based artist, filmmaker, and historian, Calmatic, out of production company PRETTYBIRD.
Antonio has edited short films that have been preselected for the Academy Awards selected at Sundance, Cannes, Clermont-Ferrand, and have won at the LA Film Festival (Mi Amigo Invisible) and the Sitges Film Festival (Elefante), among many others. He is the editor of several award-winning feature films including 'Othello', which won for Best Independent European Movie of the Year at the Paris Film Festival, and 'Puzzled Love', an Official Selection at the San Sebastián Film Festival. He has worked with directors including Jaume Collet-Serra on 'Hooked Up' and Michel Gondry on 'De Quoi Je Me Mêlle'. Antonio was appointed to the Academy of the Spanish Motion Picture Arts & Sciences in 2017.
“This is a dream come true. I am very happy to be counted among the esteemed editors at Final Cut,” said Antonio. “They are one of the most respected companies in the industry and I know that we will make great work together for extraordinary clients.”
Executive producer of Final Cut LA’s office, Suzy Ramirez, added: “We are excited to have Antonio join our team. He has a naturally fluid and expressive style and brings such passion for storytelling to his editing. His skill and talent will be a distinct asset to Final Cut LA.”
Antonio joins other recent additions editor Sam Bould and US MD Justin Brukman.