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Ge Zhai

Born and raised in China, Ge Zhai is a film editor currently based in Los Angeles. She discovered her love for editing when participating in the Television Master’s program at Boston University. Over the past eight years, she has worked as an editor / assistant editor on various scripted and documentary projects, including the documentary feature Wuhan Wuhan, which premiered at Hot Docs Festival 2021. Her works have shown and won awards in festivals like Cannes, Tokyo International Film Festival, Slamdance Festival and Tribeca Festival. Zhai is passionate about bringing directors’ visions to life and inspired to tell powerful stories that make a difference.

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GLADYS MAE MURPHY is an Emmy-nominated documentary film editor. With over 15 years of experience, she has contributed to over 40 non-fiction projects for TV and film, many receiving top honors and nominations from various film festivals, the Emmys, and the Academy Awards. Gladys co-edited the 2015 Oscar-winning short documentary CRISIS HOTLINE, the 2014 Oscar-nominee of the same category, PRISON TERMINAL, and the 2016 Emmy-nominated LARRY KRAMER, for which Gladys received an Emmy nomination for Best Editing. More recent credits include Ron Howard's REBUILDING PARADISE (2020 Sundance), 2018 Emmy-nominated BEWARE THE SLENDERMAN, and LENNY (2018 Sundance). Gladys graduated with a BFA in Digital Media Arts at San Jose State University and studied Film Production at Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. She is the 2004 recipient of the Fang Quai Award, the Cadre Laboratory of New Media's highest honor for creative and academic achievement.

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Gerardo Del Valle

Gerardo del Valle is a video producer from Guatemala currently based in New York City. He studied Communications and Media at Universidad Rafael Landivar in Guatemala and has a Master’s degree in Journalism from the City University of New York. He was a New Media Narrative Director Fellow at the International Center for Photography (2020) and a UnionDocs’ Summer Documentary Lab Fellow (2020). Starting his career working as a video journalist in Plaza Pública, the first online newspaper in Guatemala, he’s gone on to work on long-form documentaries, web-based projects and has collaborated with Vice, Univision, the BBC, Agencia Efe, and NBC’s Left Field. His work has been recognized by the Fundación Gabo (2019), Inter-American Press Association (2014), and the National Press Photographers of America (2018).

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Gustavo Curi

I am a multilingual editor with a solid background in filmmaking, writing and visual arts. I have worked on short and feature documentary projects for ABC, Discovery+, Natgeo, Netflix and others. My recent work as editor includes a feature documentary on the Capitol riot for Discovery+, a feature documentary special on the Notre-Dame fire for ABC and French channel TF1, as well as short documentaries for Al Gore's The Climate Project. I was the finishing assistant editor for Vice on HBO’s Countdown to Zero — as well as assistant editor in many other projects — and assistant editor on two narrative features, which gave me valuable experience in taking projects from raw footage through delivery. I recently watched My Octopus Teacher and have so related to the main character — the octopus — that I have not been able to bring myself to eating one again (however delicious they might be). That is the kind of projects I want to be involved in, stories that will shed light into a subject and enlighten you in the process, documentaries that will engage your mind and possibly change your heart. I want to help projects get to the heart of those stories with my editing, and then bring them to light.

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Gloria Shade

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Gabrielle Johnson

I am an aspiring video editor with several years of work in production. My interest is to grow my portfolio as a video editor. I am inspired by photos , videos and music. I have experience in selecting music for rough cuts, putting raw clips into a sequence, and lower thirds. I am looking for assistant video editor positions that will challenge and allow me to enhance as a video editor.

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Ganeesh Genus

Ganeesh Genus is an award-winning filmmaker from West Palm Beach, Florida who mixes real with surreal, to accurately depict the world around him. Earning a Bachelor's degree in Television and Film Production from St. John’s University, and his MFA from The City College of New York, Ganeesh’s work has been screened across the U.S in New York, Los Angeles, and Atlanta, and abroad in China, Nigeria, Poland, England and Spain. Through his inspiring work that showcases the everyday trials of Black millennials, Ganeesh has received multiple awards including being named an Honorary State Representative in Indiana. Recently, Ganeesh wrapped up production for a documentary called MAY DAY ON THE GREEN that focuses on the trial of Bobby Seale and the New Haven chapter of the Black Panther Party where he served as producer and editor. He also completed his third self-written and directed short film, KIDS DON’T RIDE BIKES ANYMORE, which has been selected for sixteen film festivals to date. KIDS DON’T RIDE BIKES ANYMORE follows a young black couple in Queens, and explores being lower middle class and possibly expecting in a soon to be gentrified borough.

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Guldana Talgat

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Gretty Camaraza

I'm a Cuban-American documentary editor living in Los Angeles, California. I've been editing for sixteen years, eight of which have been solely dedicated to documentaries. I've edited numerous short documentaries for clients such as the United Nation who honor those who protect our planet with the award ‘Champions of the Earth’ award, Public Council, a Pro Bono Law Firm that helped remove the SATs from USC, allowing more people of color to attend the college, Unlock Tomorrow, a non-profit who helps incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals find their voice through the Arts, and L.A. County, who shares the story of a mother and daughter seeking asylum in the U.S. after facing multiple death threats in their country, to show us the humanity and hardships some of the undocumented people living in this country. Recently I fulfilled my dream of breaking into long format documentaries after co-editing the 3-part documentary series, 'Black History, Black Freedom, Black Love', in which seven preeminent black thought leaders (Angela Davis, Cornel West, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Sherrilyn Ifill, Jelani Cobb, and John Mcwhorter) share their insight on the reckoning with race in America in three parts: past, present, and future. Whether I’m cutting or watching documentaries, some of my favorite themes deal with social issues, environmental issues, health, science, human rights, and extreme sports. I am fluent in Spanish, and have edited Spanish language content as well as other languages I am less familiar with. Transcripts and intuition really guide the way in these situations. Away from the Edit suite you'll find me enjoying nature, hiking, traveling, and taking classes that spark joy, such as pottery, dance, and cooking.

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Guiselle Gonzalez

Hi! I am an LA based AE with over 5+ years working on short and long form content, particularly featurettes and documentaries.

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