Carmen Morrow

Born in Vancouver, Canada, Carmen's early years were marked by a blend of cultures, as she split her time growing up between Vancouver and Hong Kong. Her multicultural upbringing laid a foundation for her passion for storytelling and bridging cultures. After graduating from the film program at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Carmen embarked on her editing career, which took her to London, England. There, she began her apprenticeship on productions, including British feature films such as Hotel Splendide and Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. In 2005, Carmen moved to Los Angeles and since then, she has accumulated a diverse list of credits. Notably she was an editor on episodes 7 and 8 on Masters of the Air, an additional editor on The Last Word and the 1st assistant editor on Greyhound. Beyond major studio productions, she has edited independent features and shorts, such as the modern western, Mahjong in the West. In 2021, Carmen co-directed and animated, The Dukha (Mountainfilm 2023), a short film, which combines documentary-style footage and stop motion animation, portraying a day in the life of nomadic reindeer herders in Mongolia. The Dukha earned the Best Documentary Short Award at the 2021 Chicago International Children’s Film Festival. Carmen lives in Los Angeles with her dog Catherine.

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