Don Bernier

Don Bernier is an EmmyⓇ-nominated documentary film editor. Most recently, he edited An Inconvenient Sequel, a follow-up to the award-winning 2006 Al Gore film, which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Bernier’s editing credits also include Audrie & Daisy (Netflix), which had its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival; The Genius of Marian (POV/PBS), which premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival; the Peabody Award-winning bio, Eames: THe Architect and the Painter (American Masters/PBS); and The Botany of Desire (PBS), based on author Michael Pollan’s best-selling book. Additionally, he has been a contributing editor on numerous award-winning documentaries, including The Overnighters, which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. He began his editing career at David Grubin Productions in New York, cutting several episodes of the EmmyⓇ-winning PBS series, “The Mysterious Human Heart” and “The Jewish Americans”. During the last decade, Bernier’s work has screened internationally on the National Geographic Channel, Netflix, Showtime, HBO, PBS and numerous other venues. Bernier also works regularly as an editorial consultant, and is a Sundance Institute Documentary Edit and Story Lab Fellow.

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