Wendey Stanzler

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Wendey Stanzler
Occupation Film editor, television editor, television director
Years active 1985–present

Wendey Stanzler is an American film editor and television director.

She was co-editor and associate producer of Michael Moore's documentary Roger & Me, in 1989. She also co-edited Moore's only fiction film, Canadian Bacon (1993). Stanzler was hired as an editor for Sex and the City and went on to become a guest director during the final season of the series. Stanzler has also edited for the series, Ed and Now and Again and the romantic comedy film Gray Mattexccvvv B rs (2007), directed by Sue Kramer, starring Heather Graham, Tom Cavanagh and Bridget Moynahan.

She has directed several episodes of Grey's Anatomy, Desperate Housewives, The Middle and Ugly Betty, all on ABC as well as The Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars, Parks and Recreation among other series.[1] Stanzler was producer and director on the first season of the CW series 90210 in 2008-2009. In 2011, she directed the pilot episode of the ABC Family series The Nine Lives of Chloe King.[2] In 2015, she began directing episodes of You're the Worst in its second season and in the third season, she became a co-executive producer and directed the season's episodes with series creator Stephen Falk.

She won the American Cinema Editors' Eddie Award twice: in 2004 for the Sex in the City episode "American Girl in Paris, part 2"[3] and in 1990 for Roger and Me.[4]

In 2003 and 2004, Stanzler was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for her editing work on Sex and the City.[5]

Selected television directing credits[edit]

Television/film editing credits[edit]

  • Gray Matters (2007)
  • Ed (2000) TV Series
  • Now and Again (1999) TV Series
  • Sex and the City (1998) TV Series
    • Episode "Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda"
    • Episode "Defining Moments"
    • Episode "Just Say Yes"
    • Episode "My Motherboard, My Self"
    • Episode "Time and Punishment"
    • Episode "What's Sex Got to Do with It?"
  • Nick and Jane (1997)
  • I'm Not Rappaport (1996)
  • Canadian Bacon (1995)
  • The Pesky Suitor (1995)
  • City Arts (1994) TV Series
  • The Making of '...And God Spoke' (1993)
  • The Last Party (1993)
  • Roger & Me (1989)
  • Arrow
    • 1.12: Vertigo (2013)
    • 2.5: League of Assassins (2013)
    • 2.13: Heir to the Demon (2014)
    • 3.2: Sara (2014)
    • 3.22: This is Your Sword (2015)
    • 4.3: Restoration (2015)
    • 5.20: Underneath (2017)

The Flash

  • 1.19: Who Is Harrison Wells (2015)

This Is Us

  • 1.17: What Now? (2017)

Orange is the New Black

  • 5.11: Breaking the Fiberboard Celling (2017)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wendey Stanzler, Yahoo! TV
  2. ^ Feinberg, Daniel. "TV Review: ABC Family's 'The Nine Lives of Chloe King'". Hitfix.com. 
  3. ^ Soares, Andre (February 20, 2005). "American Cinema Editors Awards 2005". Alt Film Guide. Retrieved December 7, 2011. 
  4. ^ Awards for Wendey Stanzler, IMDb
  5. ^ "Primetime Emmy Awards and Nominations for Wendey Stanzler". Primetime Emmy® Award Database. Retrieved December 7, 2011. 

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