Editor Amy Linton has worked on dozens of documentaries, feature films and music videos in her 25-year editing career, including Julie Dash’s landmark film, DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST, a Sundance winner which had the honor of being selected for the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry in 2004. Amy continued her collaboration with Julie Dash on projects for Showtime and PBS. Other credits include GOIN’ TO CHICAGO, THE ADVENTURES OF OCIEE NASH, Academy Award nominee BUILDING BOMBS, David Zeiger’s P.O.V. film, THE BAND, and Clint Eastwood’s Emmy-nominated documentary, JOHNNY MERCER: THE DREAM’S ON ME.
She has worked with Peter Miller as editor of THE INTERNATIONALE, editor and producer of SACCO AND VANZETTI, and editor and associate producer of JEWS AND BASEBALL, which won the editing award at the Breckenridge Festival of Film. A.K.A DOC POMUS continues her collaboration with Peter Miller and JEWS AND BASEBALL producer, Will Hechter. An avid music lover, Amy has enjoyed exploring the richly diverse musical world of Doc Pomus.