Seth Anderson has edited feature length and short films to much acclaim. His work as editor on “Speed
for Thespians” helped earn the film an Academy Award nomination in the Best Short Film category. He edited “Gina,
an Actress Age 29,” which won Best Short Film at the Sundance Film Festival in 2001. The feature “Double Parked,”
also cut by Anderson, won the Moviemaker Breakthrough Award at the Slamdance Film Festival in 2000. He started his career
working for Hal Hartley’s company Spin Cycle Post working on the features “The Book of Life” and “Henry
Fool” and editing Hartley’s short “The Other Also.” More recently, Anderson edited the features "Mercy"
for Netflix, “Bitter Feast,” “Snipes,” and ”Paper Soldiers” for Universal Pictures, and
“The Last Rites of Joe May.” He has also edited television, including series for NBC, Bravo, HGTV, Discovery,
and TLC. A graduate of NYU, Anderson’s first film job was working as an apprentice editor for Ang Lee on “Sense
He lives in the New York City area.