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Winter’s Bone
Grand Jury Prize, 2010
Class Project, May 2009

Frozen River
Grand Jury Prize, 2008
Class Project, May 2007

The Recruiter
Class Project, October 2005

Finishing Heaven
Class Project, September 2007

Great World of Sound
Class Project, January 2006

Moving Midway
Class Project, August 2006

Special Jury Prize, 2006
Class Project, July 2004

Manhattan, Kansas
Audience Award, 2006
Class Project, June 2005

Director's Fortnight, 2005
Class Project, March 2004

Red Doors
Official Selection, 2005
Class Project, July 2004

American Spectrum, 2005
Class Project, January 2004

Frontier Selection, 2005
Class Project, May 2004

Dramatic Competition, 2004
Class Project, May 2003

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Past Instructors

Pete Beaudreau
Pete’s recent credits include Margin Call, starring Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons and Sympathy for Delicious, the directorial debut of Mark Ruffalo, starring Orlando Bloom and Laura Linney, which played at Sundance in 2010 and was nominated for the festival’s Grand Jury Prize. More...

Chad Beck
Chad Beck, A.C.E., is a film editor based in New York City, and a former Edit Center student. He most recently cut Six Days to Air, a documentary about the making of "South Park," which aired on Comedy Central in October 2011. He edited and co-wrote Inside Job (Sony Pictures Classics), which won the 2011 Academy Award for Best Documentary. He was also awarded the 2011 Writer's Guild Award for Best Documentary Screenplay. More...

Kate Eales
Kate Eales is a feature film editor with over 10 years of experience in the industry. She began her career assisting on several big features in NYC, including A Beautiful Mind, Signs, and The Manchurian Candidate, which marked her first close collaboration with Oscar-nominated editor Craig McKay. More...

Mollie Goldstein
Mollie Goldstein is an editor working in narrative, television, and documentary film. Recent work includes The Art of Getting By, which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and was released in summer 2011 by Fox Searchlight; and Monogamy, which won Best New York Narrative at the Tribeca Film Festival and was distributed by Oscilloscope Laboratories. Mollie's first feature was Palindromes, for director Todd Solondz, which appeared at the Venice, New York, Telluride, and Toronto Film Festivals and was distributed by Wellspring. More...

Affonso Goncalves
Affonso edited Todd Haynes' acclaimed HBO mini series "Mildred Pierce," starring Kate Winslet which won two Primetime Emmys. He also edited Winter’s Bone which was nominated for four Academy Awards and won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, 2010. More...

Sabine Hoffman
Sabine Hoffman edited Rebecca Miller’s The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, The Ballad of Jack and Rose (Sundance 2005), as well as Miller’s Personal Velocity (which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in 2002 and the John Cassavettes Award for Independent Filmmaking). More...

Malcolm Jamieson
Malcolm Jamieson has worked as an editor in film and television since graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in 1991. His television credits include the Emmy-winning series “Mad Men,” critically acclaimed Showtime series “Nurse Jackie,” "Treme," and the pilot of “Damages.” More...

Myron Kerstein
Myron Kerstein has worked on various feature films, documentaries and television shows. His feature credits include Little Fockers, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, The Dukes of Hazzard, Garden State, and Raising Victor Vargas. More...

Eric Kissack
Eric often works with Sacha Baron Cohen, editing the upcoming film The Dictator as well as Baron Cohen's past film Brüno. His other feature credits include Cedar Rapids starring Ed Helms and John C. Reilly, A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, Role Models and The Ten, both for director David Wain (The State). More...

Cindy Lee
Cindy Lee's documentary editing credits include: Hot Coffee, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011 and was broadcast on HBO; the Oscar-nominated No End In Sight, which won the Sundance Special Jury Prize and New York Film Critics Circle Best Documentary in 2007; and Hotel Gramercy Park, which earned a Special Jury Mention at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2008. More...

Susan Littenberg
Susan has frequently worked with Steven Soderbergh, editing his feature Gray’s Anatomy and serving as an associate editor on Solaris and Full Frontal. More...

Anne McCabe
Anne McCabe has worked in the film business in England and the US for the last twenty years. Her editing credits include the features Margaret; The Daytrippers, the Academy Award-nominated film You Can Count On Me, and, more recently, Maria Full Of Grace More...

Alan Oxman
Alan Oxman has most recently served as post-production supervisor on Inside Job (Academy Award for Best Documentary 2011) and producer on Hot Coffee (Sundance 2011, HBO Summer Doc Series). More...

Meg Reticker
Meg Reticker won an A.C.E. award for her work on NBC's "30 Rock." Her other television credits: “The Wire,” “Big Love,” and “Bored to Death,” all on HBO. More...

Geoffrey Richman
Geoff Richman has been a freelance editor for over ten years. Most recently, Geoff edited the Oscar winning documentary The Cove. More...

Kate Sanford
Kate's television credits include: ”Boardwalk Empire," "The Wire," "Sex and the City" and "Treme," for which she won an A.C.E. award. More...

Tim Streeto
Tim Streeto edited Noah Baumbach's Greenberg and The Squid and the Whale, which received 3 Golden Globe nominations including Best Picture, 6 Independent Spirit Awards including Best Picture, and an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay. He is currently editing HBO's "Boardwalk Empire." More...

Plummy Tucker
Plummy’s editing credits include Jennifer’s Body, written by Diablo Cody; Aeon Flux; Steve Buscemi’s Lonesome Jim (Official Selection, Sundance 2005); the 2000 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner, Girlfight. More...

Kate Williams
Kate Williams edited the Oscar-nominated (and multiple-award-winning) feature Frozen River, directed by Courtney Hunt; as well as Steve Buscemi’s Trees Lounge and Interview; Bart Freundlich’s Myth of Fingerprints. More...

Aaron Yanes
Aaron Yanes has edited a variety of both narrative and documentary films and televison. His credits include Barry Levinson's found-footage horror film, The Bay (Lionsgate), and You Don't Know Jack (HBO Films), for which he received Emmy and A.C.E. nominations. More...

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