American Film Editors

American film editors

  • Aaron Lubarsky Aaron Lubarsky
    Aaron Lubarsky is a documentary filmmaker known for his work on the HBO documentary Journeys with George, the PBS documentary Seoul Train and Sportsfan.
  • Aaron Stell
    Aaron Stell was an American film editor with one hundred feature film credits and many additional credits for his television work. Stell worked for more than a decade at the start of his career at Columbia Pictures, which was a major Hollywood studio in that era.
  • Ace Herman
    Leonard Herman was an American film editor and producer. During his career he edited over sevently films, generally at low-budget outfits such as Monogram Pictures where he worked for many years, often on series films such as the Corporal Rod Webb Northerns.
  • Adam Wingard
    Adam Wingard is an American film director, editor, cinematographer, and screenwriter. He is notable for his works in the horror genre, especially the films You're Next, The Guest, and Blair Witch.
  • A. D. Calvo
    Alejandro Daniel Calvo is an Argentine-born producer, writer, and director.
  • A.D. Calvo A.D. Calvo
    Alejandro Daniel Calvo is an Argentine-born producer, writer, and director.
  • Adrian Younge
    Adrian Younge is an American composer, arranger and music producer based in the Los Angeles area. He is also an entertainment law professor and edits and scores films.
  • Adrienne Fazan
    Adrienne Fazan was an American film editor.
  • Aisha Tyler Aisha Tyler
    Aisha N. Tyler is an American talk show host, actress, author, producer, writer, and director.
  • Alan Baumgarten
    Alan Baumgarten is an American film editor. Baumgarten and his fellow film editors were nominated for an Academy Award for Best Film Editing for the 2013 film American Hustle.
  • Alan Heim
    Alan Heim, ACE is an Academy Award-winning American film editor who was born in the Bronx, New York. With a long and distinguished career in the film business, Heim has more than thirty feature-film credits to his name, and has been elected to membership in the American Cinema Editors.
  • Alan Roberts (filmmaker)
    Alan Roberts is an American filmmaker best known for directing low-budget films including Karate Cop and The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood. Roberts began his career as a director. Since 1994 most of his work has been as an editor.
  • Albert Akst
    Albert Akst was an American musician turned film editor, played saxophone in Meyer Davis Orchestra and on vaudeville until 1930.
  • Albert Magnoli
    Albert Magnoli is an American film director, screenwriter and editor best known for helming the films Purple Rain, Tango & Cash, Street Knight, and American Anthem, and as editor of Reckless. For a time Magnoli served as the manager of musical artist Prince.
  • Al Clark (film editor)
    Al Clark was a prolific editor whose career spanned four decades, most of which was spent at Columbia Pictures. He was nominated for 5 Academy Awards and 1 Emmy during his career.
  • Alexandr Hackenschmied
    Alexander Hackenschmied, born Alexander Siegried George Smahel, known later as Alexander Hammid was a Czech-American photographer, film director, cinematographer and editor. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1938 and became involved in American avant-garde cinema.
  • Alex Karpovsky Alex Karpovsky
    Alexander "Alex" Karpovsky is an American director, actor, screenwriter, producer and film editor. He is best known for playing Ray Ploshansky on the HBO comedy-drama series Girls.
  • Alex Ranarivelo
    Alex Ranarivelo is a French-American filmmaker, born in Saint-Jean-d'Angely, France. He studied film at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
  • Alex Ross Perry
    Alex Ross Perry is an American film director, screenwriter and actor.
  • Alex Troffey
    Alex Troffey was a Polish-born film editor who emigrated to the United States.
  • Alfred DeGaetano
    Alfred DeGaetano was an American film and television editor. He worked for many years for 20th Century Fox, and was later employed by the Anglo-American Eagle-Lion Films during the late 1940s. From 1953 onwards he worked exclusively in television, editing a number of episodes for different shows.
  • Alisa Lepselter
    Alisa Lepselter is an American film editor who has edited director Woody Allen's films since 1999.
  • Allie Light
    Allie Light is an American film producer, film director and film editor. Light co-directed, edited and produced the 1991 documentary film, In the Shadow of the Stars, with her husband, Irving Saraf. Light and Saraf won the Academy Award for producing In the Shadow of the Stars.
  • Alma Macrorie
    Alma Macrorie was an American film editor and actress. She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing in 1955 for The Bridges at Toko-Ri.
  • Alma Reville Alma Reville
    Alma Lucy Reville, Lady Hitchcock, was an English-American screenwriter and editor, best known for her work with Alfred Hitchcock, whom she married in December 1926.
  • Alvin Todd
    Alvin Todd, was an American film editor. He edited 62 films between 1929 and 1946.
  • Amy Holden Jones
    Amy Holden Jones is an American screenwriter and film director.
  • Ana Lily Amirpour
    Ana Lily Amirpour is an Iranian-American film director, screenwriter, producer and actor.
  • Anderson Boyd
    Anderson Drew Boyd is an American director, screenwriter, producer, and film editor from Raleigh, North Carolina. He studied filmmaking at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and is best known for his debut feature film, Well Wishes.
  • Andrew Hafitz
    Andrew Hafitz is a film editor who graduated from Yale University in 1984.
  • Andrew Koenig
    Joshua Andrew Koenig ;, was an American character actor, film director, editor, writer, and human rights activist.
  • Andrew Mondshein
    Andrew Steven Mondshein is an American film editor with more than 25 film credits. He was widely recognized for his editing of the film The Sixth Sense; he was nominated for the Academy Award, the BAFTA Award, the ACE Eddie, and he won the Satellite Award.
  • Andrew Weisblum
    Andrew Weisblum is an American film and a visual effects editor. He has collaborated frequently with directors Darren Aronofsky and Wes Anderson.
  • Andy Milligan
    Andy Milligan was an American playwright, screenwriter, cinematographer, actor, film editor, producer, and director, whose work includes 27 films made between 1965 and 1988.
  • Angela Robinson
    Angela Robinson is an American film and television director, screenwriter and producer.
  • Angelo Corrao
    Angelo Corrao is an Italian-American film and television editor. Born in Sicily, Corrao moved to New York City as a child with his family during World War II. He developed an interest in film editing after majoring in theater at Queens College. He is a member of American Cinema Editors.
  • Angus Wall
    Angus Alexander Wall is a film editor and film title designer. He and fellow film editor Kirk Baxter won the Academy Award for Best Film Editing for the David Fincher film The Social Network and again the next year for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
  • Anna Biller Anna Biller
    Anna Biller is an independent American filmmaker who was born and raised in Los Angeles to Japanese-American mother who is a fashion designer, and a white father who is a visual artist.
  • Anna Boden Anna Boden
    Anna Boden is an American film director, cinematographer, editor, and screenwriter best known as the co-writer of the 2006 film Half Nelson. She is known for her collaborations with fellow filmmaker Ryan Fleck.
  • Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck
    Anna Boden and Ryan K. Fleck are American film directors, cinematographers, editors, and screenwriters best known for their collaborations on Half Nelson, Sugar, and Mississippi Grind.
  • Anne Bauchens
    Anne Bauchens was an American film editor who is particularly noted for her collaboration over 40 years with the director Cecil B. DeMille.
  • Antonio Zarro
    Antonio Zarro is an Italian-American screenwriter, director and actor. Zarro received a Student Academy Award in 1987 for Bird in a Cage, a 60-minute 1986 student film made while attending the Christian Broadcasting Network University which received a positive review in the All Movie Guide.
  • Aram Avakian
    Aram A. Avakian was an Armenian-American film editor and director. His work in the latter role includes Jazz on a Summer's Day and the indie film End of the Road.
  • Arthur P. Schmidt
    Arthur P. Schmidt was an American film editor and producer. He had more than sixty film credits for editing from 1934 through 1962. In the 1950s, Schmidt edited five films directed by Billy Wilder, who has been called one of the great 20th Century filmmakers.
  • Arthur Roberts (editor)
    Arthur Roberts July 17, 1890 – February 5, 1961, also known as Arthur E. Roberts, was an American film editor who edited over 100 films during his almost 30 year career.
  • Arthur Schmidt (film editor)
    Arthur Schmidt is an American film editor with about 27 film credits between 1977 and 2005. Schmidt has had an extended collaboration with director Robert Zemeckis from Back to the Future to Cast Away.
  • Arthur Schneider
    Arthur Schneider was a television pioneer and a four-time Emmy Award winning television editor, with a career spanning from 1951 to 1988.
  • Arthur Tavares
    Arthur Tavares was an American actor and film editor. He was born as Arturo Tavares in San Francisco in 1884. During the 1910s Tavares appeared as an actor in silent films in Hollywood, but during the 1920s he switched to become an editor.
  • Aubrey Scotto
    Aubrey Scotto was an American film director and editor.
  • Barbara McLean Barbara McLean
    Barbara McLean was an American film editor with 62 film credits. In the period Darryl F. Zanuck was dominant at the 20th Century Fox Studio, from the 1930s through the 1960s, McLean was the Studio's most conspicuous editor and ultimately the head of its editing department.
  • Barney Rogan
    Barney Rogan, aka Bernard Rogan, was a film editor in the 1920-1940 era.
  • Barra Grant
    Barra Grant is an American actress, screenwriter, film director and playwright.
  • Barry Alexander Brown
    Barry Alexander Brown is an English born-American film director and editor. As a film editor, he is best known for collaborations with film director Spike Lee, editing some of Lee's best known films including Do the Right Thing, Malcolm X, He Got Game, 25th Hour and Inside Man.
  • Barry Kivel
    Barry Kivel is an actor, director, editor, and producer who appeared in Crocodile Dundee, Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Coneheads, Bound, One Fine Day, Body and Soul, Turn of Faith, and Q-4: Dream Corporation, a futuristic thriller which is in post-production.
  • Barry Malkin
    Barry M. Malkin is an American film editor with about 30 film credits. He is noted for his extended collaboration with director Francis Ford Coppola, having edited most of Coppola's films from 1969-1997.
  • Benjamin T. Orifici
    Benjamin T. Orifici is an American film director, screenwriter, cinematographer and editor.
  • Bernard Gribble
    Bernard Gribble was a British film editor who, between 1948 and 2003, worked on nearly a hundred theatrical and made-for-TV films, among them...
  • Bernard W. Burton
    Bernard W. Burton was an American film editor with more than forty credits in feature films and television, and dozens of additional credits as the supervising editor for television programs in the 1960s.
  • Bette Gordon
    Bette Gordon is an American filmmaker and professor at Columbia University School of the Arts. She is best known for her films Variety and Handsome Harry both of which received critical acclaim in North America and abroad.
  • Bill Johnson (editor)
    Bill Johnson is an American film editor, television director and television editor.
  • Bill Pankow
    Bill Pankow is an American film editor with more than 40 film credits dating from 1982. Pankow has edited nine films for director Brian De Palma commencing with Body Double in 1984. His other credits include...
  • Bill Whittle Bill Whittle
    William Alfred "Bill" Whittle is an American conservative blogger, political commentator, director, screenwriter, editor, pilot, and author.
  • Billy Weber
    Billy Weber is an American film editor with several film credits dating from Days of Heaven.
  • Blanche Sewell
    Blanche Sewell was an American film editor.
  • Bob DeNatale
    Bob DeNatale, also credited as Robert DeNatale, is a filmmaker, film editor, professional butoh dancer, and former Marvel editor/writer.
  • Bob Murawski
    Bob Murawski is an American film editor as well as a film distributor of cult horror and independent films under the "Box Office Spectaculars" and "Grindhouse Releasing" labels.
  • Bob Sarles Bob Sarles
    Bob Sarles is a film & television editor and filmmaker based in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
  • Brad Mays Brad Mays
    Brad Mays is an independent filmmaker and stage director, living and working in Los Angeles, California.
  • Brady Corbet Brady Corbet
    Brady James Monson Corbet is an American actor and filmmaker. Corbet is known for playing Mason Freeland in the film Thirteen, Brian Lackey in the film Mysterious Skin, Alan Tracy in the 2004 film Thunderbirds, and Peter in the 2008 film Funny Games.
  • Brent White
    Brent White is an American film editor with credits on feature films dating from 1993 and White has worked on comedy films produced or co-produced by Judd Apatow, and directed by Apatow or Adam McKay.
  • Brian A. Bernhard
    Brian A. Bernhard is a Emmy award winning digital media strategist, producer, director, shooter, designer, illustrator and editor.
  • Brian Berdan
    Brian Berdan is a film editor with several high-grossing films to his name. He was born in Michigan and earned his glider pilot's licence on December 12, 1992.
  • Bruce Cannon
    Bruce Cannon is an American film editor whose credits include Four Brothers, Higher Learning, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Sunset Strip, Things We Lost in the Fire, Rosewood, Boyz n the Hood, and Vincent-N-Roxxy.
