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justin krohn a.c.e.

justin krohn, a.c.e.

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Emmy-nominated American film editor Justin Krohn, A.C.E., began his career working as an assistant editor in Los Angeles before moving to New York to work on Martin Scorsese’s Bob Dylan documentary, No Direction Home. He continued to work with Scorsese, contributing to the George Harrison documentary Living in the Material World, while also working on Michael Haneke’s U.S. remake of Funny Games and several Bruce Springsteen documentaries for Director Thom Zimny.

Returning to Los Angeles, Krohn worked as an editor on such projects as the TV series American Horror Story and Bloodline, and on the 2017 movie The Current War: The Director’s Cut. He cut director Sam Esmail’s television series, Mr. Robot, starring Rami Malek, and Homecoming starring Julia Roberts. In 2018, he was nominated for an Emmy for his work editing director David Lynch’s Twin Peaks: The Return for Showtime.

Krohn most recently edited Snack Shack directed by Adam Carter Rehmeier for Rian Johnson’s production company, T-Street, Perpetrator directed by Jennifer Reeder for Divide & Conquer, which was included in the 2023 Berlin International Film Festival’s Official Selection, and the 2022 AppleTV+ limited series WeCrashed, starring Jared Leto & Anne Hathaway.

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