George Foulgham

Head of Documentary Feature Sound

Molinare Soho020 7478

George Foulgham is recognised as one of the most respected dubbing mixers in the industry, particularly for his Feature and TV Documentary work. George moved to Molinare in 2002, having begun his mixing career at Video London Sound Studios where he was a pioneer in the transition of sound mixing to video.

Since moving to Molinare George’s reputation for quality mixing has led to a large number of award wins and nominations, including the 2010 BAFTA Sound Factual Craft Award win for BBC’s ‘Trawlermen’, preceded by multiple UK Screen Conch Awards for projects such as the Oscar-winning ‘Man On Wire’ and Grierson-winning ‘Mugabe & the White African’, and the 2003 RTS Award for Factual Sound on the BBC series ‘Fighting The War’.


Best Sound: Factual
Trawlermen (WON)
Brazil with Michael Palin (Nominated)
Himalaya with Michael Palin (Nominated)
Sahara with Michael Palin (Nominated)
New Europe  (Nominated)
Trawlermen (Nominated)
Soho Stories (Nominated)