Sabine Krayenbühl is an award-winning filmmaker with over twenty theatrical documentaries and narrative features to her credit. She co-directed and edited the NEH-supported documentary LETTERS FROM BAGHDAD, which showed in the US in over 70 venues and was broadcast on PBS, ARTE and the BBC. Editing work includes the Academy Award-nominated feature documentary MY ARCHITECT: A SON'S JOURNEY, for which the American Cinema Editors nominated her for an Eddie Award; and the highly popular documentaries MAD HOT BALLROOM; THE BRIDGE; MY REINCARNATION; PICASSO AND BRAQUE GO TO THE MOVIES (produced by Robert Greenhut and Martin Scorsese); and most recently HBO’s THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING. She has been a consultant to documentarians on the art of the edit, served on numerous panels and taught classes at NYU, Columbia University and the New School for Social Research. Krayenbühl has also served on the editing jury of the Woodstock International Film Festival and has a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.