Juli Vizza is an award-winning editor and producer with two decades of experience in both fiction and non-fiction filmmaking. Their films have premiered at the world’s top film festivals, including Sundance, Berlin, and Tribeca and have aired on PBS, Showtime, and The History Channel. They received an Emmy Award for editing on the 2002 Winter Olympics for NBC.
They are currently editing AND SHE COULD BE NEXT, a 3-part series about women of color running for office in the 2016 midterms and the New American Majority fueling their campaigns. Juli is also the editor and producer of DREAMS OF DARAA, a feature documentary exploring the Syrian conflict through the story of a young mother named Hanadi.
Recently, Juli edited THE WORLDS OF URSULA K. LE GUIN (American Masters, August 2019) and CIRCLES (Hot Docs 2018). They co-produced and edited XMAS WITHOUT CHINA (SXSW 2013, PBS) and produced NINE TO NINETY (HotDocs 2015, PBS) which was nominated for an IDA Award.
Prior to their work in documentary editing, Juli worked at Sony Pictures Entertainment, where they edited global publicity segments for big-budget movies including THE DA VINCI CODE and QUANTUM OF SOLACE.