Zach Wolf

Zach Wolf was born and raised on the Upper West Side in New York City. Growing up playing soccer with kids from numerous countries and backgrounds stoked his desire to travel and experience different cultures, communicating through the universal language of soccer. After graduating from New York University Tisch School of Film and TV, Wolf pursued his love of filmmaking through editing, something he observed first-hand watching his father splice film. Wolf has worked on many feature films, including The Woman in the Window, BlackKklansman, and The Big Sick. He’s edited various shorts highlighted by the Funny or Die video “What’s Next for Jack Antonoff,” directed by Mike Birbiglia and the innovative “Vice News Tonight” for HBO. In between feature films, Wolf has made numerous short documentaries about outsiders and self-taught artists, an interest he developed at a very young age. He is the co-director of The Dukha (Mountainfilm 2023).

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