Karl Riedl

Film editor


Who is Karl Riedl?

Karl Riedl is a German film editor based in Berlin and Los Angeles.

The films he worked on have been granted multiple awards at major film festivals including Rotterdam, Berlin, Cannes, Venice, New York, Sundance, Tokyo and Montreal among others. A selection of awards includes: the Tiger Award from the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2000 for Suzhou River; the Silver Bear for Best Artistic Achievement at the Berlin International Film Festival and Best Feature Film at Tribeca Film Festival in New York in 2003 for Blind Shaft; and Best Actress and Economical Prize at the Montreal World Film Festival in 2012 for Closed Season. His years working together with video artists resulted in shows at the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam and Art Basel. A vital component of his work is his collaboration with independent Chinese filmmakers, which led to production of Buddha Mountain in 2010, the first arthouse box office success in China. In addition, he has been holding guest lectures at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design and Film Academy Baden-W├╝rttemberg in Ludwigsburg.

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on July 23, 2013


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