  • Bruce Green
    Bruce Green is an American film editor known for his work with directors such as Garry Marshall, Mark Waters, and Jon Turteltaub. Trained by legendary editor Michael Kahn, he was the first assistant editor on Raiders of the Lost Ark and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
  • Bruce Stambler
    Bruce Stambler is a sound editor. He won the Academy Award for Best Sound Editing for the drama thriller film The Ghost and the Darkness.
  • Bud Molin Bud Molin
    Henry David "Bud" Molin, A.C.E., was an American film editor and television director.
  • Cara Silverman
    Cara Ruth Silverman was an American film editor.
  • Carol Littleton
    Carol Littleton is an American feature film editor. Her work includes Body Heat, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, and The Big Chill. Carol Littleton was the recipient of an Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for Tuesdays with Morrie.
  • Caryl Deyn Korma
    Caryl Deyn Korma is a Film Director, Senior Colorist and Senior Editor. With more than 20 years of experience, Caryl has the ability to specialize in more than one area of the Film and Television Industry.
  • Cecil B. DeMille Cecil B. DeMille
    Cecil Blount DeMille was an American filmmaker. Between 1914 and 1958, he made a total of 70 features, both silent and sound films. He is acknowledged as a founding father of the cinema of the United States and the most commercially successful producer-director in film history.
  • Cecily Rhett
    Cecily Rhett is a film editor and in 2007 directed a short film, Forward. She edited the 1999 film But I'm a Cheerleader, the 2001 film Stranger Inside and several episodes of the television series Biography.
  • Chandran Rutnam Chandran Rutnam
    Chandran Rutnam is a Sri Lankan film maker and entrepreneur.
  • Charles Craft
    Charles Craft was an English-born American film and television editor. Born in the county of Hampshire in England on May 9, 1902, Craft would enter the film industry in Hollywood in 1927. The first film he edited was the Universal Pictures silent film, Painting the Town.
  • Charles L. Freeman
    Charles L. Freeman was an American sound editor and film editor who worked on both television and film.
  • Charles L. Kimball
    Charles Leonard Kimball was an American film editor and writer.
  • Charles Nelson (editor)
    Charles Nelson was an American film editor. He won the Academy Award for Best Film Editing in 1956 for Picnic, and was nominated in 1946 for A Song to Remember, and in 1965 for Cat Ballou.
  • Chaunté Wayans
    Chaunté Wayans is an American actress, comedian, writer and editor.
  • Chester Schaeffer
    Chester Schaeffer was an American film and television editor with about thirty documentary and feature film credits, often for B movies.
  • Chris Innis
    Christina Jean "Chris" Innis is an American film editor and filmmaker. She was awarded the 2010 Academy Award, BAFTA, and ACE awards for "Best Film Editing" on the film The Hurt Locker shared with co-editor, Bob Murawski.
  • Chris Lebenzon
    Christopher John "Chris" Lebenzon is an American film editor with more than 36 film credits dating from 1976. The films he has edited have grossed over 9 billion dollars worldwide.
  • Chris McKay
    Chris McKay, also known as Chris Taylor, is an American film and television director, producer, editor, animator, and visual effects artist. He is best known for directing and editing three seasons of Robot Chicken and two seasons of Moral Orel.
  • Chris Sivertson
    Chris Sivertson is an American filmmaker.
  • Christian Nyby
    Christian Nyby was an American television and film director and editor. As an editor, he had seventeen feature film credits from 1943 to 1952, including The Big Sleep and Red River. From 1953–1975 he was a prolific director of episodes in many television series, including Gunsmoke and Wagon Train.
  • Christian Wagner
    Christian Wagner is an American film editor who has edited films such as Face/Off and '. He is also best known collaborating numerous times with film director Tony Scott, from the films True Romance to Domino.
  • Christopher Nolan Christopher Nolan
    Christopher Edward Nolan is an English film director, screenwriter, and producer who holds both British and American citizenship. He is one of the highest-grossing directors in history, and among the most acclaimed filmmakers of the 21st century.
  • Christopher Rouse (editor)
    Christopher Russell Rouse is an American film and television editor and screenwriter who has about a dozen feature-film credits and numerous television credits. Rouse won the Academy Award for Film Editing, the BAFTA Award for Best Editing, and the ACE Eddie Award for the film The Bourne Ultimatum.
  • Christopher Tellefsen
    Christopher Tellefsen is an American film editor.
  • Chuck Workman
    Chuck Workman is a documentary filmmaker from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. His 1986 film Precious Images won an Academy Award for Live Action Short Film; his work has also been nominated for Emmy Awards, Sundance Film Festival awards, and the Taos Talking Film Festival awards.
  • Clarence Brown Clarence Brown
    Clarence Leon Brown was an American film director.
  • Clarence Kolster
    Clarence Kolster was an American film editor, active during the later years of the silent era, right through the 1950s. Born in Plattsburgh, New York in 1895, he would begin his film career editing the 1922 silent film, Rags to Riches.
  • Conrad A. Nervig
    Conrad Albinus Nervig was an American film editor with 81 film credits.
  • Conrad Buff IV
    Conrad Buff IV is an American film editor with more than 25 film credits since 1985. Buff is known for winning an Academy Award for Best Film Editing and an ACE Eddie Award for Titanic; the awards were shared with his co-editors James Cameron and Richard A. Harris.
  • Cotton Warburton Cotton Warburton
    Irvine "Cotton" Eugene Warburton was an American college football quarterback who became a film and television editor with sixty feature film credits. He worked for the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and for the Walt Disney Studios, and is probably best known for his editing of Mary Poppins.
  • Craig Alpert
    Craig Alpert is an American film editor. Alpert began his career as an assistant editor at Pixar, where he worked on films such as Toy Story 2.
  • Craig McKay (film editor)
    Craig McKay is an American feature film editor, story consultant, director, and executive producer.
  • Craig Ross Jr.
    Craig Ross Jr. is an American film/television director, editor, producer and screenwriter.
  • Craig Serling
    Craig Serling is an American film director, film producer, screenwriter, and television editor known for multiple Primetime Emmy nominations for 'Outstanding Picture Editing for Non-Fiction Programming' and for his 2006 directorial debut feature film Jam.
  • Dana E. Glauberman
    Dana Elise Glauberman is an American film editor.
  • Dan Altuz
    Dan Altuz is an American musician, magician, and film editor. Born in New York, Altuz made his first appearance on American sleight of hand practitioners Dan and Dave's website www.dananddave.com, for their video of the month in August 2006.
  • Dan Duran (filmmaker)
    Dan Duran is an American documentary filmmaker and producer based in Los Angeles, California.
  • Danford B. Greene
    Danford B. "Danny" Greene was an American film and television editor with about twenty five feature film credits. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing for MASH and, with John C. Howard, for Blazing Saddles.
  • Dan Gitlin
    Dan Gitlin is an American Film Editor based in Los Angeles.
  • Daniel D.W.
    Daniel D. Warwick known professionally as Daniel Dw is a multimedia artist, writer and designer.
  • Daniel Mandell
    Daniel Mandell was an American film editor with more than 70 film credits. His first editing credit was for The Turmoil in 1924. From Dodsworth to Porgy and Bess, Mandell worked for Samuel Goldwyn Productions. He had notable collaborations with directors William Wyler and Billy Wilder.
  • Daniel P. Hanley
    Daniel P. Hanley, A.C.E. is an American film editor with more than 30 feature film credits. Hanley and his editing partner Mike Hill have had a notable collaboration with the director Ron Howard, having edited all of Howard's films since Night Shift.
  • Daniel Schechter (director)
    Daniel Schechter is an American film director, editor and screenwriter. His film Supporting Characters debuted at Tribeca Film Festival in 2012. His latest, Life of Crime, which stars Jennifer Aniston, Tim Robbins and Isla Fisher, opened in theaters in August 2014.
  • Dann Cahn
    Dann Cahn was an American film editor who received the Career Achievement Award from the American Cinema Editors. Cahn was best known as the head editor of the TV series, I Love Lucy and for his work as the head of post-production of comedian Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz's Desilu Playhouse.
  • Dan Zimmerman
    Dan Zimmerman is an American film editor. He is the son of editor Don Zimmerman.
  • Darren Brazil Darren Brazil
    Darren Brazil is an American three-time Regional Emmy Award winning editor, producer and videographer who works in television and music video production.
  • Dave Boyle Dave Boyle
    Dave Boyle is an American director, writer, editor and actor.
  • Dave Buchwald Dave Buchwald
    Filmmaker Dave Buchwald, once known as Bill From RNOC was a phone phreak, hacker, and leader of the Legion of Doom in the mid-1980s.
  • David Blewitt
    David Edward Blewitt was an American Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning film editor, whose credits included Ghostbusters in 1984. Blewitt earned an Academy Award nomination for his work on The Competition in 1980.
  • David Brenner (editor)
    David Brenner is a film editor best known for having been one of director Oliver Stone's 'hot shot' group of up-and-coming film editors.
  • David Bretherton
    David Bretherton was an American film editor with more than 40 credits for films released from 1954 to 1996.
  • David Diliberto
    David Diliberto is an American filmmaker.
  • David Finfer
    David Finfer is a film editor who was nominated at the 1993 Academy Award for Best Film Editing for the film The Fugitive. He shared the nomination with Dean Goodhill, Don Brochu, Richard Nord, Dov Hoenig and Dennis Virkler.
  • David Frankel David Frankel
    David Frankel is an American film director, screenwriter and producer.
  • David Gelb
    David Gelb is an American film director who directed the critically acclaimed 2011 documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi. In 2015, he directed The Lazarus Effect.
  • David Ian Salter
    David Ian Salter is an American film editor whose credits include Toy Story 2, Finding Nemo, Ice Age: Continental Drift, and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.
  • David Lowery (director)
    David Lowery is an American filmmaker based in Dallas, Texas. He has written, directed and edited several feature films.
  • David Michael Maurer David Michael Maurer
    David Michael Maurer is an American television film editor and director. He graduated from Loyola Marymount University.
  • David Ramirez
    David Ramirez is an American film and television editor. Ramirez is best known for such films and television series as American Pop, New York, New York, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Still Smokin.
  • David Rennie (editor)
    David Rennie is an American film editor with more than 12 film credits since 1992. Rennie has been elected to membership in the American Cinema Editors.
  • David Robert Mitchell
    David Robert Mitchell is an American film director and writer. He directed the coming-of-age drama The Myth of the American Sleepover. His supernatural horror film It Follows was acclaimed by critics and commercially successful considering its low, independent film budget.
  • David Rogers (editor)
    David Rogers is an American film editor, television director and producer best known for working on NewsRadio, Entourage and The Office.
  • David Rosenbloom
    David Rosenbloom is a film and television editor with more than 20 film credits, as well as many television editing and directing credits. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Film Editing and the American Cinema Editors "Eddie" for The Insider.
  • David Solomon (TV producer)
    David Solomon is an American television director and producer.
  • David Weisbart
    David M. Weisbart was an American film editor and producer.
  • Dax Shepard Dax Shepard
    Dax Randall Shepard is an American actor, writer and director.
  • Dean Goodhill
    Dean Goodhill is an American film editor who was nominated at the 66th Academy Awards for Best Film Editing for the film The Fugitive. He shared the nomination with Don Brochu, David Finfer, Dov Hoenig, Richard Nord and Dennis Virkler.
  • Dean Holland
    Dean Holland is an American film editor, television director and producer best known for working on Entourage and the comedy shows The Office and Parks and Recreation.
  • Debra Neil-Fisher
    Debra C. Neil-Fisher is an American film editor. She has worked on several major films, including the Hangover series of movies.
  • Dede Allen
    Dorothea Carothers "Dede" Allen was an American film editor, well-known "film editing doctor" to the major American movie studios, and one of cinema's all-time celebrated 'auteur' film editors.
  • Demetria Royals Demetria Royals
    Demetria Royals is an American director, producer, and Film editor.
  • Demian Fenton Demian Fenton
    Demian Fenton is an American filmmaker and musician originally from the Pocono Mountains region of Pennsylvania, and currently residing in Philadelphia.
  • Dennis Virkler
    Dennis Virkler is an American film editor with more than forty credits dating from 1973. He has been nominated twice for the Academy Award for Film Editing, and has been elected as a member of the American Cinema Editors.
  • Derek Cianfrance Derek Cianfrance
    Derek M. Cianfrance is an American film director, cinematographer, screenwriter, and editor.
  • Destin Daniel Cretton
    Destin Daniel Cretton is an American film director, screenwriter, producer, and editor. He is best known for writing and directing his second feature film, Short Term 12.
  • Dieter Trattmann
    Dieter Trattmann is a Swiss film editor and producer who currently resides in California.
  • Doane Harrison
    Doane Harrison was an American film editor and producer whose career spanned four decades. For nearly twenty years, from 1935–54, he was a prolific editor of films for Paramount Pictures, including eleven films with director Mitchell Leisen.
