Andrew Hafitz has been editing films since 1995. Along the way, he's collaborated with some of the leading directors in the New York independent film scene, including Whit Stillman (Damsels in Distress, 2012; The Last Days of Disco, 1998), Lodge Kerrigan (Keane, 2004), and Larry Clark (Ken Park, 2002; Bully, 2001). Two of his films have premiered in competition at Sundance: Braden King's Here (2011), a metaphysical road movie filmed on location in Armenia, and Cruz Angeles's Don't Let Me Drown (2009), shot primarily in Brooklyn. Don't Let Me Drown went on to win audience and jury awards at many festivals, including Best Film and Best Editing at the Woodstock Film Festival in 2009. His documentary credits include the street basketball movie Soul in the Hole (1997), directed by Danielle Gardner, and a number of David Schisgall films including the feature The Lifestyle: Group Sex in the Suburbs (1999) and the MTV show "True Life: I'm in Iraq," which won the Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Network News Documentary in 2005. He is currently editing director Naomi Foner's Very Good Girls, starring Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen, for Groundswell Films. A graduate of Yale University with a degree in comparative literature, Andy lives in Manhattan and Willow, NY, with his wife, Robin.