Sara Schultz is a film and television editor based in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated from the Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema with an MFA in video editing in 2019. During that time she worked in the post production department of Amazon Studios’ The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and edited many short films. A few of them, including Parachute and Ahora Que Te Has Ido, have screened at film festivals across the United States. Her most recent credits include Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story and ABC’s For Life. Schultz is a proud granddaughter of Puerto Rican migrants and believes their experiences inspired her to become a visual storyteller. She’s now a Film Independent editing fellow and assistant editor with JAX Media.  

Bilingual English/Spanish.

I'm inspired by:
Lynne Ramsay, Andrea Arnold, Jane Campion, Charlie Kaufman, Kathleen Collins, Wong Kar-Wai, Barry Jenkins, F.W. Murnau, Michel Chion, The LES Tenement Museum, Martine Franck, Larry Towell, Josef Koudelka, Ruth Ozeki, Jenny Zhang, Colson Whitehead, Fiona Apple, The Bags, Julia De Burgos, Lord of the Rings, Animorphs.