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Cut+Run Promotes Amburr Farls to Head of Production


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Amburr Farls
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Cut+Run announced that senior producer Amburr Farls has been promoted to head of production for the company’s Los Angeles, San Francisco and Austin offices.

“Since joining us Amburr has become an integral asset to the Cut+Run family,” said U.S. managing director Michelle Eskin. “She has a wide breadth of production experience gathered during her tenure in the industry.”

“Her work on complex projects, budgeting, and adept skill with clients, along with her creative cultural ideas have helped raise our C+R bar even higher,” said EP Carr Schilling.

Since joining Cut+Run in 2013, Farls has produced projects for BK Subservient Chicken Returns, Pepsi (World Cup), Turbo Tax (Super Bowl) and Miller Lite. She was previously senior producer at Arcade Edit and at Beast. She also served as a producer at both Filmcore and Trailer Park.

“My first love is producing,” said Farls, who will continue to produce projects in addition to her new role. “Head of production is producing on a large scale. It’s also about enhancing and nurturing the Cut+Run culture and community, which is so important given the hours and passion people put into this industry.”

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