George Fry


George joined the Films at 59 dubbing department in Spring 2004. His passion for sound design meant he quickly established himself as a valuable member of the team. George has the ability to turn his hand to any genre: documentary, natural history, daytime, drama and so on.

He was recently BAFTA nominated in the Sound: Factual category for his work on the BBC Series ‘Mountain: Life at the Extreme’.

George was part of the sound teams on ‘Teachers’, ‘Bonekickers’, ‘Mistresses’ and ‘Five Daughters’ which went on to win Best Episode of a TV Fiction Series or Serial of the Year 2010 at Prix Europa, and Best UK Feature at The Raindance Festival. In 2011 he worked on the BBC’s acclaimed 3-part Drama ‘Public Enemies’, &‘The Sparticle Mystery’ a 13 part CBBC Drama.

More recently George has worked on the Jackson Hole award winning ‘Wild Yellowstone’, the features ‘Flying Blind’, ‘Dartmoor Killing’, ‘Hustlers Convention’ and ‘The Judas Ghost’ – London Independent Film Festival’s Best Horror Feature, as well as Whitby Davison’s ‘The Best of Men’ for the BBC, which was the highest rated drama ever on the AI index, and for which he gained a nomination for an RTS West Best Sound Award.

His appreciation for the subtleties of natural history, along with his creative flair, gained him a nomination for a 2018 RTS West Best Sound Award for his work on ‘Wild Tales from the Village’.

Most recently he was sound editor for the entire ‘Perfect Planet’ series for Silverback Films, Sir David Attenborough’s latest BBC landmark, which is due for transmission late 2020.


Credits Include:

Night On Earth: Netflix
Hippos: Africas River Giants: BBC Two
Pets Who Hate Vets: Five
Canada: A Year in the Wild : Channel 5
The Great British Bake Off: BBC
Mountain: Life at the Extreme: BBC Two
Sega Orbi- Theatrical
Wild Yellowstone: National Geographic
Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on Earth: BBC


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