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Hannah Choe

Hannah Choe (she/her) is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker with 12+ years of experience in documentary film, which includes ten features, five shorts and one doc series. She was an editor on Crossings, a feature-length documentary about thirty women peacemakers who cross the DMZ from North to South Korea, calling for peace on the Korean peninsula (Hawaiʻi Intl. Film Festival, 2021). Other notable credits include associate editing on Through Our Eyes (Sesame Workshop and HBO Max, 2021), Geographies of Kinship (CAAMFest, 2019) and Dark Money (Shortlisted for Oscars, Sundance in competition, 2018). In 2018, she was a contributing editor at the Sundance Documentary Edit and Story Lab and a Karen Schmeer Diversity in the Edit Room fellow. Hannah was born and raised in the Bay Area, California, and is the proud daughter of Korean immigrants. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Cinema from San Francisco State University with a minor in Asian American Studies.

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Hai-Li Kong

I'm a freelance video editor and producer based in Brooklyn, NY. Hired mainly as a one-person team to produce short videos, I am familiar with wearing multiple hats from pre- to post-production. Currently, I am shifting to focus on feature-length documentary editing. I'm focusing on editing because I love the process of creating meaning through timing and the juxtaposition of images. I have an interest in telling immigrant stories, starting with my own family's. I am a 2021 Docs in Progress Fellow, working on a documentary that weaves together oral histories from each of my relatives. Together, they paint an intergenerational portrait of life in China and Singapore from the 1940s-1970s before their immigration to Canada.

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Hyunsoo Moon

Moon is an Emmy-Award winning filmmaker who has worked in a wide variety of productions, from documentaries, scripted and unscripted television, and short form. His work has been seen on PBS, Disney, Discovery, KCET, Fox, MTV, A&E, Oxygen, and Spike. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife/collaborator Haejung Kim and their son, Max.

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Hana Mitchell

Hana is a professional film and video editor with over 15 years of video production experience. As one the co-owners and exclusive editor at Impakt Studio, Hana began her career editing music videos for Chicago artist Omen from J Cole’s Dream Ville label, Lupe Fiasco, and Syleena Johnson. Her resume also includes Grammy nominated music videos for Eric Roberson, Lalah Hathaway, and Terisa Griffin. Some of her other credits include promotional videos for Jamie Foxx, and Floyd Mayweather. Though her training started with music videos with an emphasis on narrative storytelling, Hana turned her focus on features, short films and documentaries. Some of which have screened at several major film festivals . Her creative editing can also be seen in the feature films Pierre Jackson which is currently on Netflix, London Mitchell’s Christmas which aired on Magic Johnson’s Network Aspire, and “My Online Valentine” which had a national theatrical run early 2019.

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Hanna Utkin

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Horatio Baltz

New Orleans based filmmaker, editor, and motion designer working in short form documentary, narrative, branded, and commercial films. My work has appeared in the New York Times, PBS, The Atlantic, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, and various other publications.

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Hina Ali

Hina Ali is an editor based in Brooklyn, New York. Ali's body of work reflects her personal journey as a modern Muslim woman and her passion for storytelling. She is currently directing her first feature documentary. And also working on two short-form series Beach Cottage Chronicles and In With The Old for HBO Max and Discovery Plus. Her credits include the Emmy Nominated documentaries UNLADYLIKE2020 (PBS American Masters) and Among the Believers. And Insha’Allah Democracy (Sheffield Doc Fest 2017, DOCNYC 2017). Ali's work can be watched on Discovery Plus, HBO Max, Vice, Netflix, PBS, BBC, Spotify, Amazon Prime, Starz, Hulu, and Cheddar. She is a former Fulbright-Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow (2013) and Chevening South Asia Fellow UK (2017).

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Hena Ashraf

Am open to editing either short-term or long-term projects, and am highly proficient in both Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro. I am based in Los Angeles, can either travel or work remotely, and I am fluent in Hindi and Urdu. A feature I edited went to the 2022 True/False x Catapult Rough Cut Retreat.

