Ricardo Miranda edt. Award – Invention Editing (short and feature)

For the third consecutive year, edt. – Audiovisual Editing Professionals Association of Rio de Janeiro – will award the editing of films of the Directors’ Week. The award was created in 2014 as a tribute to Ricardo Miranda, who was not only a great editor and teacher, but also a master for numerous professionals who continue to develop his ideas on film editing. Reflecting on this important stage on the making of a film, edt. will have this year a jury consisting of Natara Ney, Karen Akerman and Rodrigo Lima.

Natara Ney

She graduated in journalism from PUC-PE and began her career editing TV programs. She moved to Rio in 1993, where she works as an editor. Among her most prominent works are: Tainá: The Origin and Desenrola, by Rosane Svartman; O mistério do samba, by Lula Buarque de Hollanda and Carolina Jabor; and Separations, by Domingo de Oliveira; as well as TV series Oh My God! Again?, by Monique Gardenberg. She also edited the documentary Divine Divas, winner of the audience award at the Rio Film Festival 2016.


Karen Akerman

She is an editor and director. Alongside Miguel Seara Lopes, she directed Fire (2011), October Is Over (2015), Maybe Desert Perhaps Universe (2016) and Confident (2016). As an editor, she worked in over 40 films (among features and shorts). Her works were screened and awarded at festivals such as Locarno, Toronto, Rotterdam, San Sebastian, Havana, Cinéma du Réel, Visions du Réel, DocLisboa, IndieLisboa, Tiradentes, Rio, and many others.


Rodrigo Lima

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Rodrigo Lima is an editor and director. He edited Cleopatra, The Herb of the Rat, Sentimental Education, Kid and Beduino, by Julio Bressane; Light in Darkness, by Helena Ignez; Belair, by Noa Bressane and Bruno Safadi; and Oblivious Memory, by Ruy Guerra; among others. In 2009, he directed the short film Para Eva, which had a special broadcast at the Fuori Orari program of Italian TV channel RAI. The Mirror, his first feature, had its world premiere at the Locarno Film Festival, in 2015, and received a special mention from the competition jury at the FILMADRID 2016.