Brett W. Bachman.



Brett W. Bachman


Brett W. Bachman is a film editor with titles that have premiered at Sundance, TIFF, SXSW, and Cannes. He's also brought his talents to the small screen with numerous television and commercial projects.   
Recent & upcoming titles include: The Fall of the House of Usher, a Netflix limited series based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe from Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House); The Toxic Avenger, a reimagining of the Troma cult classic from director Macon Blair and Legendary; Next Exit, a genre-defying ghost story from writer/director Mali Elfman; and Pig, the critically acclaimed Nicolas Cage drama directed by Michael Sarnoski. 
Other recent titles include Mandy, Werewolves Within, Color Out of Space, The Vigil, Daniel Isn’t Real, Lowlife, and Cooties.
Bachman found his love of editing in his formative years, developing a passion for storytelling through three self-produced feature documentaries when he was just 19. At 22 years old, he was one of the youngest members of his AFI Conservatory editing program. Since then he's nurtured his love of filmmaking with a wide array of eclectic projects as an Editor, Associate Producer, and Executive Producer. He is a member of IATSE 700 and is represented by UTA. 




Podcast - In Love With The Process

Episode 88 | Film Editing: Mandy (Guest Brett W. Bachman)

"Mandy. If you listen to this show, you're probably as obsessed with that film as we are, and if you aren't: stop what you're doing. Go watch it right now. Once you've seen Nic Cage in an acid-induced chainsaw fight, I'm betting you'll feel the same way we do. The whole film has such a unique voice, and it's clear that this was purposely created by the director and editor. Host Mike Pecci has admitted that this podcast is an excuse for him to talk to people he'd love to work with, and when you add in the fact that we haven't had an episode focused on editing, our guest, Brett Bachman, was the obvious choice. In addition to Mandy, Brett has edited other ILWP favorites like Color Out of Space and Daniel Isn't Real. If you're as big of a fan of these films as we are, this conversation between Mike and Brett is just everything you could want."

Podcast - Unexpected Themes and Intensities

Episode 48 | Colin Stetson & Brett Bachman



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