OLLIE HUDDLESTON, Film Editor, United Kingdom

Ollie Huddleston is an award-winning film editor with 30 years of experience working in TV and cinema documentaries. He has been nominated twice for a BAFTA and has won two Royal Television Society awards for Editing.

His unique observational style has led to collaborations with some of documentary films’ leading lights Kim Longinotto, Adam Curtis, Sean McAllister, Angus Macqueen and Leo Regan.

The films ‘Sisters in Law’, ‘Hold Me Tight’, ‘Let me go’, ‘The Liberace of Baghdad’, ‘Rough Aunties’ and ‘Dreamcatcher’ received prizes all over the world, including at Cannes, IDFA and Sundance film festivals.

Huddleston has also worked as edit consultant on many award-winning feature documentaries besides taking part in edit workshops and masterclasses around the world.

His most recent feature documentaries include ‘Shooting the Mafia’ which premiered at Sundance, ‘Maya’ and ‘In the Court of the Crimson King.’

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