Anne is an award-winning film editor with over 15 years of experience in long and short-form documentaries which have covered very diverse topics such as female Resistance fighters during WWII, voting rights, Brazilian soccer and the music of Charlie Chaplin.
Drawn to intimate, emotional stories about the human experience, she is passionate about storytelling and all aspects of editing.
Most recently she edited "Extremism in America" in partnership with WNET's Exploring Hate initiative. Other credits include “Facing Eviction” for WGBH's Frontline, “Bearing the Burden: Black Mothers in America” in partnership with The New Yorker, which received the Breaking Barriers Award from the Institute for Nonprofit News and “The Burning Bed”, which screened at the Double Exposure Film Festival, AmDocs, the LA Short Film Festival and won a Telly Award in the Social Issues category.
Anne’s work has been featured on Independent Lens, American Experience, NBC, TV One, France 2, Globo, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Criterion Channel, WITNESS, DocNYC and many other international film festivals.
She grew up in France and holds a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She is fluent in French, Portuguese and Spanish.