Alyse Ardell Spiegel

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Alyse Ardell Spiegel "has worked in documentary and commercial film editing for the past five years on projects including feature documentaries, television series, advertising and groundbreaking web content.

"Prior to her work on Crude, she has served as Associate Editor on VH-1’s multi-part series The Drug Years and And You Don’t Stop: 30 Years of Hip Hop with renowned documentarians Hart & Dana Perry. She worked as assistant editor on numerous projects including The History Channel’s Emmy Award-winning 10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America and The Exonerated, director Bob Balaban’s television adaptation of the critically acclaimed stage play which followed the lives of recently released prisoners after serving sentences for crimes they didn’t commit.

"As an editor, Spiegel’s work has appeared as part of the Emmy-nominated PSA’s for Bono’s ONE campaign to end poverty and the Clio Award-winning web documentary series Ford Bold Moves, which chronicled the effort to turn around the Ford Motor Company.

"Alyse began her editing career after living in Cuba and being inspired by Cuban cinema. Fluent in Spanish, Spiegel has traveled extensively in Latin America and brings her passion for the culture and people of that region to her work on this project." [1]

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  1. Filmmakers, Crude, accessed November 3, 2009.