Katie Flaxman is is an award-winning editor who has edited over 40 shorts, TV series, fiction films and documentaries in the past 15 years.
Katie has edited a number of critically acclaimed short and feature films which have screened at some of the world’s most prestigious festivals, including Sundance, Berlin, Tribeca, Tokyo, Palm Springs, Karlovy Vary, Sydney and Melbourne International Film Festivals.
Katie’s work on Damien Power’s debut feature film ‘Killing Ground’ was recently lauded by the likes of Variety and the Hollywood Reporter following the film’s international debut at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Power’s short film ‘Peekaboo’ won Katie the best editing award at Flickerfest in 2012, and was nominated for Best Editing in a short by The Australian Screen Editors’ Guild. “Florence Has Left the Building”, a short directed by Mirrah Foulkes, won the AACTA for best Live Action Short in 2015.
In 2013 Katie spent four months in Phnom Penh editing the celebrated Khmer language feature film ‘The Last Reel.’
Katie’s television work (both drama and factual) has screened nationally across all networks in Australia and also in the US.
Killing Ground will be released in Australian cinemas in August 2017.
Katie lives in Melbourne, Australia.
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