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Elodie Edjang

Elodie Edjang is a French-born Cameroonian story consultant and editor from Atlanta, Georgia. She specializes in short-form content, non-traditional portraits, and blending narrative and documentary techniques. She served as the lead video editor for Local Legend Films a Chicago-based production company and was selected as a 2019 NeXt Doc Fellow. Elodie taught hybrid documentary at Northwestern University and has been involved with a wide range of organizations including Australian television network SBS, Kartemquin Films, and The Alliance of Documentary Editors. Previous commercial clients include Hertz, Home Run Inn Pizza, and top-ranking universities. Her latest short documentary Book of Daniel screened at Tacoma Film Festival, Black Harvest Film Festival, and The Block Cinema. Elodie is currently co-editing a short documentary about Kartemquin Films co-founder Gordon Quinn. She holds an MFA in Documentary Media from Northwestern University and earned a B.A. in Anthropology and a B.A.J. in Advertising from the University of Georgia.

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Ellie Wen

Ellie Wen is an award-winning filmmaker from Hong Kong and Los Angeles. She is an alumna of Film Independent's Project Involve fellowship program and recently completed her MFA in Documentary Film at Stanford University. Her films have been featured on The Guardian, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Short of the Week, SoulPancake, selected as Vimeo Staff Pick, and screened at premier festivals around the world. She lives in San Francisco and is developing her next documentary as an artist-in-residence in the SFFILM FilmHouse Residency Program.

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Emir Lewis

Having built an exceptional editing career over the years, Emirʼs long list of editing credits span feature films, documentaries & tv series. Beginning with ​Slam​ (1998) which won both the prestigious Sundance film festival Grand Jury Prize and the Cannes film festival Camera DʼOr . In addition, several other of the documentaries edited by Emir received high honors such as HBOʼs O.J. – A Story in Black & White​ (2003 Emmy winner), PBSʼ​Two Towns of Jasper (2003 DuPont and Peabody Awards). He has also parlayed his editorial experience into a producer/director role for WNET, garnering Emmy nominations for both ​In the Footsteps of Marco Polo​ & ​Pioneers of THIRTEEN​, a four part series chronicling the history of Public Television in New York & a Supervising Story Producer role in the acclaimed Netflix Docu Series ​RAPTURE​ which chronicled the lives and artistic growth of 8 of Hip Hop’s hottest artists. Currently, he is finishing editing & producing ​Driving While Black​: ​Race Space & Mobility in America ​with the acclaimed historical documentarian Ric Burns for national release in the fall on PBS. In the future, Emir plans to continue editing, producing and directing for a diverse range of media projects, but is also very happy teaching the next generation of students the fine art of editorial storytelling at both N.Y.U. Tisch School of the Arts.

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Elliott Choi

Over the past decade, I've worked on multiple Emmy and Peabody award-winning documentaries and docu-series for PBS, ranging from cultural and historical epics to behind-the-scenes investigative reporting, all through compelling character-driven narratives. My principal focus is to articulate the human connection behind any idea, adventure, triumph and tragedy. My mission is to edit out whatever detracts from the story and raise it above the noise to let it speak for itself. I am an experienced Editor, GFX Editor and Post-Production Supervisor for narrative documentary films with a history of creating GFX content for and managing post-production of high-quality, award-winning documentaries.

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Eavvon O'Neal

I'm a Brooklyn, NY-based editor, originally from Philadelphia, PA. As an elder millennial, my early web production experience, where I developed a visual language via music videos, youtube series, and animated projects, is being channeled into long-form storytelling. Past clients include Radical Media, Vox, Ghost Robot, Netflix, CNN, Polygon Media, Complex Networks, Apple Music, Mass Appeal, Facebook, Planned Parenthood, Boiler Room, Vice Media, and Pitchfork Media.

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Ephraim Kirkwood

Ephraim is a New York based filmmaker and editor whose work has appeared on HBO, Netflix, CNN, Showtime, PBS, Discovery, and A&E. His work includes the Official Sundance selected and Emmy nominated film Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men. Ephraim's latest editing credits include the award winning ESPN 30 For 30 series, the HBO original special Between The World And Me and the upcoming Netflix original series High On The Hog.

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Edgardo Cervano-Soto

I'm Edgardo. My pronouns are he/him/his. I am a filmmaker and editor based in the San Francisco Bay Area. I enjoyed a career in New York City from 2016-2021 where I gained experienced from being a post-production intern to now being on an associate/co-editor level. My latest editing credit includes co-editor for the feature documentary, A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks, which premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival, and it's currently nominated for 3 2022 News and Documentary Emmys including outstanding editing. I was an associate editor on How To Fix A Drug Scandal (Netflix, 2020); assistant editor for The Clinton Affair (A&E, 2018) and Dirty Money: Season 1 (Netflix, 2018), and post-production assistant editor for Elian (CNN, 2017). In my early career, I was a local reporter and photographer in the East Bay covering stories on immigration, education, city politics, and juvenile detention. I am passionate to create stories on visual arts, LGBTQ history, American politics and identity, and immigration/migration. I graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies and a minor in Film and Media Studies. I am an organized and detailed editor/co-editor/assistant editor. I love to think about the big picture story, plotting scenes and archs in addition to focusing on the tiny details of image and sound. I work best with collaborative directors and producers, in work environments that are considerate of boundaries and labor rights, and transparent on schedules. While my experience is in heavy archival projects, I would love to try my skills on a verite documentary film. I am open to both documentary and narrative features. I am based in the San Francisco Bay area ( Oakland to be exact).

