Visual Arts Past Faculty
Alan Oxman is a film editor and producer who has worked on a variety of narrative and documentary films. As a producer Alan's recent credits include A Matter of Taste which screened on HBO and was nominated for an Emmy Award and Page One: Inside the New York Times which was distributed by Magnolia Films and was also nominated for an Emmy Award. He was a producer on Edet Belzberg’s The Recruiter, which won the Peabody Award, as well as on Children Underground which won the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for an Academy Award. Alan recently served as post-production supervisor on Inside Job (Academy Award for Best Documentary, 2011) and producer on Hot Coffee (Sundance 2011, HBO Summer Doc Series). He was the co-producer and supervising editor of the Al-Jazeera documentary Control Room (Grand Jury Prize, Full Frame Film Festival). His editing credits include Welcome to the Dollhouse (Grand Jury Prize, Sundance Film Festival), Happiness (International Critic’s Award, Cannes Film Festival) and Storytelling (Cannes Film Festival), all for director Todd Solondz. He was a consulting editor on the Oscar-nominated No End in Sight, which also won the Special Jury Prize at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. Alan co-edited Unzipped (Audience Award, Sundance Film Festival), which won the A.C.E. Award for Best Documentary Editing. He won two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Documentary Editing on the PBS series City Life.