YVETTE WOJCIECHOWSKI • EDITOR AVID • FINAL CUT PRO • PREMIERE 917-887-1550

YVETTE WOJCIECHOWSKI • EDITOR
AVID • FINAL CUT PRO • PREMIERE
917-887-1550
[email protected]
Non-Fiction Television
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TLC - I Found the Gown. Half Yard Productions. 2014.
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Hulu - More: All My Children/One Life to Live. Prospect Park Productions. 2013.
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A&E - Biography: Jackson 5. Mark Mark Productions. 2010.
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TLC - Best Food Ever. Top 10 food show. Hoff Productions. 2010.
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IFC Channel - SXSW Festival. A look back at the last two SXSW Festivals. IFC Channel. Directed by Michelle Goeke.
2010
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IFC Channel - Toronto Film Festival. Various festival events and premieres. IFC Channel. Directed by Suzanne Fagel
& Rachel Linhart. 2009.
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IFC Channel - Tribeca Film Festival. Various festival events. premieres and wrap-up. IFC Channel. Directed by
Suzanne Fagel & Rachel Linhart. 2008.
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IFC Channel - Ghetto Film School. Portrait of a teenage film school in the South Bronx. IFC Channel. Directed by
Michelle Goeke. 2008.
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The History Channel - The 9/11 Commission Report. Edited segment of two-hour special on the seminal book. CBS
News Productions. 2004.
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TLC - A Baby Story. Edited eight episodes of this on-going Emmy-award winning verité-style series about couples
having babies. True Entertainment. 2003-2004.
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The History Channel - Big Deals. Documentary series examining some of the landmark business deals in U.S.
history. Editor on an hour that featured stories on Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz’s contract with CBS and Microsoft’s deal
with IBM. Atlas Media Corporation. 2002.
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Bravo Profile: Geena Davis. Biography series chronicling actors’ creative journeys. Kralyevich Productions Inc. 2002.
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Discovery Health - Medical Profile: Sarah Ferguson. Premiere episode of a new biography series examining how
notable figures have coped with health crises. Kralyevich Productions Inc. 2002.
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Lifetime Television - Intimate Portraits. One-hour biographies of high-profile women directed by Lee Grant. Portraits
include Elizabeth Taylor, Lee Grant, Jamie Lee Curtis, Madeline Kahn, Marlo Thomas, Kim Cattrall, Vicki Lawrence,
Florence Griffith Joyner, Linda Dano, and Holly Robinson Peete. Feury/Grant Entertainment. 1999-2003.
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The History Channel - What Happened After? Senior Editor on four-hour documentary series exploring seminal
events in history and how they altered the lives of people involved. Established visual style and edited full hour on the
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Manson Family Murders, plus segments on The Baby Jessica Story, The Titanic, Shackleton’s Antarctic Expedition, and
Woodstock. Supervised on-line process. Atlas Media Corporation. 2001.
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The Travel Channel - Freaky Foods. Portrait of a fast food restaurant in Michigan serving muskrat. On-lined the full
hour. Atlas Media Corporation. 2001.
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The Travel Channel - Extreme Festivals. Portrait of an annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota. On-lined the
full hour. Atlas Media Corporation. 2001.
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The Travel Channel - Really Wild Towns. Portrait of a snake-charming village in remote India. On-lined the full hour.
Atlas Media Corporation. 2001.
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HBO - Drinking Apart. Associate Editor on this verité-style documentary executive-produced by Sheila Nevins. Following three alcoholic families, this film explores the relationships between their individual alcoholic situations and a
unique therapeutic process. Directed by Kenneth Paul Rosenberg. 1999.
Independent Documentaries - Feature Length
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Afghan Women: A History of Struggle. Portraits of remarkable Afghan women and how their resilience and
resistance reflect the recent history of Afghanistan during a quarter-century of cataclysm. Directed by Kathleen Foster.
2007.
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The Aggressives. Character-driven documentary on a subculture of New York City lesbians who have boldly
appropriated a male dress code and style. Directed by Daniel Peddle. 2004. Had a theatrical run and is distributed by
7th Art Releasing. *Winner: Best Documentary Jury Award (Seattle Lesbian/Gay FF 2006, Providence Lesbian/Gay FF
2006), Best Documentary Audience Award (Philadelphia Gay/Lesbian FF 2006) plus others.
