Announcing the Narrative and Documentary Teachers for Our October/November Six-Week Class

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We're happy to announce that Betsy Kagen and Èlia Gasull Balada will be teaching our October/November 2018 Six-Week class!

Betsy Kagen is a narrative and documentary film editor. Her most recent credits include Who We Are Now, which premiered at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival (starring Julianne Nicholson, Emma Roberts, Jimmy Smits, and Zachary Quinto); The King (directed by Eugene Jarecki), which premiered at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival; My Art (starring Laurie Simmons, Robert Clohessy, John Rothman, Blair Brown, Parker Posey, and Lena Dunham), which premiered at the 2016 Venice Film Festival; and All This Panic, a documentary which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca film festival. Betsy is currently editing director Adam Leon's upcoming film starring Vanessa Kirby and Maya Hawke.


Èlia Gasull Balada is an editor with experience in narrative and documentary features, film and television. She is based in New York with extensive experience as an editor and post-production supervisor in Spain. Her credits as an editor include The King and Icaros: A Vision (which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival). Previously, Èlia edited the documentary Man of the Monkey, which was part of the 2014 IFP Documentary Labs and was also awarded the Heineken VOCES Grant from Tribeca Film Institute's Latin American Media Arts Fund. She is currently working on a feature documentary about Halston, the American fashion designer, directed by Frédérich Tcheng (Dior and I) and will be released in 2019.