Rough Cut Editor
Emma Rose is a native Cantabrigian who cut her post-production teeth on the erudite feature film, "Ted" directed by Seth MacFarlane. Leaping from R-rated comedy to Disney, she went on to work on "Maleficent" starring Angelina Jolie. Eager to experience first-hand the doom-and-gloom spread by The Jim Henson Company, she worked as an assistant editor on an animated series for pre-schoolers, "Dinosaur Train," and then just to add some levity to her life, she co-edited a SyFy thriller "Finders Keepers." She quickly found that until music is added, horror films aren't so scary after all.
She worked as an assistant editor to an Academy Award-nominated editor on Diego Luna's "Mr. Pig," and returned to Boston to work on an feature film directed by a Boston-area physician starring Martin Landau. She became a member of the Motion Picture Editors Guild this past winter.
Prior to working in the entertainment industry, she wrote obituaries for the Boston Globe for a decade, and worked as a sitcom writer in Moscow, Russia. She was the weekend Moscow correspondent for Voice of America, and appeared as a news reporter in the dystopian thriller film "Branded."
For fun, she figure skates, sings in local choirs and begs her colleagues to join her in playing soccer at the neighboring field.