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Point of Attack. Political/social documentary chronicling the post-9/11 racial profiling, large-scale roundups,
detentions, and mass deportations of Arab, Muslim, and South Asian men as part of the U.S. government’s “War on
Terrorism.” Directed by Kathleen Foster. 2004. Distributed by Cinema Guild. *Winner: Best Documentary Runner-up,
Moondance Film Festival 2004*
Documentaries - Short Subject
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American Museum of Natural History - The Invasion: A Case Study on the Hudson River. Chronicling a 20 year
ecological invasion of the zebra mussel in the Hudson River. Directed by Sandya Viswanathan. 2010. •
American Museum of Natural History - Malaria: Natural Selection and New Medicine. HD Exhibition hall video on
how genetics affect natural selection. Directed by Vivian Trakinski. 2010.
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American Museum of Natural History - Our Expanding Universe. HD Exhibition hall video on what may be causing
the expansion of the universe to accelerate. Directed by Tania Van Bergen. 2010.
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American Museum of Natural History - SALT: Imaging the Southern Sky. HD Exhibition hall video on the SALT
Telescope in South Africa. Directed by Vivian Trakinski. 2008.
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The Guardian UK website - Super Tuesday pieces. NYC firefighters protest Guiliani campaigning in Florida; the subprime mortgage crisis in Stockton, CA. Directed by Kate O'Callaghan & Patrick Farrelly. 2008.
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Sugar Daddies. Prostitution among schoolgirls in Malawi. Directed by Kate Kenny. 2007.
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Asian Stories. The impact of 9/11 on various Asian communities in New York City. Directed by Renata Huang. 2002.
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At the Edge of Sufficient. Verité-style visual grant proposal on the struggles of the Humla ethnic population in Nepal.
Directed by Julie Bridgham. 2001.
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Room Tone. Rickie Lee Jones in her recording studio. Directed by Darryl Turner. Produced by Hilton Als. 2000.
Planetarium Space Show
Journey to the Stars
Space Show at the NYC American Museum of Natural History. 2010.
Showing at planetariums across the U.S. www.amnh.org/stars
Visual Effects Editor
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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. VFX editor at Framestore. Feature film directed by Ben Stiller. 2013.
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Inside Llewyn Davis. VFX editor at Framestore. Feature film directed by The Coen Brothers. 2012.
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Not Fade Away. VFX editor at Framestore. Feature directorial debut from Sopranos creator David Chase. 2011-12.
Fiction
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In the Family Way. When Belinda returns home from life in the city, her hidden pregnancy threatens the fragile web of
lies she’d told the family. Directed by Rachel Gordon. 2012.
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Wilderness. Robert, 40, followed by an impatient angel, is reticent from the start to live his first of many lives and is
stuck on the fifth of six steps needed to complete his life. 20 min. Directed by Amy Neswald. 2007.
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Mandela Was Late. Nelson Mandela is late visiting his parole officer. 9 min. Directed by Jeffrey Mehlman. 2005.
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Exhibit 42. Super-16mm film about a man “tempted” by an art gallery installation. 12 min. Directed by Glenn Komsky. *Winner Best Short Film at Sedona Film Festival*. 2004.
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Tata. A woman has a second chance at a conversation with her deceased father and what he teaches her about love. 22 min. Directed by Agna Ostoya. 2000.
Miscellaneous
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Secret Sunshine for The Criterion Collection. Director Chang-dong Lee interview for the DVD release of the film.
2011.
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Double Life of Veronique for The Criterion Collection. Composer Zbigniew Preisner’s interview for the DVD release
of the film. Edited entirely in Polish. 2006.
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Transformational Learning for The Newfield Network. Executive life coach Julio Olalla teaches life-changing
principles during a Newfield conference in this instructional video. Alchemy Films. 2006.
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Funniest Mom in America for tvland.com. Short-format web segments for the reality TV series uploaded to the
[email protected] website. Rik Pix. 2006.
Additional Information, Skills, and Interests
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Education:
Master of Arts, Visual & Urban Anthropology, San Francisco State University, CA
Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, CA
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Founder and president of Women in Production (wipnyc.com), a New York City-based networking organization for
over 800 women in film and television production, founded in 1999. Website launched in 2010.
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Tutor of Avid and Final Cut Pro
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Independent documentary editorial consultant
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Archival footage and photo research and rate negotiation4
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On-line editing and conforming (SD and HD), basic sound design and mix, consolidating media, OMF exports, and
color correcting using vectorscopes and waveform monitors
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Languages: Fluent in Polish, a basic knowledge of Modern Greek and Spanish
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Obsessions: Travel, Hiking, Tennis and Cuban-style Salsa dancing
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