Anne Barliant

Biography

Anne’s film career began in 2005 when she edited two short films by the photographer Danny Lyon, Five Days and Murderers. In 2007 she joined the award-winning team at Ironbound Films and edited the Emmy nominated films The Linguists (Sundance, 2008) and The New Recruits. She has been an editor on several television projects including ESPN’s 30 for 30: Fernando Nation, Travel Channel’s Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations and Robert Redford’s CNN series Chicagoland. Chicagoland was directed by Marc Levin and was nominated for an IDA limited series award. She collaborated with Natalie Merchant for an online series on Leave Your Sleep, a multidisciplinary project that introduces children to poetry through music. Her most recent project is Sporting Dreams, an Al Jazeera America film directed by Academy Award winner Leon Gast. Beyond the End of the World is her directorial debut.