  • Dody Dorn
    Dody Jane Dorn is an American film and sound editor, best known for working with director Christopher Nolan on several films including Memento. Variety opined of Memento that it is a "...beautifully structured puzzle..."
  • Donald W. Ernst
    Donald W. Ernst is an American film, music and sound editor and film producer. He commonly works in the animation industry.
  • Don Brochu
    Donald "Don" Brochu is an American Film editor.
  • Don Guidice
    Don Guidice was an American film editor. He was nominated at the 48th Academy Awards in the category of Best Film Editing. His nomination was shared with Fredric Steinkamp, they were nominated for Three Days of the Condor.
  • Donn Cambern
    Donn Cambern is a film editor. Cambern was born in Los Angeles, California, and obtained a B.A. in music from UCLA. In 2007, Cambern was senior filmmaker-in-residence at the American Film Institute Conservatory.
  • Don Zimmerman (film editor)
    Don Zimmerman is an American film editor.
  • Dorothy Spencer
    Dorothy Spencer was an American film editor with seventy-five feature film credits from a career than spanned more than 50 years.
  • Douglas Crise
    Douglas Crise is an American film editor.
  • Dustin Kahia
    Dustin Thomas Kahia is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer. He is best known for writing and directing his feature film, Call of the Void.
  • Dustin Lance Black Dustin Lance Black
    Dustin Lance Black is an American screenwriter, director, film and television producer and LGBT rights activist. He has won a Writers Guild of America Award and an Academy Award for the 2008 film Milk.
  • Duwayne Dunham
    Duwayne R. Dunham is an American film director and film editor. He has directed the films Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey and Little Giants.
  • Dylan Avery Dylan Avery
    Dylan Avery is an American filmmaker and the creator of the Loose Change films.
  • Dylan Tichenor
    Dylan Tichenor is an American film editor.
  • Earl Turner (film editor)
    Earl Carver Turner was a film editor of the Frank Buck serial Jungle Menace.
  • Eda Warren
    Eda Warren was an American film editor. She began her Hollywood career as a secretary and started editing films in the late 1920s. Her editing career continued through 1968.
  • Eduardo Montes-Bradley Eduardo Montes-Bradley
    Eduardo Montes-Bradley is an award-winning documentarian, photographer, lecturer, and published author. His documentaries participate in film festivals, have beem incorporated in the syllabus of academic courses, and are frequently screened at cultural events such as the Frankfurt Book Fair.
  • Edward A. Biery
    Edward A. Biery is an American film editor.
  • Edward Dmytryk Edward Dmytryk
    Edward Dmytryk was a Canadian-born American film director. He was known for his 1940s films noir and received an Oscar nomination for Best Director for Crossfire.
  • Edward Summer
    Edward Summer was an American award-winning painter, motion picture director, screenwriter, internet publisher, magazine editor, journalist and science writer, comic book writer, novelist, book designer, actor, cinematographer, motion picture editor, documentary filmmaker, film festival founder...
  • Edward T. Lowe Jr.
    Edward T. Lowe Jr., also known as E.T. Lowe Jr., E.C. Lowe, Edmund T. Lowe, Edward T. Lowe and Edward Lowe was an American film writer, producer and editor. He wrote once 120 films between years 1913-1947, produced 18 films and directed one: The Losing Game.
  • Ed Wood Ed Wood
    Edward Davis Wood Jr. was an American filmmaker, actor, writer, producer, and director.
  • Elena Maganini
    Elena Maganini is a film editor, best known for her work on the first season of Showtime TV drama series Dexter.
  • Elliot Graham
    Elliot Graham is an American film editor.
  • E. Lloyd Sheldon
    E. Lloyd Sheldon was an American screenwriter, film producer and film editor. He wrote for 43 films between 1916 and 1942. He also produced 19 films between 1927 and 1939. He was born in Springfield, Massachusetts and died in Los Angeles.
  • Ellsworth Hoagland
    Howard Ellsworth Hoagland was an American film editor. He worked on several films and television series. His career began in 1933, when he edited One Sunday Afternoon.
  • Elmo Veron
    Elmo Veron was an American film and television editor. He worked on nearly 50 different TV shows and films during his career. Which included some of Mickey Rooney's films from the early 1940s.
  • Elmo Williams
    James Elmo Williams was an American film and television editor, producer, director and executive. His work on the film High Noon received the Academy Award for Film Editing. In 2006, Williams published Elmo Williams: A Hollywood Memoir.
  • Emery Emery Emery Emery
    Emery Emery is an American comedian, film editor and producer, and outspoken atheist, known for his contribution to numerous comedy-related films and TV shows, his two podcasts, Skeptically Yours, and the award-winning Ardent Atheist.
  • Emile de Ruelle
    Emile de Ruelle was an American film editor known for his work in the British Film Industry, particularly with Alfred Hitchcock and Ewald André Dupont at British International Pictures.
  • Eric Appel
    Eric Appel is a writer/director working in television, film, commercials and internet videos.
  • Eric Steven Stahl Eric Steven Stahl
    Eric Steven Stahl is an American director, screenwriter, producer and editor who is known for making the world's first all-digital sound 70mm film called Digital Dream. Stahl's feature credits also include Final Approach, as well as Safe House and I-See-You.Com.
  • Eric Zumbrunnen
    Eric James Zumbrunnen was a film editor who won the ACE Eddie Award for the film Being John Malkovich.
  • Erik Angra
    Erik Angra is an American documentarian, director, cinematographer & editor. Angra is the director of a biographical documentary on celebrity & former wrestler Chyna, who died of a drug overdose during production.
  • Ethan Coen
    Joel David Coen and Ethan Jesse Coen, collectively referred to as the Coen brothers, are American filmmakers. Their films span many genres and styles, which they frequently subvert or parody.
  • Ethan Maniquis
    Ethan Maniquis is an American film editor. Maniquis also served as co-director for the 2010 film Machete.
  • Eve Newman
    Eve Newman was an American film and music editor. She was twice nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing in 1968 for Wild in the Streets, and in 1976 for Two-Minute Warning.
  • Fatmir Doga
    Fatmir Doga was born in Albania in 1967. He began acting at the early age of five and played in more than seventy theater and television performances.
  • Ferris Webster
    Ferris Webster was an American film editor with approximately seventy-two film credits. He was nominated for Academy Awards for his work on Blackboard Jungle, The Manchurian Candidate, and The Great Escape.
  • Francis D. Lyon
    Francis D. "Pete" Lyon was an American film director, television director, and film editor. He and Robert Parrish were co-recipients of the Academy Award for Film Editing for the 1947 film, Body and Soul.
  • Frank Bracht
    Frank Belton Bracht was an American film and music editor. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing in 1968 for The Odd Couple.
  • Frank Magee
    Frank Magee was an American film editor.
  • Frank Mazzola
    Frank Mazzola was an American actor and film editor with about fifteen credits dating from 1969.
  • Frank Morriss
    Frank E. Morriss was a film and television editor with more than fifty film and television program credits dating from 1968. He had a notable collaboration with the director John Badham extending from 1974 – 2004. Morriss' editing of Charley Varrick was nominated for the BAFTA Award.
  • Frank P. Keller Frank P. Keller
    Frank P. Keller was an American film and television editor with 24 feature film credits from 1958 - 1977.
  • Frank Sullivan (film editor)
    Franklin Starbuck "Frank" Sullivan was an American film editor.
  • Frank Tammariello
    Frank Tammariello is an award-winning American filmmaker and television commercial director.
  • Fred Allen (editor)
    Fred Allen was an American film editor, and occasional director and writer.
  • Frederic Knudtson
    Frederic Knudtson was an American film editor with 79 credits over his career, which spanned 1932 to 1964. He received six nominations for the Academy Award for Film Editing, including five in the six years preceding his death.
  • Frederick Richards (editor)
    Frederick Richards was a film editor who worked for Warner Bros. for 17 years. Richards worked on films including The Unsuspected, The Two Mrs. Carrolls and The Mask of Dimitrios.
  • Fred Raskin
    Fred Raskin is an American film editor, known for editing three installments in the Fast and the Furious film series and Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. He graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
  • Fredric Steinkamp
    Fredric Steinkamp was an American film editor with more than 40 film credits. He had a longstanding, notable collaboration with director Sydney Pollack, editing nearly all of Pollack's films from They Shoot Horses, Don't They? through Sabrina.
  • Fred Toye
    Frederick E. O. "Fred" Toye is an American television director and occasional producer.
  • Fred Vogel
    Fred Vogel is an American independent horror filmmaker. He was born April 18, 1976 in Warren Township, New Jersey. He is the founder of Toetag Pictures, known for its realistic makeup effects. Vogel is also a former professor at Tom Savini's Special Make-Up Effects Program.
  • Fred von Bernewitz Fred von Bernewitz
    Fred von Bernewitz is a film editor, currently with HBO. His work in film editing over four decades ranges from TV commercials to features, including several films by Robert Downey, Sr.
  • Gary D. Roach
    Gary D. Roach, sometimes credited as Gary Roach, is an American film editor. He is best known for collaborating with Clint Eastwood on 12 films.
  • Gary Winick Gary Winick
    Gary Scott Winick was an American filmmaker whose movies as a director include Tadpole and 13 Going on 30, and who also produced such films as Pieces of April and November through his New York City-based independent film production company InDigEnt.
  • Gene Fowler Jr.
    Gene Fowler Jr., the eldest son of journalist and author Gene Fowler, was a prominent Hollywood film editor. His work included films of Fritz Lang and Samuel Fuller and movies like Stanley Kramer's It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, John Cassavetes' A Child Is Waiting and Hang 'Em High.
  • Gene Havlick
    Gene Havlick was an American film editor.
  • Gene Milford
    Arthur Eugene "Gene" Milford was an American film and television editor with about one hundred feature film credits. Among his most noted films are Lost Horizon, On the Waterfront, A Face in the Crowd, and Wait Until Dark.
  • Gene Ruggiero
    Gene S. Ruggiero was an American film editor. Originally a golf caddy at an exclusive New York country club, Ruggiero was fired from his job and later went to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer where he was assigned the job of editing.
  • George Amy
    George Joseph Amy started his career aged 17 as an American film editor, finding his niche at Warner Brothers in the 1930s. It was Amy's editing that was one of the main reasons Warners' films got their reputation for their fluid style and breakneck pace.
  • George Bowers (filmmaker)
    George Bowers was an American film director, editor and producer.
  • George Englund
    George Englund was an American film editor, director, producer and actor.
  • George Folsey Jr.
    George Joseph Folsey Jr. is an American film producer, editor, assistant director and cinematographer who frequently worked with director John Landis in the 1980s.
  • George Folsey, Jr.
    George Joseph Folsey, Jr. is an American film producer, editor, assistant director and cinematographer who frequently worked with director John Landis in the 1980s.
  • George Hively
    George Hively was a film writer and film editor from 1917 to 1945.
  • George Loane Tucker George Loane Tucker
    George Loane Tucker was an American actor, silent film director, screenwriter, producer, and editor.
  • George Lucas George Lucas
    George Walton Lucas Jr. is an American filmmaker and entrepreneur.
  • George Nicholls, Jr.
    George Nicholls, Jr., also known as George Nichols, Jr., was an American director and editor during the 1930s. Born to show business parents, he entered the film industry at the tail end of the silent film era, working as an editor for the Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation.
  • George Tomasini
    George Tomasini was an American film editor, born in Springfield, Massachusetts who had a decade long collaboration with director Alfred Hitchcock, editing nine of his movies between 1954-1964.
  • George White (film editor)
    George White first became a Hollywood editor in 1942, spending most of his career at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
  • Gerald B. Greenberg
    Gerald B. "Jerry" Greenberg is an American film editor with more than 40 feature film credits. Greenberg received both the Academy Award for Film Editing and the BAFTA Award for Best Editing for the film The French Connection. In the 1980s, he edited five films with director Brian De Palma.
  • Geraldine Peroni
    Geraldine "Geri" Peroni was an American film editor who was best known for working with Robert Altman. She received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Editing for her work on Altman's 1992 film, The Player.
  • Giovanni Capitello Giovanni Capitello
    Giovanni Familiare Capitello is an American actor / filmmaker.
  • Glenn Erickson
    Glenn Erickson is an American film editor and film critic.
  • Glen Scantlebury
    Glen Scantlebury is an American film editor, director, and screenwriter. He has edited major studio feature films such as Con Air and Transformers, and has worked primarily in the action and horror film genres.
  • Gregg Araki Gregg Araki
    Gregg Araki is an American filmmaker involved heavily with New Queer Cinema. His film Kaboom was the first ever winner of the Cannes Film Festival Queer Palm awarded in 2010.
  • Gregory Cahill
    Gregory Cahill is an American director, producer, and screenwriter known for The Golden Voice and Two Shadows. He is also the production coordinator for The Talk and assistant directed Hell and Back.
