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Bo Mehrad

Bo Mehrad is a film editor. His credits include THE PUNK SINGER, a documentary about musician and feminist icon Kathleen Hanna. The film won numerous awards at festivals around the globe and went on to theatrical distribution in the US and internationally. He also edited SIDEMEN: LONG ROAD TO GLORY a doc about the lives of three of the original blues sidemen. The film premiered at SXSW and was theatrically distributed. He recently edited MAKING BLACK AMERICA, a limited series with Henry Louis Gates for PBS and FINDING MISS CLEO a feature doc about 90's TV psychic Miss Cleo for HBO Max. Besides editing docs, Bo has edited narrative films, music videos and short form web, commercial & corporate content. Bo had an extensive background in film production before moving into post. He was born in Iran and educated in the U.K. He holds a B.A. in film from the California State University at San Francisco.

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Brian Redondo

Brian is a documentary storyteller based in Brooklyn, NY. He has edited documentaries of all sizes--feature-length, docuseries, shorts and digital. His work has ranged from verite and character driven pieces to fast-paced explainers, but typically all with a social consciousness. In the past year, he has edited episodes of the docuseries Explained, a character-driven CNN doc Super Reviewers, and multiple episodes of an upcoming food docuseries with Lisa Ling. He has also directed + edited several short documentaries that have garnered a number of awards: Keep Saray Home (Best short doc at Newburyport Doc Fest, Philly Asian American Film Fest, and Seattle Asian American Film Fest), Jes Fan In Flux (Vimeo Staff Pick), and Doreen Garner Sculpts Our Trauma (Best Documentary and Best of the Fest at Humboldt International Film Festival). Brian was most recently the Senior Video Editor at The New Yorker magazine. He has a master's degree in global communications from the American University of Paris and a bachelor's in visual studies from the University of Pennsylvania.

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Bryan Chang

Bryan Chang is a documentary director, cinematographer, and editor whose award-winning films have been featured in The New York Times, National Geographic, TIME Magazine, The Atlantic, Sundance Film Festival, and distributed theatrically. His feature-length documentaries include BRASSLANDS (director/editor), NARCO CULTURA (editor), ISLAND SOLDIER (producer/editor), and FIRST VOTE (editor). He has also edited episodes of the PBS shows ART IN THE 21st CENTURY and MAKING BLACK AMERICA. He is a member-owner of Meerkat Media, a cooperatively-run production company in Brooklyn, NY.

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Bryan Sih

I am an Asian American filmmaker with experience in Avid and Adobe Premiere. I started off in a journalistic setting with Emmy winning producers and experienced Avid editors. I made my way to documentary when I was selected for the Looking Beijing program to film a documentary on three generations and styles of dance. I've also traveled to the Dominican Republic to produce a youth media documentary on a young baseball player. Currently, I am making a documentary about a Muslim asylum seeker and co-editing an experimental hybrid-doc about three generations of black matriarchs in rural Maryland who form community in the wake of male absence.

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Byron Leon

I'm an editor and filmmaker currently residing in Brooklyn, NY. I am currently working as the Additional Editor and Lead Assistant Editor on Netflix’s upcoming multi-part Kanye West documentary series "jeen-yuhs". My next availability is in February 2022. I'm looking to explore Editor positions in this coming year.

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Brian Lu

First a dancer, then a dance videographer, Brian turned to documentary filmmaking in order to share the stories of the dance communities that have been integral to his identity as a hyphenated American. Building off his foundation in dance cinematography, he learned ethical vérité documentary during his internship at Kartemquin Films and now works as a cinematographer and editor in Chicago. Having premiered his short film “MAD” at the 46th annual Dance on Camera Festival, Brian currently freelances as an editor in Chicago, seeking to create more films that bridge dance, documentary, and arthouse.

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Berenice Chávez

I am a Los Angeles-based Mexican-American editor. I received my MFA in Film Editing from the American Film Institute in 2016. My first documentary feature as editor, ON THE DIVIDE, had its world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival in 2021. It was also recently nominated for Best Doc at Imagen Awards. I also produced and edited two short documentaries, PASSING THE TORCH and NORTH TO PARADISE, both of which received a total of three Student Emmy Award nominations. I won two of those awards, one of them for editing. I recently was one of two editors for the upcoming Pamela Anderson documentary, PAMELA, A LOVE STORY, for Netflix.

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Blaine Morris

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Barbara Allen

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Bashirah Mack

Bashirah Mack is an emerging documentary filmmaker and visual storyteller. In 2021, she was awarded one of Berkeley Journalism’s top honors, the Marlon T. Riggs Fellowship in Documentary Filmmaking. Most recently, Bashirah produced, directed, and edited her short film about the impact of pregnancy discrimination litigation.

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Bugra Dedeoglu

Born in Turkey 1984. Buğra Dedeoğlu is an Istanbul based film editor. Graduated from the communication faculty of Izmir University of Economics. His previous works include the Palm d'Or winner short film "Silence” (dir. Rezan Yeşilbaş, 2013). In 2022 he received Best Editing Award from Istanbul Film Festival with the feature film "Zuhal" (dir. Nazlı Elif Durlu, produced by istos film). Moreover he has received best editing awards from various film festivals with the short films "Story of A Job Interview” (dir. Alkım Özmen, 2017) and "You all & I alone” (dir. Barış Kefeli and Nükhet Taneri, 2023) Among the documentaries he has edited "The Fragments” has received the Best Documentary Award from Istanbul Film Festival and "The Leftovers” was awarded with Best Documentary award from Istanbul Short Film Festival. He edited Nat-Geo's docu-series ''Tom's Istanbul Delights''. The feature film he has edited, "Between Two Dawns" (dir. Selman Nacar, 2021), premiered in Saint Sebastian FF and won 15 different prizes around the globe. Apart from his filmmaking career, he taught editing at Istinye University and Ibn Haldun University in Istanbul. He has written the soundtrack column of Altyazı Film Magazine for 4 years. He is a member of KUDA (Film Editors’ Society of Turkey) and works for its Representative Board since 2023.

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