victoria chalk

Victoria Chalk is a British-Chinese film editor with over 10 years of post-production experience, and most recently edited PJ Raval’s feature documentary “Call Her Ganda" which premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. She has over 19 editing credits on a wide array of critically acclaimed projects which include: “Ovarian Psycos,” a feature documentary directed by Joanna Sokolowski and Kate Trumbull-Lavalle (SXSW 2016, Hotdocs), “Vivre, jusqu’au bout…,” directed by Vincent Plaidy (2010 Winner of the CNC Prix de Qualité), and additional editing for “Before You Know It,” directed by PJ Raval (SXSW, 2013). Victoria attended the 2013 and 2015 Sundance Edit and Story Lab as a Contributing Editor. The films she's edited have been supported by The Guggenheim Foundation, Fork Films, Sundance Film Institute, Bertha Foundation, Arcus Foundation, Austin Film Society, Firelight Media, Center of Asian American Media, the Ford Foundation Just Films, ITVS, and California Humanities. In her spare time, Victoria trains and fights at Freddie Roach's Wild Card Boxing Club as an amateur boxer.