  • Greg Prange
    Gregory "Greg" Prange is an American film editor, television director and producer. He did production work on One Tree Hill and Dawson's Creek.
  • Hal Ashby
    Hal Ashby was an American film director and editor associated with the New Hollywood wave of filmmaking.
  • Hal C. Kern
    Hal C. Kern was an American film editor. He won the Academy Award for Best Film Editing for his work on Gone with the Wind. He was also nominated for Rebecca and Since You Went Away.
  • Haley Webb Haley Webb
    Haley Webb is an American actress. She acts primarily in film and television and is the founder and president of production company Legion of Horribles.
  • Hank Corwin
    Hank Corwin is an American film editor. He is best known for his work as editor on feature film projects such as The Horse Whisperer, The Tree of Life, and The Big Short.
  • Hans Canosa
    Hans Canosa is an American film director, screenwriter, film editor and producer best known for his independent film Conversations with Other Women, starring Aaron Eckhart and Helena Bonham Carter.
  • Harmon Jones
    Harmon Jones was a Canadian-born film editor and director who worked for many years at the 20th Century-Fox studio in Southern California. He is credited as the editor for about 20 feature films through 1950. In the middle of his career, he became a film and television director.
  • Harold D. Schuster
    Harold D. Schuster was an American editor and film director. In 1937 he made Wings of the Morning, the first-ever three-strip Technicolor film shot in Europe.
  • Harold F. Kress
    Harold F. Kress was an American film editor with more than fifty feature film credits; he also directed several feature films in the early 1950s.
  • Harold McCord
    Harold McCord, was an American editor. He edited 8 films between 1926 and 1945.
  • Harold Minter
    Harold Minter was an American film editor. He worked for the Hollywood studio Republic Pictures for a number of years.
  • Harold Young (director)
    Harold Young was an American film director, editor, and occasional actor.
  • Harry Keramidas
    Harold Thomas "Harry" Keramidas is an American film and television editor. He is perhaps best known for his work in the Back to the Future film trilogy, co-editing with Arthur Schmidt. He has also edited the films Children of the Corn, About Last Night..., The Favor, Judge Dredd, among other films.
  • Harry Marker
    Harry Marker is an American Oscar-nominated film editor, who also worked in the television medium. Over the course of his 45-year career, he worked on more than 100 films and television shows. In 1946 he was nominated for an Oscar for Best Film Editing for The Bells of St. Mary's.
  • Harry W. Gerstad
    Harry W. Gerstad, born Harry Donald Gerstad was an American film editor who sometimes directed films. The Academy Award-winning editor also worked on television. He edited as well as directed for the 1950s program Adventures of Superman.
  • Helen Gardner (actress) Helen Gardner (actress)
    Helen Louise Gardner was an American stage and film actress, screenwriter, producer, editor and costume designer.
  • Henry Richardson (film editor)
    Henry Richardson is an English and American film editor.
  • Herbert I. Leeds
    Herbert I. Leeds was an American film director.
  • Hettie Gray Baker
    Hettie Gray Baker was an American film editor.
  • Holbrook N. Todd
    Holbrook N. Todd was an American film editor. Todd was the editor for 172 films and television shows from a career that lasted from 1933-57.
  • Howard Bretherton
    Howard Bretherton was an American film director, film editor, and the father of film editor David Bretherton.
  • Hugh A. Robertson
    Hugh A. Robertson was an African-American film director and editor. While Robertson was credited as an editor for only three films, Midnight Cowboy earned him the BAFTA Award for Best Editing and a nomination for the Academy Award for Film Editing for the same film.
  • Hugh Elliott (editor)
    Hugh Elliott is a Los Angeles-based Film/TV Editor and Musician. Elliott was a founding member of the quintet, Jazz Punks. He was the drummer, co-producer, and co-arranger on the Jazz Punks album, SMASHUPS, which reached #1 on the CMJ Jazz Top 40 in June 2012.
  • Hughes Winborne
    Hughes Winborne is a Hollywood film editor. He has edited 20 films, including Crash, for which he won an Oscar for film editing in the 78th Academy Awards. He also edited Sling Blade and The Pursuit of Happyness.
  • Hugh S. Fowler
    Hugh S. Fowler was an American film editor with about 38 feature film credits from 1952 – 1972.
  • Hunter Via
    Hunter M. Via is an American film and television editor. After graduating from the College of Charleston with a degree in communication, and attending Full Sail University where he earned a film degree, Via entered the film industry working as an editor.
  • Ian Toynton
    Ian Toynton is a British television director, producer and editor.
  • Ira Wohl
    Ira Wohl is an American documentary filmmaker. He is most noted for his 1979 film Best Boy, which won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 52nd Academy Awards.
  • Irving Saraf
    Irving Saraf was a Polish-born American film producer, film editor, film director and academic. Saraf won an Academy Award for producing the 1991 documentary film, In the Shadow of the Stars. In total, Saraf had more than one hundred fifty film and television production credits.
  • Ishai Setton
    Ishai Setton is an American film director, editor and producer. After graduating from the Tisch School of the Arts in New York City in 2002, he has worked both in cinema and television.
  • Isidore Bethel
    Isidore Bethel is a French-American filmmaker.
  • Jack Hively
    Jack Hively was an American film editor and film and television director whose career lasted from the 1930s through the 1980s. His father and his brother were also film editors. He began as a film editor, before moving on to direct features.
  • Jack Murray (film editor) Jack Murray (film editor)
    Jack Murray was an American film editor with about fifty-five feature film credits between 1929 and 1961. Fifteen of these films were with the director John Ford.
  • Jacob Gentry
    Jacob Gentry is an American film director, editor, and writer. He is best known for The Signal, which he co-wrote and co-directed with David Bruckner and Dan Bush. He also directed the My Super Psycho Sweet 16 trilogy and collaborated with Broken Bells on short films based on their music.
  • James and Rose Smith
    James and Rose Smith were film editors known for their work in the early film industry, more specifically their work at the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company working as editors for D.W. Griffith. James Edward Smith was born in Staten Island, New York on March 7, 1892.
  • James B. Clark (director)
    James B. Clark, Jr. was an American film director, film editor, and television director. His career as a film editor began in 1937, and he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing in 1941 for How Green Was My Valley.
  • James E. Newcom
    James E. Newcom was an American film editor who had over 40 films during his long career.
  • James Franco James Franco
    James Edward Franco is an American actor, director, screenwriter, and producer. For his role in 127 Hours, Franco was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor.
  • James Haygood
    James Haygood is a film editor who has worked in the film industry since the late 1990s. He first began editing in the mid-1980s when he partnered with David Fincher, who was a music video director then.
  • James Lyons (film editor)
    James Lyons was an American film editor, screenwriter and actor who frequently collaborated with Todd Haynes. He is probably best known for editing The Virgin Suicides and editing and co-writing Velvet Goldmine. He also had a minor role in 1996 film I Shot Andy Warhol as Billy Name.
  • James Spione
    James Michael Spione is an American director, producer, writer and editor of both documentary and fiction films.
  • James Sweeney (film editor)
    James Sweeney was an American film editor.
  • Jamie Gross
    Jamie Gross is an American film editor. Gross started her career as an assistant editor on the Oscar-nominated documentary Murderball. She worked as an editor on the Comedy Central show Michael & Michael Have Issues and the IFC sketch comedy show The Whitest Kids U'Know.
  • Jamie Moffett Jamie Moffett
    Jamie Moffett is an American independent motion picture director, producer, and social activist.
  • Janet Baus
    Janet Baus is a documentary film and television director, producer and editor. In 1993, she co-directed Lesbian Avengers Eat Fire Too with Su Friedrich, about activist group the Lesbian Avengers.
  • Jan Oxenberg
    Jan Oxenberg is an American film producer, film director, film editor and scenarist. She is known for her work in lesbian feminist films.
  • Jason Stewart (film editor)
    Jason Stewart is an American film and television editor best known for his work on independent films and reality television. He has edited three films that have shown at the Sundance Film Festival: World's Greatest Dad, Sleeping Dogs Lie, and Douchebag.
  • Jay Cassidy
    Jay Cassidy is an American film editor with more than 30 credits since 1978.
  • Jay Wade Edwards
    Jay Wade Edwards is an American film director and editor. Edwards' filmmaking career began when he wrote, directed, and edited three short science fiction films—Mountain of Terror Day of Dread, Project: Tiki Puka Puka, and Esta Noche We Ride!—known collectively as The Monster Trilogy.
  • Jeff Betancourt
    Jeffrey Lawrence Betancourt is an American film editor and film director known for directing the Boogeyman film sequel Boogeyman 2, which was released 2008. He is an MFA graduate of the University of Southern California USC School of Cinematic Arts production program.
  • Jeff Gourson
    Jeff Gourson is a film editor and producer. He has been jointly-nominated three times for an Emmy Award for his production work on the television series Quantum Leap.
  • Jeff Kanew
    Jeffrey Roger Kanew is an American film director, screenwriter, film producer and film editor who early in his career made trailers for many films of the 1970s and is probably best known for directing the film Revenge of the Nerds and for editing Ordinary People.
  • Jeff Kushner
    Jeff Kushner is a Film Editor, Supervising Sound Editor and educator who has worked in various post production positions since 1987. He also taught film history and sound design at the Los Angeles Film School between 2005 and 2008.
  • Jeffrey Ford (film editor)
    Jeffrey Ford is an American film editor. He was nominated for an ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Film - Musical or Comedy for The Family Stone and for a Golden Satellite Award for Best Film Editing for One Hour Photo.
  • Jeffrey M. Werner Jeffrey M. Werner
    Jeffrey Michael Werner, ACE is an American film editor. He is best known as the editor of such films as Right at Your Door, 2 Days in Paris, Religulous, and The Kids Are All Right.
  • Jeffrey Reiner
    Jeffrey Reiner is an American film director, editor, screenwriter, television director and producer.
  • Jeffrey Schwarz Jeffrey Schwarz
    Jeffrey Schwarz is an American Emmy Award-winning producer and director known for an extensive body of documentary work. His feature documentaries include The Fabulous Allan Carr, Tab Hunter Confidential, I Am Divine, Vito, and Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story.
  • Jeff Wyatt Wilson
    Jeff Wyatt Wilson is an American film director, screenwriter and producer based out of Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Jeremy Kasten
    Jeremy Craig Kasten is an American film director, screenwriter, producer and editor.
  • Jerome Thoms
    Jerome Thoms was an American film editor.
  • Jerry Jameson
    Jerry Jameson, is an American television and film director, editor and producer.
  • Jerry Warren
    Jerry Warren was an American film director, producer, editor, screenwriter, cinematographer and actor. Warren was noted for his involvement in many cult films. He has been described as "one of cult film's most frustrating and maligned members."
  • Jessica Landaw
    Jessica Landaw is an American director, editor and producer of film and television.
  • Jim McBride
    Jim McBride is an American television and film director, film producer and screenwriter.
  • Jim Miller (film editor)
    Jim Miller is an American film editor. Along with Paul Rubell, Miller was nominated for an Academy Award for Film Editing for the film Collateral.
  • Joe Hutshing
    Joe Hutshing is an American film editor who grew up in San Diego, California and is best known for working multiple times with film director, Oliver Stone and well as with film director Cameron Crowe. Hutshing graduated from the University of Oregon in 1980.
  • Joe Klotz
    Joseph "Joe" Klotz is an American film editor. A graduate of Syracuse University, Klotz fell into the film editing industry while trying to pay off student loans. After editing for local commercials, news stations, and television shows in New York City he moved into the world of film editing.
  • Joel Coen
    Joel David Coen and Ethan Jesse Coen, collectively referred to as the Coen brothers, are American filmmakers. Their films span many genres and styles, which they frequently subvert or parody.
  • Joel Cox
    Joel Cox is an American film editor. He is best known for collaborating with Clint Eastwood in over 30 films.
  • Joel Peissig Joel Peissig
    Joel Peissig is an American film and video maker. He signed to Ridley Scott Associates production company in 2001. He was in the New Directors Showcase at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival of 2002.
  • Joe Swanberg Joe Swanberg
    Joe Swanberg is an American independent film director, producer, writer, and actor. Known for micro-budget films which make extensive use of improvisation, Swanberg is considered a major figure in the mumblecore film movement.
  • John Blizek
    John Blizek is an American film and television editor, born in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. He is best known for his work in Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw, and early episodes of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
  • John Carnochan
    John Carnochan is a film editor. He is noted particularly for editing animated films, including the Disney Company's The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and The Lion King.
  • John Carpenter John Carpenter
    John Howard Carpenter is an American film director, screenwriter, producer, musician, editor and composer. Although Carpenter has worked with various film genres, he is associated most commonly with horror, action and science fiction films of the 1970s and 1980s.
  • John C. Howard (film editor)
    John C. Howard was an American film editor. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Film Editing for the film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. He also won the BAFTA Award for Best Editing for the same film in 1970, which he shared with Richard C. Meyer.
