Federico Rosenzvit is an editor from Buenos Aires, now based in New York, whose work has screened at festivals such as Sundance, Berlin, and Cannes.
He edited the documentary hit "Dancer," which was distributed in over 30 countries. Rosenzvit edited the shorts "Trece Años" and "Laredo, Texas," which premiered both at Sundance. Rosenzvit also edited the documentary feature "When the Drum Is Beating," which had its festival premiere at Tribeca and received the Grand Jury Prize at SilverDocs, as well as the Best Editing Award at Michael Moore's Traverse City Film Festival. He has edited the narrative features "Putzel" and "Booster," which won a special jury award SXSW. A fiction short he edited, “BOY,” premiered at the Cannes Film Festival .
His commercial work includes clients such as Adidas, St. John, Bottega Venetta, Calvin Klein and Olay, where he worked with legendary artist Julian Schnabel and Kate Winslet. In the TV realm, Rosenzvit edited the Emmy-winning series "Years of Living Dangerously", produced by James Cameron; and the Netflix docu-series "History of the Mob". He's currently working with director Steven Cantor as a Supervising Editor and several feature projects for Stick Figure Studios.