Hannah Buck is a New York-based film editor with a focus on creative non-fiction. Her background in visual arts largely informs her approach to editing. Her films have screened at festivals all over the world, including Sundance, Berlinale, CPHdox and many others.
Recent editing credits include Searchers (Sundance 2021) directed by Pacho Velez, Vision Portraits (SXSW 2019) directed by Rodney Evans, The Proposal (Tribeca 2018) directed by Jill Magid and produced by Field of Vision, Chef Flynn (Sundance 2018) directed by Cameron Yates, and Chico Colvard's Black Memorabilia (MoMA Doc Fortnight 2018).
Hannah has served as consulting editor on multiple projects, most recently The American Sector, directed by Courtney Stephens and Pacho Velez, which premiered at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival.
In 2014 Hannah was awarded a MacDowell Colony Residency Fellowship to edit Memories of a Penitent Heart (Tribeca, 2016), directed by Cecilia Aldarondo, which broadcast on POV in 2017. Earlier credits include Terence Nance's documentary series Triptych (PBS, 2015), as well as Nance's acclaimed debut feature, An Oversimplification of Her Beauty (Sundance, 2012) for which she was an animator.
Hannah has been a fellow at the Sundance Edit and Story Lab and a consultant for the Sundance Art of Non-Fiction Program. Her work has been supported by the Sundance Institute, The Jerome foundation, Women Make Movies and the Tribeca Film Fund.