  • John Dunning (film editor)
    John "Jack" D. Dunning was an American film editor who worked on several large-scale Hollywood movies from 1947 to 1970. He was an editor contracted to MGM Studios.
  • John F. Link Sr.
    John F. Link Sr. was an Oscar-nominated American film editor from the 1930s through the 1960s. Born in Alabama on March 22, 1901, he began editing in 1930. He began editing film shorts, and from 1930-32 he edited almost 20.
  • John Fortenberry
    John Fortenberry is an American film and television director. Born in Jackson, Mississippi, he graduated from the University of Mississippi, after which he went to work at Lorne Michaels' Broadway Video, serving as editor for eight years before becoming a film and television producer.
  • John Ottman John Ottman
    John Ottman is an American film composer and editor.
  • John Putch
    John Putch is an American actor and filmmaker. He is best known for his recurring role as Bob Morton on the 1970s sitcom One Day at a Time and as Sean Brody in the film Jaws 3-D.
  • John Tintori
    John Tintori is an American film editor and director. Among his editing credits are Eight Men Out, Dogfight, Mr. Wonderful, Roommates, and David Blaine's documentary Frozen In Time. In 1997 he co-directed and co-edited Chicago Cab with his wife Mary Cybulski.
  • John Wright (film editor)
    John Wright is an ACE-certified film editor.
  • Joi McMillon
    Joi McMillon is an American film editor, known for her work on the critically acclaimed film Moonlight. In 2017, she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Film Editing at the 89th Academy Awards. McMillon is the first black woman to be nominated for an Oscar for film editing.
  • JoLynn Garnes JoLynn Garnes
    JoLynn Garnes is an American film editor. She has edited feature documentaries, music videos, and TV commercials.
  • Jonathan Oppenheim (film editor)
    Jonathan Louis Oppenheim is an American film and television editor and producer. The son of Judy Holliday, an actress, and David Oppenheim, a clarinetist and television producer, he has mainly been employed on documentary films. Oppenheim is noted for his work on The Oath and Paris Is Burning.
  • Jon Kane Jon Kane
    Jon Kane is a film editor, director, and DJ based in Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York.
  • Jon Kinyon Jon Kinyon
    Jon Kinyon is an American filmmaker, film/tv editor, music producer, song writer, parodist, webcomic creator/writer, and entrepreneur.
  • Jon Poll
    Jon Poll is an American film director, editor and producer, best known for his directorial debut with the 2007 film Charlie Bartlett.
  • Jon Schnepp Jon Schnepp
    Jonathan D. "Jon" Schnepp is an American producer, director, voice actor, editor, writer, cartoonist, animator, and cinematographer whose company, Schneppzone, works on short films and television shows. His documentary film The Death of "Superman Lives": What Happened?.
  • Joseph Kane Joseph Kane
    Jasper Joseph Inman Kane was an American film director, film producer, film editor and screenwriter. He is best known for his extensive directorship and focus on Western films.
  • Josh Trank
    Joshua Benjamin Trank is an American film director, screenwriter, and editor. He is known for directing the 2012 science fiction film Chronicle and the 2015 superhero film Fantastic Four, both of which feature Michael B. Jordan in a starring role.
  • Joshua Butler
    Joshua Butler is an American film and television director, editor, producer and screenwriter best known for directing the 2001 film Prancer Returns and multiple episodes of many hit series on The CW Network including The Vampire Diaries.
  • J Roland Kelly
    J Roland Kelly is an American filmmaker, screenwriter, and singer-songwriter. In 2010 his film Sleeping with Charlie Kaufman was an official selection of the Rome International Film Festival and nominated for a Charles B. Pierce Award.
  • J. Terry Williams
    J. Terry Williams was an American film editor credited on about thirty feature films and television movies. He was nominated at the 39th Academy Awards for Best Film Editing for the film The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming. His nomination was shared with Hal Ashby.
  • Julia Wong (film editor)
    Julia Wong is an American assistant/additional film editor for over a dozen films, such as Unfaithful, Honey, and After the Sunset. She has also branched out into editing TV series and made-for-television films such as The Pulse and Santa's Slay.
  • Julie Monroe
    Julie Monroe is an American film editor best known for having been one of director Oliver Stone's 'hot shot' group of up-and-coming film editors.
  • J. Watson Webb Jr.
    James Watson Webb III was an American film editor and heir to both the Havemeyer and Vanderbilt families.
  • Karen Schmeer
    Karen Schmeer was a film editor who frequently collaborated with filmmaker Errol Morris.
  • Kat Candler
    Kat Candler is an American independent filmmaker. She has credits as a director, writer, producer and film editor. Kat Candler graduated in Creative Writing at Florida State University and now lives in Austin, Texas.
  • Kate Amend
    Kate Amend is an American documentary film editor whose career spans more than thirty years. She is known for being a dedicated editor who finds the emotional center of each scene she works with.
  • Katherine Chappell
    Katherine "Kate" Chappell was an American film visual effects editor who worked on Game of Thrones. On June 1, 2015, she died after being attacked by a lioness in Johannesburg.
  • Kathleen Kennedy (producer)
    Kathleen Kandice Kennedy is an American film producer. In 1981, she co-founded Amblin Entertainment with Steven Spielberg and husband Frank Marshall.
  • Kathleen Korth
    Kathleen Korth is an American film editor. As first assistant editor she has worked on E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial. As a re-snyc editor she worked on Terminator 2: Judgment Day. She has worked on feature films as well as films that were made for television.
  • Kent Beyda
    Kent Beyda is an American film editor.
  • Kent Mackenzie
    Kent Mackenzie was a film director and producer who is mainly remembered for his film The Exiles, which was about Native American young people in Los Angeles. He was also involved with Dimension Films in making educational films such as Can a Parent be Human.
  • Kevin Greutert Kevin Greutert
    Kevin Greutert is an American film director, film editor and writer, best known for his work on the Saw film series, as well as character-based supernatural horrors. He is married to actress Elizabeth Rowin.
  • Kevin Tent
    Kevin Tent is an American film editor and director. Tent has been elected to membership in the American Cinema Editors and serves as a member of the board. Kevin Tent is best known for being Alexander Payne's go-to film editor on films such as Nebraska, The Descendants, Sideways, and Election.
  • Kim Roberts (filmmaker)
    Kim Roberts, A.C.E., is an American filmmaker who has worked primarily on documentaries as a film editor and writer. Roberts has a master's degree in documentary film production from Stanford University.
  • Kirk Demorest
    Kirk Demorest is a filmmaker, writer, entrepreneur, editor and post production consultant. He is the co-founder of Arthouse Films, Los Angeles, now known as the Arthouse Company, LLC. His film and editing work has been widely distributed internationally on television and DVD.
  • Kristina Boden
    Kristina Boden is an American film and television editor.
  • Kyle Henry Kyle Henry
    Kyle Henry is an independent filmmaker, editor, and educator. Henry teaches film production at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, while also spending time in Los Angeles and Austin.
  • Kyle Newman Kyle Newman
    Kyle Newman is an American filmmaker whose directorial work encompasses a number of feature films including the action-comedy Barely Lethal, starring Oscar nominees Hailee Steinfeld and Samuel L. Jackson alongside Jessica Alba and Sophie Turner, for producer Brett Ratner, released by A24 Films...
  • Larry Fessenden
    Laurence T. "Larry" Fessenden is an American actor, producer, writer, director, film editor, and cinematographer. He has starred in films such as The Last Winter, I Can See You, Bitter Feast, You're Next, and We Are Still Here.
  • Larry Holden Larry Holden
    Laurence H. "Larry" Holden was an actor best known for his roles in several of Christopher Nolan's films, including Batman Begins as Finch, Memento as Jimmy and Insomnia as Farrell.
  • Lee Gunther
    Lee Gunther was a film editor on more than 85 animated shorts in all.
  • Lee Haxall
    Lee Haxall is an American film and television editor. Haxall won a 1997 CableACE Award for Editing a Comedy/Music Special or Series for Arli$$ and a 2004 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series for the pilot episode of Arrested Development.
  • Lee Percy
    Lee Percy is an American Emmy-winning film editor.
  • Lee Unkrich Lee Unkrich
    Lee Edward Unkrich is an American director, film editor and screenwriter. He is a longtime member of the creative team at Pixar, where he started in 1994 as a film editor. He later began directing, first as co-director of Toy Story 2.
  • Leon Barsha
    Leon Barsha was an American film producer, editor and director. As a producer and director he was best known for making films in the Western genre. In his later years he concentrated especially on editing.
  • LeRoy Stone
    LeRoy Stone was an American film editor and a screenwriter.
  • Leslie Jones (editor)
    Leslie Jones is an American film editor with more than a dozen film credits and nominations for several major film editing awards.
  • Leslie Thornton
    Leslie Thornton is an American avant-garde filmmaker and artist.
  • Lester Orlebeck
    Lester Orlebeck was an American film editor and director, who worked on more than 100 films and television shows between 1935 and 1970.
  • Lewis Schoenbrun
    Lewis Andrew Schoenbrun is an American filmmaker and editor.
  • Lillian Benson
    Lillian Benson is a film and television editor who currently serves on the board of American Cinema Editors. She is also the first African-American woman to become a member of the honorary society.
  • Lisa Fruchtman
    Lisa Fruchtman is an American film and television editor, and documentary director with about 25 film credits. Fruchtman won the Academy Award for Best Film Editing for The Right Stuff. With her brother, Rob Fruchtman, she produced, directed, and edited the 2012 documentary Sweet Dreams.
  • Lisa Lassek
    Lisa Lassek is an American film and television editor whose credits also include her role as an associate producer for the television series Firefly.
  • Lisa Zeno Churgin
    Lisa Rachel Zeno Churgin is an American film editor with more than 25 film credits; she was nominated for the Academy Award for Film Editing for the 1999 film The Cider House Rules. Since 2002, Churgin has also served as the president of the Motion Picture Editors Guild.
  • Lizzie Borden (director)
    Lizzie Borden is an American filmmaker, and is best known for the 1983 film Born in Flames.
  • Lori Elberg
    Lori Elberg, sometimes credited as Lori Grossman, is an American film director/editor and writer.
  • Lorna Marshall
    Lorna Marshall, born Lorna Jean McLean, was an anthropologist who in the 1950s, 60s and 70s lived among and wrote about the previously unstudied !Kung people of the Kalahari Desert.
  • Louis McManus
    Louis Manuel McManus was an American television engineer, film editor, and designer of the 1930s and 1940s. He is best known as the designer for the appearance of the Emmy award statuette and symbol for the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
  • Louis R. Loeffler
    Louis R. Loeffler was an American film editor. Through his five-decade career, he worked on over 100 films, including In Old Arizona, Hotel for Women, In the Meantime, Darling, Laura, The Iron Curtain', How to Marry a Millionaire, River of No Return, and Anatomy of a Murder.
  • Lou Lombardo (filmmaker)
    Lou Lombardo was an American filmmaker whose editing of the 1969 film The Wild Bunch has been called "seminal". In all, Lombardo is credited on more than twenty-five feature films. Noted mainly for his work as a film and television editor, he also worked as a cameraman, director, and producer.
  • Luke Meyer
    Luke Meyer is an American filmmaker, known for his films Darkon and New World Order. He is part of the filmmaking collective SeeThink Films along with Tom Davis, Andrew Neel, and Ethan Palmer. He originally majored in writing and got into filmmaking as an extension of his interest in storytelling.
  • Lynn Shelton Lynn Shelton
    Lynn Shelton is an American director known for writing, directing, and producing such films as Humpday and Your Sister's Sister.
  • Macel Wilson
    Macel Patricia Leilani Wilson, of Honolulu, Hawaii, was the first Asian American to win the Miss USA beauty pageant, a film editor for the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, and a visual artist.
  • Macon Blair
    Macon Blair is an American actor, screenwriter, director and film producer known for his roles in the films Blue Ruin and Green Room, as well as his directorial debut I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore.
  • Madeline Anderson
    Madeline Anderson is an African-American television and documentary producer, director, editor and writer. She is best known for her films Integration Report One and I Am Somebody, the latter of which garnered national and international acclaim.
  • Marcia Lucas
    Marcia Lou Lucas is an Academy Award-winning American film editor who was most well known for her work on the early 1970s films of Martin Scorsese. Lucas won the Academy Award for Best Editing in 1977 for Star Wars, which was written and directed by her first husband, George Lucas.
  • Marcus Stokes
    Marcus Stokes is an American director. Marcus began his career in film as a visual effects artist at George Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic.
  • Margaret Booth
    Margaret Booth was an American film editor.
  • Margaret Clancey
    Margaret Clancey was an American film editor.
