Documentary film editors work through hundreds of hours of footage and materials to shape a ninety-minute feature. In this panel, a selection of esteemed editors talk about their art and how the approach to cutting interview, vérité, and archival content distinguishes a film.

Panelists include: Matthew Hamachek, editor (GIDEON’S ARMY, IF A TREE FALLS, RACING DREAMS); Amy Linton, editor (A.K.A. DOC POMUS, SACCO AND VANZETTI, JEWS AND BASEBALL); Sam Pollard, editor (VENUS AND SERENA, REMOTE AREA MEDICAL, THE PLEASURES OF BEING OUT OF STEP); and Penny Falk, editor (MAIDENTRIP).

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Full Frame is proud to present the A&E IndieFilms Speakeasy for the third year in 2013. The venue hosts a number of panel conversations over the course of the annual festival that are free and open to the public. The Speakeasy offers a casual, intimate setting where a small audience can listen to industry leaders take on topics that are at the heart of the documentary community today.

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