Jamie Selkirk is the Academy Award-winning editor of Return of the King, the final episode of The Lord of the Rings trilogy. His working relationship with director Peter Jackson stretches from Peter’s first feature Bad Taste through to the present day. He co-produced The Lord of the Rings trilogy as well as producing a substantial number of other films throughout his career so far.
Jamie, in partnership with fellow Academy Award winners Peter Jackson and Richard Taylor have reinvented the New Zealand film industry. Together founding Weta Workshop (multiple Academy Award-winning special effects shop) Weta Digital (multiple Academy Award-winning visual effects shop) and Stone Street Studios where Avatar, King Kong and The Lord of the Rings were made, their vision and talent has meant that young filmmakers have had access to world class tools, facilities and learning experiences that were not considered a reality in New Zealand ten years ago.
Jamie was so impressed with an early cut of Good for Nothing that he came onboard as Executive Producer and investor in the film. His support ensuring that a world class sound mix, score and visual effects were added to the picture.
Brett Gamble brings a significant and diversified commercial background to the team with 18 years of experience in corporate finance and executive management roles.
Gamble, a previous recipient of the ‘New Zealand Young Executive of the Year Award’ can now add ‘Dead guy on floor’ to his burgeoning film career, appearing in a scene of Good for Nothing, as well as Executive Producing.