Sloane Klevin has been an editor of films, television, commercials, music videos and trailers for 20 years. Taxi to the Dark Side, which she edited and also co-produced, won Klevin an Emmy for Best Documentary. It also won the 2008 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, the WGA Award for Best Doc Screenplay, a Peabody Award and the documentary jury prizes at the Tribeca, Chicago, Newport and Ojai film festivals. Her other feature film credits include Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God which won the 2013 Emmy Award for Outstanding Picture Editing for Non-Fiction Programming and the Peabody Award and Freakonomics, for which she edited segments for directors Alex Gibney, Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady.
Klevin’s other long-form credits include Just Like the Son, Merchant Ivory’s Heights, Pumpkin starring Christina Ricci, 2002 Sundance Audience Award Winner Real Women Have Curves, and Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues for PBS. Sloane is a partner and editor at Union Editorial, a commercial post-production company with offices in New York and Los Angeles and she is an Adjunct Professor of Film Editing at Columbia University. She is also active on the advisory board of the Educational Video Center, which teaches inner-city youth the art and craft of documentary filmmaking. Sloane has served on the jury of the Woodstock Film Festival several times and in addition to the Sundance Film Festival Documentary Jury.
THE MAN WHO PLAYED BILL COSBY - Directed by Jamey Phillips
X/Y - Directed by Ryan Piers Williams
MEA MAXIMA CULPA: SILENCE IN THE HOUSE OF GOD - Directed by Alex Gibney
FREAKONOMICS - Directed by Alex Gibney, Heidi Ewing, Rachel Grady
CANTEBURY'S LAW - Directed by Mike Figgis - Pilot
TAXI TO THE DARK SIDE - Directed by Alex Gibney
JUST LIKE THE SON - Directed by Morgan J. Freeman
Won, Primetime Emmy: Outstanding Picture Editing for Nonfiction Programming - Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God
2010 - present
2010 - present