  • Marion Segal Freed
    Marion Segal Freed was an American film producer, editor and screenwriter. Segal Freed worked as an editor on such movies as Russian Roulette, Fun With Dick and Jane, Carbon Copy, Badlands and Days of Heaven. She was married to actor George Segal for 25 years, until their divorce in 1984.
  • Marjorie Fowler
    Marjorie Fowler was an American film editor. She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing in 1968 for Doctor Dolittle.
  • Mark Goldblatt
    Mark Goldblatt is an American film editor and director. A graduate of the London Film School, he is a member, and a former president, of the American Cinema Editors, or ACE society, as well as, a member of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
  • Mark Helfrich (film editor)
    Mark Helfrich is an American film editor and director. He is an elected member of American Cinema Editors and serves on the board as an associate director. Helfrich has edited over thirty films such as Stone Cold, Showgirls with Mark Goldblatt.
  • Mark Imgrund
    Mark Imgrund is an editor working in broadcast and digital content. He specializes in impactful storytelling, creative direction and content strategy for innovative brands and social entrepreneurs.
  • Mark Livolsi
    Mark Livolsi is an American film editor. He is primarily known for his work on the hit comedies Wedding Crashers and The Devil Wears Prada; for each film, Livolsi was nominated for an ACE Eddie Award. His most recent film as editor is the hugely successful football drama The Blind Side.
  • Mark Stevens (film editor)
    Mark Stevens is an American film editor. He is best known for his collaborations with film director Joel Schumacher.
  • Mark Warner (film editor)
    Mark Warner is an American Oscar nominated film editor who was nominated at the 1989 Academy Awards for Best Film Editing for the film Driving Miss Daisy He has done over 30 films since 1978 In addition, he was nominated for an Emmy with Edward Warschilka for And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself...
  • Martha Coolidge Martha Coolidge
    Martha Coolidge is an American film director and former President of the Directors Guild of America. She has directed such films as Real Genius and Rambling Rose.
  • Martin Brest
    Martin Brest is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer.
  • Martin Scorsese Martin Scorsese
    Martin Charles Scorsese is an American director, producer, screenwriter, and film historian, whose career spans more than 50 years.
  • Maryann Brandon
    Maryann Brandon is an American television and film editor. She is represented by Innovative Artists and has been elected to membership in the American Cinema Editors society. She is a frequent collaborator with J. J. Abrams.
  • Mary DeChambres
    Mary DeChambres is an American film and television Film editor, and two-time Emmy Award nominee and Emmy Award winner. She sits on the board of directors for the Motion Picture Editors Guild.
  • Mary Jo Markey
    Mary Jo Markey is an American television and film editor. Markey has been elected to membership of the American Cinema Editors society. She is a frequent collaborator with J. J. Abrams.
  • Mary Sweeney
    Mary Sweeney is an American film producer, director, writer and film editor, who collaborated for 20 years with her husband, avant-garde American film director, David Lynch.
  • Matt Chesse
    Matthew "Matt" Chesse is an American film editor, producer, and director who is mainly associated with Independent films. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Film Editing for Finding Neverland.
  • Matteo Marchisano-Adamo
    Matteo Marchisano-Adamo is an American sound designer, film editor, composer. He was born in Flint, Michigan.
  • Matthew Heineman
    Matthew Heineman is an American filmmaker. He is best known for both directing and producing the documentary films City of Ghosts, Cartel Land, and Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare. He has been nominated for various awards, including an Academy and several Emmy awards.
  • Maurice Pivar
    Maurice Pivar was an English-American film editor, producer and writer. He edited 21 films, oversaw editing of 59 films, produced 4 films and wrote the dialogue descript to the film The Cohens and the Kellys in Africa between years 1921 and 1936. He died of a heart attack at the age of 88.
  • Merrill G. White
    Merrill G. White was an American film editor and screenwriter. He also co-directed the 1957 film Ghost Diver.
  • Michael Akers Michael Akers
    Michael D. Akers is an American film director, producer, screenwriter and editor. In 2000, he founded "United Gay Network" with his longtime partner, Sandon Berg. Most of his films are LGBT-related.
  • Michael Chandler (film editor)
    Michael Chandler is an American film editor and occasional writer and director of documentary films. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Film Editing for the film Amadeus. He also won the BAFTA Award for Best Editing for the same film in 1986, which he shared with Nena Danevic.
  • Michael Kahn (film editor)
    Michael Kahn is an American film editor. His credits range from TV's Hogan's Heroes to feature films directed by George C. Scott and Steven Spielberg, with whom he has had an extended, notable collaboration for over forty years.
  • Michael Luciano
    Michael Luciano was an American film and television editor with about forty feature film credits and many additional credits for television programs. From 1954 to 1977, Luciano edited 20 of the films directed, and often produced, by Robert Aldrich.
  • Michael McCusker
    Michael "Mike" McCusker is an American film editor. He edited the Johnny Cash biopic, Walk the Line. McCusker was mentored by film editor David Brenner.
  • Michael S. McLean
    Michael S. McLean is a retired director, editor and producer on movies and TV shows such as Stargate SG-1, Freebie and the Bean, and won an Emmy for Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years.
  • Michael Tronick
    Michael Tronick is an American film editor with more than 25 film credits. He has been nominated twice for American Cinema Editors "Eddie" Awards for Scent of a Woman and for Hairspray.
  • Michael Williams (film director)
    Michael Williams is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, cinematographer and editor born in West Point, Mississippi.
  • Mike Flanagan (director)
    Mike Flanagan is an American filmmaker. He is known for his horror films, all of which he directed, wrote, and edited, including Absentia, Oculus, Hush, Before I Wake and '.
  • Mike Hill (film editor)
    Michael J. "Mike" Hill, A.C.E. is an American film editor. Hill and his editing partner Dan Hanley have had a longstanding, notable collaboration with the director Ron Howard, having edited all of Howard's films since Night Shift.
  • Mike J. Nichols
    Mike J. Nichols is an American film editor originally from Illinois.
  • Miklos Wright
    Miklos Wright is an American film editor. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design where he received a B.A. His career began as an assistant editor on the film Lobsterman from Mars.
  • Milton Subotsky
    Milton Subotsky was an American film and television writer and producer. In 1964, he founded Amicus Productions with Max J. Rosenberg. Amicus means "friendship" in Latin. Together, they produced a number of low-budget science fiction and horror films in the United Kingdom.
  • Mitch Jacobson
    Mitch Jacobson is an American producer/director, video editor and educator specializing in multi-camera production.
  • Mo Henry
    Mo Henry is a film negative cutter acclaimed by many as the greatest in her field. Her works include Spider-Man 2, Before Sunrise, Money Train, The Matrix, The Blind Side, and many others.
  • Moira Demos
    Moira Demos is an American filmmaker, producer and editor. Demos rose to prominence with her documentary Making a Murderer which she co-directed with filmmaker Laura Ricciardi, in a process that took 10 years to complete.
  • Molly Shock
    Molly Shock is an American film and television Film editor, a two-time ACE Award nominee and a two-time Emmy Award nominee. She is a member of A.C.E. and serves on the board of directors for the Motion Picture Editors Guild.
  • Monica Collingwood
    Monica Collingwood was an American film editor who was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing at the 1947 Academy Awards for the Henry Koster drama The Bishop's Wife.
  • Monta Bell
    Monta Bell was an American film director, producer and screenwriter.
  • Monte Hellman
    Monte Hellman is an American film director, producer, writer, and editor. Hellman began his career as an editor's apprentice at ABC TV, and made his directorial debut with the horror film Beast from Haunted Cave, produced by Roger Corman.
  • Morton Tubor
    Morton Tubor is an American film editor and sound editor. In both capacities, he worked mostly in low budget horror and exploitation films.
  • Murray Seldeen
    Murray Seldeen was an American film editor.
  • Nancy Yasecko
    Nancy Yasecko is a media artist and educator who grew up and is still living on the Space Coast of Florida.
  • Nassos Vakalis Nassos Vakalis
    Nassos Vakalis is an animation director and animator.
  • Nat Sanders
    Nathaniel "Nat" Sanders is an American film editor. He is best known for his work on Short Term 12 and Moonlight. He won Independent Spirit Awards for both, as well as being nominated for an Academy Award for the latter.
  • Neil Travis
    Herbert Neil Travis was an American film and television editor with about 28 feature film credits from 1970–2007. He is likely best known for editing the television miniseries Roots and the feature film Dances with Wolves.
  • Nelson Quan Nelson Quan
    Nelson Quan is a Chinese-American film editor, director and producer. His most recent work as an editor for the Volkswagen People's Car Project won the project the Golden Lion Award at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival for Branded Entertainment.
  • Nick DeMaggio
    Nick Henry DeMaggio was an American film editor.
  • Norman Buckley Norman Buckley
    Norman L. Buckley is an American television director and editor best known for his work on The O.C., Chuck, Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars and most recently The Fosters.
  • Norman R. Palmer
    Norman Palmer was an American Disney television editor. Palmer worked for Disney for around 45 years and served as a mentor to Roy Disney, who was appointed vice-chairman of Disney productions. Palmer was born and raised in California and graduated from Hollywood High School in 1937.
  • Orson Welles Orson Welles
    George Orson Welles was an American actor, director, writer, and producer who worked in theatre, radio, and film.
  • Otho Lovering
    Otho Lovering was an American filmmaker with about eighty editing credits on feature films and television programs. He was the son of Frank Lovering, a stenographer, and Georgie Lovering. He worked for Vitagraph Studios as a film printing foreman, according to his 1917 draft registration card.
  • Otto Ludwig (film editor)
    Otto Ludwig was a film editor who worked on American and British films.
  • Otto Meyer (film editor)
    Otto Meyer was an American film editor.
  • Pamela Martin (film editor)
    Pamela Martin is an American film and television editor with more than fifteen feature film credits commencing in 1994.
  • Paul Borofsky
    Paul Borofsky was a Russian-born American film editor.
  • Paul Coyne Paul Coyne
    Paul J. Coyne is an American film and television editor and producer.
  • Paul Hirsch (film editor)
    Paul Hirsch is an American motion picture editor.
  • Paul Morrissey Paul Morrissey
    Paul Morrissey is an American film director, best known for his association with Andy Warhol.
  • Paul Rubell
    Paul Rubell is a film editor. His career spans 25 years in both film and television.
  • Paul Weatherwax
    Paul John Weatherwax was an American film editor, and two-time winner of the Academy Award for Best Film Editing.
  • Pembroke J. Herring
    Pembroke Jared Herring is an American film editor who has 3 Oscar nominations for the category of Best Film Editing. He often worked with Sidney Poitier on the films that Poitier directed, editing nearly all of them. Herring's son, Craig Herring, is also a film editor.
  • Peter E. Berger
    Peter Edward Berger was an American film editor with about fifty feature and television film credits. His film editing credits include: Mommie Dearest, four films in the Star Trek series, Fatal Attraction, and Coach Carter.
  • Peter McNulty (film editor)
    Peter McNulty is a film editor. McNulty was co-nominated for the Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2012, the San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 2012 and the Online Film Critics Society Awards 2012 for Best Editing for his work on The Master.
  • Peter Sollett Peter Sollett
    Peter Sollett is an American film director and screenwriter known for his feature films Raising Victor Vargas and Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist.
  • Peter Teschner
    Peter Teschner is an American film editor. He is best known as the editor of comedy films such as Road Trip, and Going the Distance.
  • Peter Zinner
    Peter Zinner was an Austrian-born American filmmaker who worked as a film editor, sound editor, and producer. Following nearly fifteen years of uncredited work as an assistant sound editor, Zinner received credits on more than fifty films from 1959 - 2006.
  • Philip Cahn
    Philip Cahn was an American film editor who edited more than eighty films and television series. He also directed the 1935 film I've Been Around.
  • Philip W. Anderson (film editor)
    Philip W. Anderson was an American film editor with more than fifty film credits commencing with the 1939 films, Marine Circus and Dark Magic.
  • Phillip J. Bartell
    Phillip John Bartell is an American film editor, screenwriter, producer and director.
  • Pia Di Ciaula
    Pia Di Ciaula, CCE is an international film editor best known for editing The Crown and Tyrannosaur.
  • Pietro Scalia
    Pietro Scalia is an Italian-American film editor.
  • Prince Bagdasarian
    Prince Bagdasarian is an American award-winning film director, screenwriter, and editor. His directorial debut feature film "Abstraction", garnered various awards at festivals and was released in the United States by Breaking Glass Pictures in 2015.
  • Priscilla Nedd-Friendly
    Priscilla Nedd-Friendly is an American film editor.
  • Raja Gosnell
    Raja Raymond Gosnell is an American film director and film editor best known for directing the films Home Alone 3, Never Been Kissed, Big Momma's House, Scooby-Doo, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, and The Smurfs.
  • Ralph Dawson
    Ralph Dawson was a film editor who also did some acting, directing, and screenwriting. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Film Editing four times, and won the Award three times.
