Editor, Anne Flatte'
Anne is a film director, producer, and editor of acclaimed documentary films that explore human connection, art and culture. Directing credits include River City Drumbeat (2020 New York Times Critic’s Pick, PBS National Broadcast, Festivals), the Emmy nominated Symphony for Nature (2019 Festivals, PBS National Broadcast) and the web series Music Makes A City Now (YouTube, PBS.org). Anne is a producer of the feature documentary Serenade for Haiti (2016 Festivals). She co-produced and edited the feature documentary Music Makes A City (2012 Gramophone Award winner, 2014 PBS National Broadcast). Her editing work includes Monumental: David Brower’s Fight for Wild America (2004), What Do You Believe? (2003), Daughters and Sons: Preventing Child Trafficking in the Golden Triangle (2005), and Devil’s Teeth (2004). Flatté earned an M.A. in documentary film from Stanford, where she directed the shorts Interlove Story (SF Jewish Film Festival) and Body of Tradition (New Jewish Cinema Prize winner).
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