Andrew Marcus, Editor in Sing Street

Andrew Marcus began his editing career with Merchant Ivory Films. His credits include Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, Howard’s End, Remains of the Day, Surviving Picasso, and Jefferson in Paris. He has also collaborated several times with director Kenneth Branagh on such films as Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Peter’s Friends and Much Ado About Nothing. Andrew was the editor and second unit director of John Cameron Mitchell’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Mary Harron’s American Psycho and Callie Khourie’s Divine Secrets of Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood.

An avid surfer, he is delighted to include the documentary The Billabong Odyssey: The Quest to Surf the Worlds Biggest Wave, a theatrical feature about tow-in surfing among his credits. Other credits include such Under The Tuscan Sun, A Home At the End of the World, Everything is Illuminated, Tenderness, Flicka, When In Rome, The Moth Diaries, and the Step Up films, 2 & 3. Over the past few years he has collaborated with John Carney on Begin Again, worked on the Netflix miniseries Marco Polo, as well as co-editing Roger Waters’ The Wall and Nina Nourizadeh’s American Ultra. He is currently editing Indignation for James Schamus.