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Katie Bryer

Film Editor
Katie is a drama and documentary editor who has worked on many award-winning feature films, short films and series.

Her credits include:

'Maiden’, about the first ever all-female crew to take part in the Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race,
 Academy Award shortlisted, BAFTA nominated and winner of the National Board of Review Best Documentary. 
It was one of the top grossing documentaries of 2019.

'The Contestant', directed by Clair Titley, is the incredible true story of a man who lived for 15 months trapped inside a small room, naked, starving and alone... and completely unaware that his life was being broadcast on national TV to over 17 million viewers a week. It had its world premiere at the 2023 Toronto International Film Festival. In November 2023, Hulu acquired U.S. distribution rights to the documentary.

Virunga’, directed by Orlando von Einsiedel & produced by Joanna Natasegara - Academy Award nominated, Emmy nominated and BAFTA nominated.


'You Are Not Alone: Fighting the Wolf Pack', directed by Robert Bahar and Almudena Carracedo (directors of Goya, Emmy and Peabody award winning, 'The Silence of Others'). Produced in secret, this documentary is a riveting and incisive deconstruction of the case that led to Spain’s first #MeToo reckoning and resonated across Latin America. It was in Netflix's top ten most watched films for several weeks in early 2024.

Superbob’, a rom-com directed by Jon Drever, written by and starring Emmy award winning Brett Goldstein (Ted Lasso, Shrinking). The film was described as a 'modern romantic classic' by Ricky Gervais.

Bruce Lee & The Outlaw’, a film built from footage shot by the photographer Joost Vandebrug over the course of 8 years. It received 5 stars in the Guardian and continues to win awards across the world.

'Lost and Found’ and ‘Into the Fire’, short films directed by Orlando von Einsiedel for Nat Geo - Emmy and Grierson nominations.

Sophie: A Murder in West Cork’, Netflix series, which the Guardian described as ‘​​a sensitive and moving attempt to sketch the outlines of horror and grief’.

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