Julie Sloane

Teacher; Academic Director

Photo of Professor Julie Sloane.

Julie Sloane has edited a wide variety of film and television ranging from feature-length documentaries and dramatic films to CBS TV local news. Dramatic films include ANNA (1987) directed by Yurek Bogayevich, starring Sally Kirkland & Paulina Porizkova, Academy Award Nomination for Best Actress, and MANDY'S GRANDMOTHER (1979) directed by Andrew Sugerman, starring Maureen O'Sullivan & Kathryn Walker, Academy Award Nomination for Best Dramatic Short Subject. Documentaries include CONVERSATIONS WITH WILLARD VAN DYKE (1981) produced & directed by Amalie R. Rothschild, and THE DUTCH CONNECTION (1982) directed by George Sluizer, a coproduction of PBS and NOS-TV, Holland. She has edited over 15 documentaries for Michael Blackwood Productions including MUSICAL OUTSIDERS: AN AMERICAN LEGACY (1994), STEVEN HOLL: THE BODY IN SPACE (1998), BALANCHINE LIVES! (1997), and FRANK GEHRY: AN ARCHITECTURE OF JOY (2000).   Her most recent documentary work includes CHOPIN'S AFTERLIFE (2006) produced & directed by Ophra Yerushalmi, and BARACK OBAMA: MADE IN HAWAII (work-in-progress) produced and directed by Gloria Borland, on which she is serving as writer and editorial consultant.


Intermediate Editing Workshop
Sight & Sound Documentary


B.A. Douglass College, Rutgers University (1968)