Anna Dick is an editor who is passionately involved in the different processes of storytelling through both drama and documentary work. Born in Switzerland but based in London since 1998, she is fluent in French and English and has worked on bilingual projects such as Dirty Weekend. She has recently edited Gone too Far, Destiny Ekaragha’s first feature, who was nominated for Best Newcomer at the London Film Festival 2013. Anna obtained her MA in Editing at the National Film and Television School and has since broadened her knowledge and gained considerable experience working on a wide variety of projects including major feature film releases. She has assisted renowned editor Emma E. Hickox on the films ‘The Boat That Rocked’, ‘St Trinian’s II: The Legend Of Fritton’s Gold’ and ‘Worried About the Boy’ for the BBC. She strongly believes in an exchange of ideas as part of the collaborative process of the cutting room and is dedicated to bringing out the best in every film she works on. Anna is currently working on a feature documentary about an English orphan from the home counties on his quest to become the world’s greatest Iggy Pop fan.
Editor - Freelance
Jan 2005 - Present
Editing - MA - National Film and Television School
Jan 2003 - Jan 2005
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