Aaron Wickenden

Participates in 1 Session
Aaron Wickenden is a multiple Emmy and ACE Eddie nominated filmmaker with nearly two decades of experience on the keys (aka editing). He is regarded for bringing a tireless work ethic and playful aesthetic to each of his creative collaborations - including the Oscar nominated Finding Vivian Maier and the 2018 releases: Won't You be my Neighbor?Generation Wealth, and They'll Love me When I'm Dead. His documentary career began via a 2002 internship at Chicago's Kartemquin Films which led to finding a mentor in director Steve James. Aaron would go on to spend a decade learning from and ultimately co-editing two features with Steve: At the Death House Door and The InterruptersIn 2014 Aaron was recruited by Oscar winner Morgan Neville and Grammy-winning author and filmmaker Robert Gordon to co-edit their film Best of Enemies, which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award, shortlisted for an Oscar and earned Aaron a Cinema EyeHonors nomination for Best Editing. At the 2016 CinemaEye Honors Aaron and Albert Maysels shared the unique distinction as being the only two filmmakers who were nominated for their work on two different films. Aaron's other nomination came for his work as Co-Director/Producer/Editor of the ITVS funded feature Almost There. He is currently co-editing a film for Penny Lane, producing/editing a film about Pepe the Frog and in his spare time he can usually be found goofing off with his wife Jennifer Brandel (CEO of Hearken) at Chicago's Montrose Dog Beach... voted the #1 dog beach in America by USA TODAY. 

Sessions in which Aaron Wickenden participates

Thursday 27 September, 2018

Time Zone: PDT/Pacific Time (US & Canada)
1:15 PM
1:15 PM