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Hugo Perez

Perez recently completed co-directing and co-producing the feature documentary ONCE UPON A TIME IN UGANDA with Cathryne Czubek which will world premiere in Fall 2021 (Official Selection of the cancelled SxSW 2020.) Perez is currently finishing up directing OMARA, a feature documentary on Cuban music icon Omara Portuondo to be released in conjunction with the 25th anniversary of the Buena Vista Social Club’s debut album. Perez was the recipient of the 2009 Estela Award for Documentary Filmmaking presented by NALIP – the National Association of Latino Independent Producers. Perez served as Editor and Co-Writer for Elliot Page and Ian Daniel’s feature documentary directorial debut THERE’S SOMETHING IN THE WATER which world premiered at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, and was released on Netflix in 2020. Perez also served as Editor, Co-Producer, and Co-Writer on the feature documentary ISLAND OF BASEBALL on Cuba’s role in integrating Major League Baseball, currently being distributed by Cargo Releasing. Perez recent work in Cuba also includes producing the national PBS special WEEKEND IN HAVANA. Perez served as Executive Producer and Co-Writer of Rodrigo Reyes feature documentary PURGATORIO – a poetic and philosophical journey along the U.S. border with Mexico that aired on PBS America Reframed Series. Perez was the recipient of the prestigious Rockefeller Foundation/Tribeca Film Institute Emerging Artist Fellowship in support of his feature screenplay IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. Perez’ short film BETTY LA FLACA was the winner of the HBO/NYILFF Short Film Award and was broadcast across the HBO networks. Perez’ short film SEED was part of ITVS/PBS groundbreaking original online science fiction series FutureStates. Perez has studied storytelling with Gabriel Garcia Marquez, collaborated with Pulitzer prize-winning novelist William Kennedy, and served as a guest artist for acclaimed theater director and artist Robert Wilson. He lives in Brooklyn.

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Hemal Trivedi

Hemal Trivedi is an internationally celebrated filmmaker for over 15 years. Her body of work has won one Oscar, three Emmys and seven Emmy nominations, a nomination for MTV Movie Awards, nominations for Independent Spirits Awards and Cinema Eye Award. She has won over 30 other prestigious awards and honors. Her work has been showcased in film festivals including Sundance, Tribeca, IDFA, Full Frame, Berlin, NYIFF, AFI and venues including the United Nations and US Department of State. Her work has been broadcast on Netflix, HBO, PBS (Frontline and Independent Lens), YouTube Red, Channel 4 and several other broadcast venues. She has served as a speaker, panelist and judge for TEDx, Independent Film Week, the Emmys and other prestigious awarding bodies.

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Hailee Durant

Hailee is a Los Angeles based Assistant and Junior Editor with experience working on a variety of content including scripted features, scripted television, feature documentaries, unscripted broadcast television, and documentary style web videos. In 2017, Hailee graduated with honors from California State University, Chico with a B.A. in Media Arts. As a first generation college graduate, Hailee values the importance of providing opportunities to under-represented folks. Hailee is passionate about collaborative storytelling, and is interested in stories revolving music, sustainability, and the human experience.

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Hansen Lin

Hansen Lin is a multi-disciplinary documentary film director and cinematographer based in New York. He received his MFA degree in the Social Documentary Film department in the School of Visual Arts. Hansen started his career as director and editor in 2018, he focused on exploring the motivations of human behaviors and excavating the pure inner world of the character. His style is to build up stories in a compelling and intimate way of Veritie. He had worked with awarding filmmakers and clients from internationally. His latest collaboration feature documentary with Nanfu Wang In The Same Breath which premiered in Sundance 2021 and HBO Max.

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Hsuan Yu Pan

Originally from Taiwan, New York City-based documentary filmmaker Hsuan Yu Pan loves to explore human stories through her lens. She worked as a segment producer at Bric TV from 2011 until the pandemic happened in 2020. She was also a participant in Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s (LMCC) Governors Island COVID-19 Response Residency program in 2021. Pan developed film projects related to migration and the pandemic, including “Hear, Eat, Home” and “Alone/Together.” Pan likes to collaborate with other filmmakers. She is the DP/Editor of ROCKY FLATS directed by Nancy Wolfe.

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