  • Ralph E. Winters
    Ralph E. Winters was a Canadian-born film editor who became one of the leading figures of this field in the American industry.
  • Ralph Rosenblum Ralph Rosenblum
    Ralph Rosenblum was an American film editor who worked extensively with the directors Sidney Lumet and Woody Allen. He won the 1977 BAFTA Award for Best Editing for his work on Annie Hall, and published an influential memoir When the Shooting Stops, the Cutting Begins: A Film Editor's Story.
  • Rebecca Gwynne
    Rebecca Gwynne is an American television producer and editor.
  • Rex Pickett Rex Pickett
    Rex Pickett is an American novelist and filmmaker best known for his novel Sideways, which was adapted into a 2004 movie of the same name directed by Alexander Payne.
  • Richard A. Harris
    Richard A. Harris is an American film editor with a career spanning nearly forty years. He graduated from the School of Cinematic Arts of the University of Southern California in 1956.
  • Richard Cahoon
    Richard Cahoon was an American editor of both film and television. During his career he edited over 40 feature films, and over a dozen television series. His work earned him an Emmy nomination and two Eddie Awards.
  • Richard C. Currier
    Richard Carlton "Dick" Currier was an American film editor known principally for his work at Hal Roach Studios.
  • Richard Chew
    Richard Franklin Chew is an American film editor, producer, and cinematographer, best known for his Academy Award-winning work on Star Wars, alongside Paul Hirsch and Marcia Lucas.
  • Richard C. Meyer
    Richard C. Meyer was a German-American television and film editor and occasional film writer and film producer. He was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Film Editing for the miniseries King.
  • Richard Fantl
    Richard Fantl was an American film editor. He was under contract to the Hollywood studio Columbia Pictures for many years. He later worked in television.
  • Richard Halsey
    Richard Halsey is an American film editor with more than 60 credits from 1970 onwards. An alumnus of Hollywood High School, he won an Academy Award for Best Film Editing at the 49th Academy Awards for editing Rocky with Scott Conrad and has been nominated for one BAFTA and one Emmy Award.
  • Richard Heermance
    Richard Heermance, sometimes credited as Richard V. Heermance, was an American film producer and film editor.
  • Richard LaBrie
    Richard LaBrie is an American clinical psychologist and Emmy-nominated editor, director, producer, and writer.
  • Richard Marks
    Richard Marks is an American film editor with more than 30 editing credits for feature and television films dating from 1972. In an extended, notable collaboration, he has edited all of director James L. Brooks' feature films.
  • Richard Pearson (film editor)
    Richard Pearson is an American film editor who is mainly associated with action films. Pearson, with Clare Douglas and Christopher Rouse, received the BAFTA Award for Best Editing for the film United 93.
  • Robert Altman Robert Altman
    Robert Bernard Altman was an American film director, screenwriter, and film producer.
  • Robert Celestino
    Robert John Celestino is an American film producer, screenwriter, editor and film director. He is best known for his films such as Mr. Vincent and Yonkers Joe.
  • Robert C. Jones
    Robert Clifford Jones is an American film editor, screenwriter, and educator. He received an Academy Award for the screenplay of the film Coming Home. As an editor, Jones has had notable collaborations with the directors Arthur Hiller and Hal Ashby.
  • Robert Dalva
    Robert Dalva is a noted American film editor. Filmography as editor includes The Black Stallion, Raising Cain, Jumanji, Jurassic Park III and Hidalgo. Next to editing, he also directed movies, including The Black Stallion Returns.
  • Robert Estrin
    Robert "Bob" L. Estrin is an American film editor.
  • Robert Frazen
    Robert Frazen, A.C.E. is an American film and television editor. He was nominated for the 1995 ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited One-Hour Series for Television for My So-Called Life and won a 2000 ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Episode from a Television Mini-Series for The '60s.
  • Robert J. Kern
    Robert James Kern was an American film editor with more than sixty feature film credits. He is known for editing National Velvet, which won him the Academy Award for Best Film Editing. National Velvet was one of thirteen films that Kern edited with director Clarence Brown.
  • Robert L. Simpson (film editor)
    Robert L. Simpson, A.C.E., was an American film editor with more than 100 feature film credits.
  • Robert L. Wolfe
    Robert L. Wolfe was an American film editor. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing three times for All the President's Men, The Rose, and On Golden Pond, respectively.
  • Robert M. Leeds
    Robert M. Leeds was an American film editor and television director.
  • Robert Parrish Robert Parrish
    Robert R. Parrish was an American film director, editor, writer, and child actor. He received an Academy Award for Film Editing for his contribution to Body and Soul.
  • Robert Sparr
    Robert Sparr was an American screenwriter, television director and film director. He died in a plane crash in Colorado while scouting filming locations with fellow Star Trek crew member, cameraman Gerald Finnerman. The pilot was also killed but Finnerman survived.
  • Robert Swink
    Robert Swink was an American film editor who edited nearly sixty feature films during a career that spanned forty-six years.
  • Robert Wiemer
    Robert Wiemer was a film and television director, writer, producer and editor.
  • Robert Wise Robert Wise
    Robert Earl Wise was an American film director, producer and editor. He won Academy Awards for Best Director and Best Picture for both West Side Story and The Sound of Music.
  • Rob Green (film director)
    Rob Green is a film director, producer, editor and screenwriter.
  • Roger Barton (film editor)
    Roger Barton is an American film editor. He has worked on dozens of Hollywood films, including Titanic, Armageddon and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. He has one son, Aidan Barton, who appeared in the latter film as baby Luke Skywalker and baby Princess Leia.
  • Roland D. Reed
    Roland D. Reed was an American film editor, producer and director. He worked on many films for the low-budget Chesterfield Pictures.
  • Roland Gross
    Roland Gross was an American film editor and television editor who had over 40 film and television credits during his career.
  • Roy Livingston
    Roy V. Livingston was an American Film Editor. His credits include Hell to Eternity and Bomba and the Hidden City.
  • Russell Lloyd (film editor)
    Russell Lloyd was a British-born film editor who amassed fifty credits on feature films. Lloyd had a notable collaboration with the director John Huston that extended over eleven films. Lloyd was nominated for an Academy Award for Huston's The Man Who Would Be King.
  • Russell Moore (film editor)
    Russell Moore is a film editor who was inducted to the GayVN Awards Hall of Fame in 2004. He has edited Grease Monkeys, The Rivermen, Gayracula, and after a long hiatus, The American Way 3: Love.
  • Russ Kingston
    Russ Kingston is an American film and television actor, editor, cinematographer and filmmaker.
  • Russ Meyer Russ Meyer
    Russell Albion "Russ" Meyer was an American film director, producer, screenwriter, cinematographer, film editor, actor, and photographer.
  • Russo brothers Russo brothers
    Anthony Russo and Joseph V. "Joe" Russo are American film and television directors. The brothers direct most of their work jointly, and also occasionally work as producers, screenwriters, actors, and editors.
  • Ruth Orkin Ruth Orkin
    Ruth Orkin was a self-taught award-winning American photographer, photojournalist, and filmmaker, with ties to New York City and Hollywood.
  • Saar Klein
    Saar Klein is an American film editor who has been nominated twice for Academy Awards, and who received an ACE Eddie Award for editing the latter film.
  • Sally Menke
    Sally JoAnne Menke was an American film and television editor.
  • Sam O'Steen Sam O'Steen
    Samuel Alexander "Sam" O'Steen was an American film editor and director. He had an extended, notable collaboration with the director Mike Nichols, with whom he edited twelve films between 1966 and 1994.
  • Samuel E. Beetley
    Samuel E. Beetley was an American film editor. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing in 1963 for The Longest Day, and in 1968 for Doctor Dolittle. He won Emmys in 1974 for The Blue Knight and 1976 for Medical Story and was nominated in 1977 for MA*S*H.
  • Sandra Adair
    Sandra Adair is an American film editor who has worked with director Richard Linklater since 1993.
  • Sandy Northrop
    Sandy Northrop is a producer, director, and editor whose documentaries have been shown on PBS. Wind & Stars Production Group is the bannerhead under which she produces. Her contributions to over 25 PBS productions have taken her all over the world.
  • Sarah Flack
    Sarah Flack is an American film editor. She is notable for collaborating extensively with American independent film directors Steven Soderbergh and Sofia Coppola.
  • Scooter McCrae
    Scooter McCrae is an American director known for Shatter Dead and Sixteen Tongues.
  • Scott Mosier Scott Mosier
    Scott A. Mosier is a Canadian-American film producer, editor, podcaster, writer and actor best known for his work with director Kevin Smith, with whom he co-hosts the weekly podcast, SModcast.
  • Sean Baker (film director)
    Sean Baker is an American film and television director and co-creator of Greg the Bunny. He is best known for the independent feature films Tangerine, The Florida Project, Prince of Broadway, Take Out and Starlet.
  • Sean Cain
    Sean Cain is an American film director, editor, producer and writer.
  • Seth Gordon Seth Gordon
    Seth Gordon is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, and film editor. He has produced and directed for film and television, including for PBS, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the United Nations Staff 1% for Development Fund.
  • Shaun Scott (filmmaker)
    Shaun Scott: American filmmaker, film director, film editor, writer, historian.
  • Sheila Amos
    Sheila Amos was an American film editor notable for her work on the shows Cheers and Frasier, and on the film The Thing About My Folks.
  • Sheldon Kahn
    Sheldon F. Kahn is a film editor and producer. He was jointly awarded the BAFTA Award for Best Editing, with Lynzee Klingman and Richard Chew, for their work on One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
  • Shimit Amin Shimit Amin
    Shimit Amin is an Indian film director and editor. He is best known for the award-winning film Chak De! India starring Shah Rukh Khan. He is married to screenwriter Megha Ramaswamy.
  • Sidney Meyers Sidney Meyers
    Sidney Meyers, also known by the pen name Robert Stebbins was an American film director and editor.
  • Skip Schoolnik
    Stuart "Skip" Schoolnik is a film director, producer and editor who received his degree from the University of Connecticut and resides in California. He currently serves as the post production producer for WGN's Salem.
  • Slavko Vorkapić
    Slavoljub "Slavko" Vorkapić, known in English as Slavko Vorkapich, was a Serbian-American Hollywood motion-picture montagist, chair of USC School of Cinematic Arts, chair of the Belgrade Film and Theatre Academy, painter, and illustrator.
  • S. Roy Luby
    S. Roy Luby born Solomon Roy Luby on 8 August 1904, New York City died 19 August 1976 in Los Angeles was an American animator, editor, and film director. He used the pseudonyms of Roy Claire, Roy S. Luby, J. Roy Luby, Roy Luby, Sol Luby, and Russell Roy.
  • Stacey Schroeder
    Stacey Schroeder is an American film editor. Schroeder's credits include The Disaster Artist, directed by James Franco, and the pilot of Fox's The Last Man On Earth, directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, for which she was nominated for an Emmy in 2015.
  • Stanley Kauffmann
    Stanley Kauffmann was an American author, editor, and critic of film and theater.
  • Stanley Kubrick Stanley Kubrick
    Stanley Kubrick was an American film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor, and photographer. He is frequently cited as one of the greatest and most influential directors in cinematic history.
  • Stanley Rabjohn
    Stanley E. Rabjohn was an American film editor.
  • Stephen E. Rivkin Stephen E. Rivkin
    Stephen Elliott Rivkin is an American film editor best known for his editing work on the Pirates of the Caribbean film series as well as his work with director James Cameron as an editor on Avatar, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award.
  • Stephen Gurewitz
    Stephen Gurewitz is an American film director, actor, and film editor. He is best known as part of the 2010s American indie cinema movement with his breakthrough work Marvin Seth and Stanley also starring Girls co-star Alex Karpovsky.
  • Stephen Mirrione Stephen Mirrione
    Stephen Mirrione is an American film editor. He won an Academy Award for his editing of the film Traffic.
  • Stephen Semel
    Stephen Semel is an American Primetime Emmy Award-winning film and television editor, film producer, production manager, and actor.
  • Steven C. Miller
    Steven C. Miller is an American screenwriter, editor, and director. He has directed three films starring Bruce Willis: Extraction, Marauders and First Kill.
  • Steven Gonzales
    Steven Gonzales is an American film editor. Best known for his work on independent films, Gonzales is a 1998 graduate of The North Carolina School of the Arts School of Filmmaking where he now works as Head of Post-Production.
  • Steven Rosenblum
    Steven Rosenblum is an American film editor with about twenty feature film credits dating from 1987. He has had an extended, notable collaboration with the director Edward Zwick, and has edited all of his films since Glory.
  • Steven Spielberg Steven Spielberg
    Steven Allan Spielberg, is an American director, producer, and screenwriter. He is considered one of the founding pioneers of the New Hollywood era, as well as being viewed as one of the most popular directors and producers in film history. He is also one of the co-founders of DreamWorks Studios.
