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Prakshi Malik

Prakshi Malik is an award-winning editor currently based in Minneapolis, MN on Dakota and Anishinaabe land. She has edited several short documentaries, narratives and experimental dance films, as well as a narrative feature and an educational dance series. Prakshi is currently co-directing and editing the Untitled Abuka Sanders Family Project, a documentary about intergenerational trauma and healing from police brutality. She was recently awarded the Creative Response Fund and the Fresh Vantage Post Grant for this project. Prakshi grew up in Delhi, India. Her background in dance and ensemble theatre influences her empathy as a director and her rhythm as an editor. Prakshi holds a BA in Media and Cultural Studies from Macalester College and MFA in Film Production from the University of Texas at Austin.

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www.prakhardeepjain.com Hi, I am a United Nation award-winning Documentary Filmmaker and Editor based in India. I have shot and edited both feature lengths and short docs for various publications and brands. My goal is to astonish people and it’s a responsibility I don’t take lightly. As a visual storyteller, I use critical eyes and innovative ideas to create purposeful stories and commercials. It’s methodical and detailed and here’s how I do it. Produce - Film - Edit - Voila!

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Princess A. Hairston

Princess A. Hairston is an Emmy-nominated editor based in New York City. Princess was recently selected as one of 25 filmmaker nominees for the 2020 Lynn Shelton Of A Certain Age grant. Princess edited a one-hour special for the 2020 Biden/Harris campaign. Princess was supervising editor for Pier Kids which premiered at DOCNYC 2019. She was an editor on Fresh Dressed, an official 2015 Sundance Film Festival selection, and edited the first two episodes of the Emmy-nominated series Capture with Mark Seliger. She was lead editor on Masterpiece of Love, a five-part 81-minute documentary series.

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Pilar Rico

Pilar Rico is a documentary editor from Spain. She most recently edited the feature length-documentary THE GREAT GREEN WALL (2019) by Emmy-nominated writer/director Jared P. Scott and produced by Oscar-nominated director Fernando Meirelles. The film, which premiered at Venice, follows musician/activist Inna Modja on an epic journey to the frontline of the climate crisis along Africa’s Great Green Wall. Pilar’s past films include THE FREEDOM TO MARRY (2016) by Eddie Rosenstein, winner of Best Editing and Best Documentary Film at Savannah Film Festival, and the films GRAZERS: A COOPERATIVE STORY (2012) and PATRIMONIO (2018) by award-winning directors Lisa F. Jackson and Sarah Teale’s, which premiered at Berlinale and Full Frame. She has also edited short documentaries for companies such as Retro Report, including a PBS segment on the #MeToo movement and The New York Times film about the killing of Chilean musician Víctor Jara. Outside the edit room, Pilar has worked as director, producer and cameraperson in several films in Spain and America such as WELCOME TO THE WORLD, GREEN CARD and PLAYING GOODBYE. She was a recipient of the 2018 Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellowship, Diversity in the Edit Room. 

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Pablo Proenza

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Pam Atadero

I live for stories, and I work to help others tell theirs. I studied editing for film and television in college after shelving my dream to be an actress, and have been working in the industry for a few years since. Through editing, I'm hoping to collaborate on more documentaries that uplift the marginalized people in our global societies.

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Preston Randolph

Preston Randolph is the owner of Cactus Pro Films, an award-winning documentary production company out of Wyoming. Randolph’s passion for using film to generate awareness for social issues has been showcased through many of his short documentaries, PSA’s and interactive national media campaigns. Randolph has been involved in many causes with a focus on prison reform, wrongful imprisonments and Native American issues. This work has teamed him with individuals like Tom Morello, Danny Glover, Harry Belafonte and Pete Seeger as well as organizations like the Innocence Project and Amnesty International. Randolph’s short documentary The Summer of ‘81 has been awarded honors nationwide, including winning the Wyoming State Film Contest in 2012. In 2019, Randolph released the short documentary, Return to Foretop’s Father which chronicles the journey of Grant Bulltail, a native American elder who travels to bring awareness to climate change and the negative impacts resulting from the disconnect between nature and modern culture. Randolph has generated a visual style that collaborates with his passion to reveal stories of the human element. Randolph is currently producing the documentary film, All We’ve Lost, which follows a wrongful imprisonment case.

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Par Parekh

I've been editing for 20 years -- I'm blessed with an ability to see the world in edits, in/out points, and rhythms. I apply certain musicality to my work, which ranges from documentary features to experimental narratives. Looking forward to connecting!

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Pasha Gray

I am an editor based on the east coast. My portfolio includes documentaries, docu-series, short films, and branded pieces. I am well-versed in pre and post-production editing software, including vast experience in Adobe Premiere (suite)and Avid. My career goal is to continue working on documentaries with an interest in reality and fashion content. Ready to work?

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Paula Ospina

An aspiring documentary film editor, with experience in visual journalism, Paula is looking to pivot into assistant editing roles. Her passion for editing is influenced by the power of storytelling and developing a narrative arc. As a bilingual Colombian-American visual storyteller, she is interested in working in both languages. She is organized, efficient, creative and a team player. She holds a BFA in photojournalism from Rochester Institute of Technology.

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Paula Heredia

Paula is a Salvadoran editor and director who has been making documentary films for over 20 years. She has won numerous awards, including the Eddie Award® for Unzipped (1995) and an Emmy® for HBO’s In Memoriam, NYC 9/11/01 (2002). She has been involved in HBO projects such as the series The Alzheimer’s Project (2009) and The Weight of a Nation (2012), and the Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee RX: Early Detection (2018). She recently produced and directed the documentaryToucan Nation (2016) for Animal Planet, co-produced the feature To A More Perfect Union: US v. Windsor (2017), and served as consulting producer for the Netflix documentary Out of Many, One (2018).

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Pamela Ralat

Pam is an Emmy Award-winning documentary editor based out of the Hudson Valley in NY. Working primarily in independent film and television, Pam lives for the thrill of sifting through mountains of footage to find the story and bring the director's vision to life. Some of her editing credits include the film "Hans Richter: Everything Turns Everything Revolves" about the Dadaist, surrealist painter, and pioneering filmmaker; "Cosecha de Miseria" (Harvest of Misery) for Noticias Telemundo; the National Endowment for the Arts funded multi-platform project "Rescoring Richter"; the Google feature-length documentary "Trillions of Questions, No Easy Answer: A (home) movie about how Google Search works", and "Bones of Contention", the first nonfiction feature film to explore the theme of historical memory in Spain, focusing on the repression of lesbians and gays under Franquismo.

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Paulo Padilha

I’m a Brazilian documentary editor based out of Los Angeles. I have worked on a pretty wide variety of styles and content, but my focus has always been on having strong characters and an engaging story. Some subjects that I enjoy are environmental issues (I have a lot of experience on projects about the Amazon, for example), art, music and science, but I tend to geek out on whatever subject I’m working on. I like serious or brainy films, but I also have a knack for comedy - I always want the audience to experience deep feelings, whether it’s by crying, reflecting, or even laughing. I try to make my projects express my own amazement with the absurdity, tragedy and beauty of the human condition. I've been working in documentaries for over 20 years, starting off as an assistant editor while I was still a student at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. I learned my trade working on several award-winning independent documentaries and programs for PBS, learning from some of the best editors in NYC. I transitioned into editing around 2008, working for companies like Art:21, Vice and several independent projects. In 2012 I moved back to Brazil, where I kept working on documentaries for public television and cable, and also branched out into scripted content. I've been in Los Angeles since 2020, and I am eager to get into the feature documentary and docuseries world here.

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