Editing

Lilah Bankier’s (Editor) feature credits includes “Control Room” (Jury Award 2004 Full Frame Documentary Festival, 2004 Sundance Film Festival) and “Unscrewed” (First Film Special Distinction, 2003 Montreal Film Festival, Special Jury Award, 2004 Santa Barbara Film Festival). She was an additional editor on “East This New York” and “Tadpole” (Best Directing Award, 2003 Sundance Film Festival), and the assistant editor on Gus Van Sant’s “Gerry.” Her television credits include “The Blues,” executive produced by Martin Scorsese for PBS, as well as programs for Oxygen and A&E.

In addition to “Swimmers,” Affonso Goncalves (Editor) also cut another 2005 Sundance Film Festival selection – “Forty Shades of Blue.” He has worked with producer/director Tod Williams as editor on “The Door In The Floor,” “The Adventures of Sebastian Cole” and “The Big Bend.” His other feature editing credits include Julian Goldberger's “Trans,” Hillary Birmingham's “Tully,” Doug Sadler's “Riders,” and Michael Burke's “The Mudge Boy.” He also edited the short subject “Upheaval,” for Itamar Kubovy, and “The Green Monster,” David Finn's documentary about racing legend and one-time world land-speed record-holder Art Arfons.

Susan Korda’s (Editor) first feature length film credit as editor was writer/director Al Reinert's 35mm documentary about the Apollo moon missions, “For All Mankind,” which won both Jury and Audience Awards at Sundance in 1989 and was nominated for an Academy Award in 1990. Korda has since enjoyed a successful career editing documentaries here and abroad, most recently Sandi DuBowski's “Trembling Before G-D” (Documentary Competition, Sundance 2001) about homosexual Chasidim and ultra-orthodox Jews. Korda is also a filmmaker in her own right, having made several award-winning experimental films, including “One Of Us” (1999 Berlin Film Festival). In between film projects, she teaches writing, film production, and editing in New York at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and Cooper Union, and in Cologne, Germany at the International Film School.

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