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Stacey Foster

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Stacey Foster is a NY based editor of documentaries, commercials, and web content.

She recently finished editing ISABELLA ROSSELLINI’S GREEN PORNO LIVE! directed by Jody Shapiro. Framed around highlights from her hilarious and flirtatious monologue involving the Animal Kingdom, ISABELLA ROSSELLINI’S GREEN PORNO LIVE! tells the story of life on the road of a touring performer and the creative process the artist goes through by charting the evolution of the Green Porno universe. It premieres at the 2015 San Francisco Film Festival.

She also edited the feature documentary BURT'S BUZZ with director Jody Shapiro, which premiered at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival. The film is a portrait of the dichotomous life of Burt Shavitz— an allusive beekeeper who reluctantly became one of the world’s most recognizable brand identities.

Some of Stacey's other documentary credits include ANIMALS DISTRACT ME, a film by Isabella Rossellini, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, a half- hour special for VH1 about Pearl Jam's iconic album Ten, and the foreign language short documentary LIFE FOR A CHILD, directed by Academy Award nominated DP Ed Lachman, which tells the story of three children struggling to survive with juvenile diabetes in Nepal and premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Over the years she has also worked with Rossellini on her award winning short films, GREEN PORNO and SEDUCE ME for the Sundance Channel. The GREEN PORNO series has played at the Tribeca, Toronto, and Berlin Film Festivals. Stacey has edited numerous webisodes for clients such as Condé Nast, GQ, and TRESemmé. She also edited the PSA 'ART WLK '09, which won a NY Emmy for best commercial.

She not only works in the edit room, but has served as on-set editor in such remote locations as Nepal and Alaska to make the post production workflow more efficient. She also co-produced Laura Israel's award winning documentary WINDFALL, which tells the story of the inhabitants of a small, rural town in upstate New York and their struggle whether or not to allow industrial wind turbine development amidst their homes. WINDFALL premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival and won the Grand Jury Prize at the DOCNYC Festival.