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Evelyn Pollard-Gregory

Evelyn Pollard a.k.a, E. R. Gregory from Cleveland, Ohio is a Cinematography and Video Production educator. E. R. is a member of the Brown Girl's Documentary Mafia. As a cinematographer her experiences have allowed her to work with storytellers for the PBS American Portrait project and other organizations. Her passion for screen writing led her to create scripts for State Educational Departments and non-profits. Her most recent experiences directing and editing ignited her passion for creating. Her focus is on telling diverse stories through multiple media platforms to reach a gamut audiences that connect generations. A professional creative with a record of media producing experience. Proficient in prioritizing and completing tasks in a timely manner, yet flexible to effectively multi-task. A team player who is attentive to detail and able to work in a fast paced environment. Excellent oral and written communication skills that can reach a vast audience.

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Eugene Yi

I'm currently unavailable, but will be available come spring 2023.

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Elizabeth Rao

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Esther Anino

Producer, Director & Editor. I co-founded Tercer Piso, a LGBTQ+, women and family owned, creative studio and production company based in Honduras and United States. I've work on documentary and fiction. Special interest on Human Rights, Political, crime and Justice pieces.

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Eva Cruz

I'm a cinematographer and photographer born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Being behind the camera allows me to be at the forefront of new emerging companies that are led by visionaries and thought leaders. From sustainably driven music festivals in Iceland to design thinking strategies in Nicaragua, I have been exposed to different industries across sectors. This on-the-road adventure has helped me think outside of myself, connect the dots more effectively, and grow as a storyteller. As a freelancer, I balance many different roles as Photographer, Cinematographer, Project Manager, and Video/Photo Editor.

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Esther Chan

Hello! I'm Esther 思贤 Chan (she/her/hers) I want to tell stories in innovative ways that educate, move, and empower people to act. I've edited and directed mini-documentaries, TV ads, and social media videos for leading progressive campaigns, non-profits, and brands. I helped launch Elizabeth Warren’s video brand on her Senate re-election and presidential campaign, leading over 150+ video projects and editing a launch video that garnered over 3.8+ million views. Before that, I pioneered a video strategy at the advocacy nonprofit, The ONE Campaign. And before that, I was a video intern at The Obama White House. I’m passionate about making videos for social change, laughing out loud, cooking in my trusty wok, and embroidering for my friends. I am an editor, motion graphics designer, producer (of dumplings), and a storyteller who wants to make this world a better, more wholehearted place. Let's do it together.

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Eric Kleppe-Montenegro

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Esther Shubinski

Esther Shubinski is an Emmy-nominated documentary film editor based in Los Angeles. Esther edited the YouTube Originals series Defying Gravity: The Untold Story of Women’s Gymnastics, which won the Producers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Sports Program. Most recently, she edited the documentary Petit Rat, which premiered at the Miami Jewish Film Festival, where it won the Audience Award for Best Documentary. In addition, she edited Alethea Avramis’ documentary Sundays (Thessaloniki Documentary Festival) and The Art of Observing Life (IDFA), a documentary by her mentor and veteran Russian filmmaker Marina Goldovskaya. Esther directed and edited the documentary Out of Love, which premiered at the Telluride Film Festival. Last year, Esther collaborated with Grammy-Award-winning composer Aaron Jay Kernis on Elegy, a short memorial documentary honoring the lives of those lost during the pandemic. Esther received her BA from UC Berkeley and holds an MFA in Film Production & Directing at UCLA, where she has also taught Documentary Production. Esther’s sensitivity and approach to storytelling are shaped by her French and Native American background. She strives to tell personal stories that can create more empathy in the world.

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Elika Rezaee

Elika Rezaee is an Award-winning LA-based film editor and director with experience in both fiction and non-fiction filmmaking. Originally from Iran, Elika left her homeland to pursue her dreams in Cinema at the prestigious American Film Institute's editing program, from which she graduated with distinction. Ever since, she has edited over ten feature films that have premiered at top-tier film festivals such as Sundance, Tribeca, and SXSW and aired on PBS. She recently edited “Shayda,” a fictive feature film that won the audience award at Sundance 2023. Other recent credits include “Notes,” a narrative film she edited at the end of its post-production process. This film was the last project that Halyna Hutchins shot before her tragic death. In addition, Elika edited "La Sandinista", a feature documentary that won the Jury Prize from SXSW and won the São Paulo International Film Festival, Audience Award & New Directors Competition at the Washington DC Film Festival, Justice Matters Award, and ITVS grant. Elika is thrilled to have been accepted to the highly esteemed Karen Schmeer Editing Fellowship. This will allow her to work with some of the industry's most influential professionals and gain valuable editing experience in the documentary world. Also, as a writer and director, Elika has won the best short film at New Jersey Film Festival 2023 for “Fereshteh” and made it as a finalist at the Amarcort and the Norwegian Short Film Festival. Her other notable achievements include editing the short documentaries "Conducting The Revolution" and "Lot 448", both of which were collaborative works between Tribeca and Bvlgari, and “Jews Step Forward” a feature documentary that won Best Human Rights, War & Peace Documentary Feature Award and Winner Award of Merit, Best Documentary Feature from Mexico International Film Festival.

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Eric Ibarra

Eric Armando Ibarra is a Chicano filmmaker from the Mexican border-town of Chula Vista, CA. After studying film in New York City, Eric started creating video content for places like The FADER, The Players’ Tribune and The Sundance Institute. His original work, spanning from short films to feature scripts, has been recognized by the Los Angeles International Shorts Film Festival, the Philadelphia Latino Film Festival, the NYC International Screenplay Awards, and the Southern California Screenplay Competition. Eric was a fellow in Warner Bros. Discovery’s 2022 Tomorrow Filmmaker’s Today cohort. By focusing on genuine storytelling, with moments of surrealism and dark comedy, Eric shines a light on the stories about how the system fails the transborder and Chicanx communities. He currently resides in Los Angeles where he is in development for his first feature film and TV series.

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