|Born||1975 (age 43–44)|
Daniel Rezende (born 1975) is a Brazilian film editor and director. He won the BAFTA Award for Best Editing for his work on the 2002 film City of God and was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Film Editing for the same film. In a 2003 interview to Channel 4, Rezende has described the editing process of City of God, saying he tried to "provoke differing sensations in each of the film's phases". In addition to the international nominations and awards received for City of God, Rezende's editing has frequently been recognized by regional awards in his native Brazil and in Argentina. Rezende has also given a master editing class at the prestigious international film school EICTV in 2011.
- 2002 - Armas e Paz (Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas)
- 2002 - City of God (Fernando Meirelles)
- 2003 - Narradores de Javé (Eliane Caffé)
- 2004 - The Motorcycle Diaries (Walter Salles)
- 2005 - Dark Water (Walter Salles)
- 2006 - The Year My Parents Went on Vacation (Cao Hamburger)
- 2007 - Elite Squad (José Padilha)
- 2007 - City of Men (Paulo Morelli)
- 2008 - Blindness (Fernando Meirelles)
- 2010 - As Melhores Coisas do Mundo (Laís Bodanzky)
- 2010 - Elite Squad: The Enemy Within (José Padilha)
- 2011 - The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick)
- 2011 - 360 (Fernando Meirelles)
- 2014 - RoboCop (José Padilha)
- 2018 - Entebbe (José Padilha)
- "Daniel Rezende on City of God", webpage from the Film4 website; retrieved June 11, 2008.
- "'Bingo – O rei das manhãs' recria a vida 'mucho loca' do ator por trás do Bozo", webpage from the Brazilian newspaper O Globo; retrieved August 27, 2017.
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