Announcing the Narrative Teachers for our June Six-Week Class

We are very excited to announce that Kate Sanford and Marc Vives will be teaching the narrative section of our June/July 2016 Six-Week Art of Editing class!

Kate Sanford is an award-winning feature film and television editor with over 20 years of experience. She’s won two American Cinema Editors awards for her work on "The Wire" and "Treme". She also edited HBO’s Golden Globe-winning series "Boardwalk Empire". Her feature film credits include Outside Providence, O, and Brooklyn Rules. Kate just finished editing the first season of Martin Scorsese’s critically acclaimed series "Vinyl".

Marc Vives is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and has been a film editor since 2006. To date he has edited 13 feature films, encompassing fiction, non-fiction, and hybrid works. In 2013 he was co-nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Editing for Jem Cohen’s Museum Hours. Other credits include The Adderall Diaries starring Amber Heard, James Franco, and Ed Harris and the upcoming sci-fi thriller Approaching the Unknown, with Mark Strong and Luke Wilson. He's been an editor at the Sundance Director's Lab and has served as an editing mentor for IFP’s Narrative Independent Filmmaker Lab for the last four years. He lives with his wife, daughter, and cat in Brooklyn.