Anne-Sophie BION, A young woman Film Editor
Anne-Sophie started her career working for a TV sport channel, Eurosport, before specializing in film editing.
She first worked as Assistant Editor, notably trained by her mentor Hervé Schneid, and collaborated with more than a dozen movie directors, including Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Micmacs) and Jean-François Richet (Mesrine, Killer Instinct and Public Enemy #1).
In 2010, she worked as Film Editor on Women are Heroes, directed by JR, a French street artist. A year after, she edited The Artist directed by Michel Hazanavicius. For this movie, in 2012, she was nominated in the Best Film Editors’ category at the BAFTA, the Cesar, the ACE and the Oscars.
She was awarded an Eddie by the American Cinema Editors guild, one of the main guilds representing editors in the U.S.
She also worked as Film Editor on The War of the Buttons by Christophe Barratier, Stars 80 by Frédéric Forestier and Thomas Langmann, and in 2013 she worked on the movie Chinese puzzle directed by Cédric Klapisch, before working again with Michel Hazanavicius for The Search, a drama taking place during the second war in Chechnya.
In 2015, she worked on Emperor directed by Lee Tamahori, a well-known New-Zealand director.
During a year, with 4 different shooting sets, she worked on Back to Burgundy directed by Cedric Klapisch which has just been released in France and overseas. It was her third collaboration with Klapisch.
This year, in May 2017, Redoutable directed by Michel Hazanavicius, the last movie she has edited, was selected in competition for the 70th Cannes Film Festival.