Pete Beaudreau

Pete Beaudreau

Editor, Margin Call (2012 Oscar Nominee, Best Screenplay), starring Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons; The Gambler, starring Mark Wahlberg; All Is Lost starring Robert Redford; and Sympathy for Delicious, the directorial debut of Mark Ruffalo, which played at Sundance in 2010.

Chad Beck

Chad Beck

Editor and co-writer, Inside Job, 2011 Academy Award winner for Best Documentary; No End in Sight (2009 Oscar Nominee, Best Documentary), Alex Gibney's Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream, and Page One: Inside the New York Times, which was nominated for two Emmys (including Best Editing) in 2012.

Adam Bolt

Adam Bolt

Editor and co-writer, Inside Job, 2011 Academy Award winner for Best Documentary; editor, writer, and senior producer of Showtime’s Emmy-award-winning documentary seriesYears of Living Dangerously; editor and co-producer of the The Recruiter (HBO), which won a Columbia duPont award for excellence in broadcast journalism in 2010. 

Mollie Goldstein

Mollie Goldstein

Editor, Todd Solondz’s PalindromesWe’ll Never Have Paris, which premiered at 2014’s South by Southwest Film Festival; Bottled Up starring Melissa Leo; The Art of Getting By, which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival; and most recently Robert Edwards's second feature, When I Live My Life Over Again, starring Christopher Walken and Amber Heard.

Affonso Gonçalves

Affonso Gonçalves

Editor, Beasts of the Southern Wild (2013 Oscar Nominee, Best Picture) and Winter’s Bone (2011 Oscar Nominee, Best Picture). Other credits include: HBO's "True Detective"; Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive; and Mildred Pierce, Todd Haynes’ acclaimed HBO mini series staring Kate Winslet that won two Primetime Emmys.

Malcolm Jamieson

Malcolm Jamieson

Editor, Emmy-winning series "Mad Men"; Netflix series "Marco Polo"; Showtime series "Nurse Jackie"; HBO’s "Treme"; and the pilot of "Damages". His feature credits include Down to the Bone, featuring Vera Farmiga, and Series 7, which played in competition at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival.

Cindy Lee

Cindy Lee

Nominated for a 2014 Independent Spirit Award for Best Editing on Una Noche. Her other credits include No End In Sight (2008 Oscar Nominee, Best Documentary), Hot Coffee (HBO); and Showtime’s Emmy-Award-Winning documentary series Years of Living Dangerously.

Alan Oxman

Alan Oxman

Post-production supervisor on Inside Job (Academy Award for Best Documentary 2011) and producer on Hot Coffee (Sundance 2011, HBO Summer Doc Series). His editing credits include Welcome to the Dollhouse (Grand Jury Prize, Sundance Film Festival), Happiness (International Critic’s Award, Cannes Film Festival) and Storytelling (Cannes Film Festival), all for director Todd Solondz.

Geoffrey Richman

Geoffrey Richman

Editor, Murderball, Sicko, The Cove - the 2006, 2008, and 2010 Academy Award nominees for Best Feature Documentary, and Time Freak - the 2012 Academy Award nominee for Best Short Film (Live Action). Other credits include: God Grew Tired of Us; 21 Up America; The Order of Myths; Peter and Vandy; The Virginity Hit; Wainy Days; and Sleepwalk With Me.