  • Steven Zaillian
    Steven Ernest Bernard Zaillian is an American screenwriter, director, film editor, producer. He won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award and a BAFTA Award for his screenplay Schindler's List and has also earned Oscar nominations for Awakenings, Gangs of New York and Moneyball.
  • Stuart Gilmore
    Stuart Gilmore was an American film editor who had over 45 editing credits along with 10 directing credits. He was nominated for three Academy Awards with the last nomination being posthumous.
  • Stuart Heisler
    Stuart Heisler was an American film and television director. He was a son of Luther Albert Heisler, a carpenter, and Frances Baldwin Heisler. He worked as a motion picture editor from 1921 to 1936, then dedicated the rest of his career to that of a film director.
  • Stuart O'Brien
    Stuart O'Brien was an American film editor. He worked on B-movies and low budget horror and exploitation films, including Roger Corman's The Terror and Francis Ford Coppola's Dementia 13.
  • Stuart Rosenberg
    Stuart Rosenberg was an American film and television director whose motion pictures include Cool Hand Luke, Voyage of the Damned, The Amityville Horror, and The Pope of Greenwich Village. He was noted for his work with actor Paul Newman.
  • Stu Linder
    Stewart Bridgewater Linder was an American film editor with 25 credits. He shared the Academy Award for Film Editing for the 1966 film Grand Prix, which was the very first film on which Linder was credited as an editor.
  • Su Friedrich Su Friedrich
    Su Friedrich is an American avant-garde filmmaker.
  • Susan E. Morse
    Susan E. Morse is an American film editor with more than 30 film credits. She had a notable collaboration with director Woody Allen from 1977 to 1998.
  • Susan Littenberg
    Susan Littenberg is an American film editor. Littenberg graduated from Ocean Township High School in 1985 in before receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts from the University of Delaware in 1990.
  • Sydney Singerman
    Sydney Singerman was an editor, whose only edit work was in the silent movie The Hunchback of Notre Dame from 1923 based on the novel by Victor Hugo.
  • Tatiana S. Riegel
    Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E., is an American film editor known for independent films such as Lars and the Real Girl, The Million Dollar Hotel and The Way Way Back. She received an ACE Eddie award for "Best Edited Miniseries or Motion Picture for Non-Commercial Television".
  • Tchavdar Georgiev
    Tchavdar Georgiev is a writer, producer, director and editor who has crafted films, commercials and television both in the US and abroad. He received an MFA degree from the USC School of Cinematic Arts and a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Ted J. Kent
    Ted J. Kent was an American film editor who was nominated for Best Film Editing at the 1964 Academy Awards for the film Father Goose He worked on over 150 films from 1929 to 1967, including many classic Universal horror films.
  • Terilyn A. Shropshire
    Terilyn A. Shropshire is an American motion picture and television editor. She is the daughter of Thomas B. Shropshire, a corporate executive.
  • Terry O. Morse
    Terry O. Morse was an American film director and editor. He is perhaps best known for directing the American scenes in Godzilla, King of the Monsters!, the "Americanized" version of the 1954 Japanese Godzilla film from Toho.
  • Thelma Schoonmaker Thelma Schoonmaker
    Thelma Colbert Schoonmaker is a French-born American film editor who has worked with director Martin Scorsese for over forty years. She started working with Scorsese on his debut feature film Who's That Knocking at My Door, and edited all of Scorsese's films since Raging Bull.
  • Thomas M. Vogt
    Thomas M. Vogt was the lead editor of the South Park television series from 1998 to 2006. He also edited the South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut and Team America: World Police. Vogt also edited POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold and Mansome with director Morgan Spurlock.
  • Thomas Pratt (film editor)
    Thomas Pratt was an American film editor.
  • Thomas Richards (film editor)
    Thomas Richards was an American film editor.
  • Thomas Stanford (film editor)
    Thomas Stanford was an American film editor. He won an Academy Award at the 34th Academy Awards for Best Film Editing for the film West Side Story.
  • Tim Hodge Tim Hodge
    Timothy "Tim" Hodge is an American voice actor, story artist, writer, animator, comedian, and director at Big Idea Entertainment in Nashville, Tennessee, where he has works on the VeggieTales videos as well as other animated projects like 3-2-1 Penguins!.
  • Tim Morton
    Tim Morton is an American independent director, producer, writer, and actor.
  • Tim Porter
    Tim Porter is a British television editor, best known for his work on the HBO series, Game of Thrones, as well as several other British television series.
  • Tim Squyres
    Timothy S. "Tim" Squyres is an American film editor with about 30 film credits. Squyres has had an extended collaboration with the Taiwanese director Ang Lee, having edited all but one of Lee's feature films.
  • Tina Hirsch
    Tina Hirsch also known as Bettina Kugel Hirsch, Bettina Hirsch and Bettina Kugel is an American film editor and an adjunct professor of editing at the University of Southern California.
  • Ti West Ti West
    Ti West is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, editor, cinematographer, and occasional actor, best known for his work in horror films. He directed the horror films The Roost, The House of the Devil, The Innkeepers, The Sacrament, and the Western In a Valley of Violence.
  • Todd Strauss-Schulson
    Todd Strauss-Schulson is an American film director, screenwriter, producer, editor, and cinematographer, best known for directing the 2011 comedy film A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, and the 2015 horror comedy film The Final Girls.
  • Tom Costantino
    Tom Costantino is an American television and film editor. His most recent work includes The Orville created by Seth MacFarlane. The pilot was directed by Jon Favreau.
  • Tom Cross (editor)
    Tom Cross is an American television and film editor. He began his career in 1997 as an assistant editor, contributing to such diverse projects as We Own the Night, Crazy Heart, The Switch and the Primetime Emmy Award-winning drama series Deadwood.
  • Tom Graeff
    Thomas Lockyear "Tom" Graeff was an American actor, film director, producer, screenwriter, film editor and cinematographer. He is best known for writing, directing, producing and starring in the 1959 B-movie Teenagers from Outer Space.
  • Tom Held
    Tom Held was an Austrian-born American film editor. He was nominated for two Academy awards. Both were for Best Film Editing and both were during the 11th Academy Awards. His two nominated films were The Great Waltz and Test Pilot.
  • Tom Kennedy (producer)
    Tom Kennedy was an American film trailer producer, film director, voice-over artist, author, writer and film editor.
  • Tom McArdle
    Tom McArdle is an American film editor. He is best known as the editor for every film written and directed by Tom McCarthy, including The Station Agent, The Visitor, Win Win and The Cobbler.
  • Tommy Lee Wallace
    Thomas "Tommy" Lee Wallace is an American film producer, director, editor, and screenwriter.
  • Tom Rolf
    Ernst R. Rolf, better known as Tom Rolf, was a Swedish-born American film editor who worked on at least 48 feature films in a career spanning over fifty years.
  • Tony Ciccone
    Tony "Mopar" Ciccone is an American film editor. A onetime actor and rock drummer, he is known for his creative energy and feel for pacing. Sometimes referred to as "The John Bonham of editing" due in part to his love of music, motorcycles and fast cars.
  • Trey Edward Shults
    Trey Edward Shults is an American film director, producer, writer, and actor. He is best known for his critically acclaimed directorial debut, Krisha.
  • Tricia Cooke
    Tricia Cooke is an American film editor who is married to director Ethan Coen. They live in New York City.
  • Verna Fields
    Verna Fields was an American film editor, film and television sound editor, educator, and entertainment industry executive. In the first phase of her career, from 1954 through to about 1970, Fields mostly worked on smaller projects that gained little recognition.
  • Victor Livingston
    Victor Livingston is an American film and television editor known for his work on documentaries. He majored in English at Cornell University in the 1960s before moving to San Francisco to pursue film, initially inspired by Joseph Strick's Ulysses.
  • Vinnie Hobbs
    Vinnie Hobbs is an American film editor known for working with artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Britney Spears, Nicki Minaj, Big Sean, Drake, Kanye West, and Skrillex. He was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award for Best Editing in 2016.
  • Viola Lawrence
    Viola Mallory Lawrence is considered by many to be the first woman film editor in Hollywood. She was nominated twice for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing: for Pal Joey, with Jerome Thoms; and for Pepe, with Al Clark.
  • Virgil W. Vogel
    Virgil William Vogel was an American television and film director. His career spanned nearly sixty years directing episodes of Wagon Train, Bonanza, The Big Valley, and ', among other series. He was earlier a film editor.
  • Virginia L. Stone
    Virginia L. Stone was an American film editor, producer and director.
  • Walter A. Thompson
    Walter Thompson was an American film editor with 69 film credits from 1930 to 1975. He was nominated twice for the Academy Award for Film Editing for This Above All and for The Nun's Story. He was also nominated for an ACE Eddie Award for The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm.
  • Walter Murch Walter Murch
    Walter Scott Murch is an American film editor and sound designer.
  • Walt Mulconery
    Walt Mulconery was an American film editor who was most known for his work on films such as The Karate Kid, Flashdance and the English version of The Adventures of Milo and Otis.
  • Warner E. Leighton
    Warner Elvon Leighton was an American film, sound, music, effects and supervising editor. An only child, he married Patricia Relyea in the early 1950s. He had two daughters with Patricia; Denise was born in 1955 and Cynthia was born in 1958. He also had one Grandson, Kyler, born in 1993.
  • Wartnerchaney
    Joseph Wartnerchaney is an American director, screenwriter, and editor.
  • Wayne Wang Wayne Wang
    Wayne Wang is a Hong Kong-born American film director.
  • W. Duncan Mansfield
    W. Duncan Mansfield was an American film editor. He worked as an editor on 55 films between 1918 and 1963. He was born in Alabama and died in Hollywood, California.
  • Wendey Stanzler
    Wendey Stanzler is an American film editor and television director.
  • William B. Murphy
    William B. Murphy was an American film editor who, in the course of a twenty-year career, served as president of American Cinema Editors from 1952 to 1955 and was distinguished in 1966 with ACE's Eddie Award for his work on the science fiction film, Fantastic Voyage, which also earned him an...
  • William Cartwright (film editor)
    William T. "Bill" Cartwright Sr. was an American television and film director, producer and editor responsible for a number of documentaries. He was nominated for 5 Emmys Emmy Awards in 1978 and 1997 and won three. He edited "Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision" which won an Oscar.
  • William Clemens (film director)
    William Clemens was an American film director, known primarily for low-budget crime dramas.
  • William Goldenberg
    William Goldenberg is an American film editor. He has more than twenty film and television credits since 1992. He won the Academy Award for Film Editing for the film Argo, and has been nominated for The Insider, Seabiscuit, Zero Dark Thirty and The Imitation Game.
  • William Hamilton (film editor)
    William Hamilton was an American film editor whose career spanned two decades.
  • William Holmes (film editor)
    William Holmes was an American film editor. He won an Oscar for Best Film Editing at the 14th Academy Awards for his work on the film Sergeant York.
  • William Hornbeck
    William Hornbeck was an American film editor.
  • William Hoy
    William Harry Hoy is a film editor with more than 25 credits dating from 1987. He has been elected to membership in the American Cinema Editors.
  • William H. Reynolds
    William Henry Reynolds was an American film editor whose career spanned six decades. His credits include such notable films as The Sound of Music, The Godfather, The Sting, and The Turning Point.
  • William H. Ziegler
    William H. Ziegler was an American film editor. He edited over 100 films during his long career, most notably The Music Man, My Fair Lady and Strangers on a Train. He also edited several of the Our Gang shorts.
  • William Lyon (film editor)
    William A. Lyon was an American film editor, from 1935 to 1971.
  • William S. Gray (film editor)
    William S. Gray was an American film editor who was nominated for Best film editing at the 1936 Academy Awards for the film The Great Ziegfeld. He edited 35 films from 1929 to 1938.
  • William Steinkamp
    William Steinkamp is an American film editor with more than 20 film credits. He had a longstanding, notable collaboration with director Sydney Pollack, editing nearly all of Pollack's films from Tootsie through the director's last film, The Interpreter.
  • William Wedig
    William "Will" Wedig is an American filmmaker, focusing on directing and editing.
  • Yana Gorskaya Yana Gorskaya
    Yana Gorskaya is a Russian-American film editor. She is best known for her work in the editorial departments of the films Spellbound, Rocket Science and What We Do in the Shadows.
  • Yelena Lanskaya Yelena Lanskaya
    Yelena Lanskaya is an American film director, producer and editor. She is an active member of Directors Guild of America, the Motion Picture Editors Guild and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
  • Zach Staenberg
    Zach S. Staenberg is an American film editor best known for the Matrix Trilogy. Staenberg won an Academy Award and two ACE Eddie Award for the editing of The Matrix and for HBO's Gotti for which he was also nominated for an Emmy.
  • Zene Baker
    Zene Baker is an American film editor. A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Baker is a 1998 graduate of The North Carolina School of the Arts where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in film editing.

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