Wendy Greene Bricmont

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Gwendolyn "Wendy" Greene Bricmont (born July 8, 1949 ) is an American film editor .


After studying English, theater and film at Oberlin College , Wendy Greene Bricmont began her career with a New York company that specialized in the editing of television programs, documentaries and films. So it was the television drama Bernice Bobs Her Hair , on which she first worked as an assistant editor under Ralph Rosenblum . Just one year later led them on an equal footing with him the Editor of Woody Allen's The City Euro sufferers from. Both Rosenblum and Bricmont received the BAFTA Award for the best cut . More films were to follow in which Bricmont worked as co-editor, before she edited Love Letters , a thriller starring Jamie Lee Curtis in the lead role, for the first time in 1984 .

She has been working with the Czech director Ivan Reitman for many years since 1990. So she not only cut Kindergarten Cop , Junior and One Father Too Many for him , but also Six Days, Seven Nights , Evolution and The Super Ex . She always did this at the side of the multiple Oscar nominee US editor Sheldon Kahn .

Wendy Greene Bricmont is a member of the American Cinema Editors .

Filmography (selection)



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Individual evidence

  1. Wendy Greene Bricmont at filmstarts.de
  2. linkedin.com
  3. a b foxmovies.com ( Memento from February 21, 2011 in the Internet Archive )
  4. ↑ List of members of the American Cinema Editors in (English) , accessed on October 19, 2018.