R. A. Fedde has edited everyone and everything from two past presidents to paparazzi on the run. Her work includes 10 Days that Unexpectedly Changed America: Antietam, winner of a 2006 Emmy Award for Best Non-Fiction Series. Her editing on FRONTLINE Growing Up Online garnered another nomination for a 2009 Emmy. In 2004 Fedde won the prestigious Gracie Allen Award for her work as editor on Pure Magic: The Mother Daughter Bond.
Her first feature-length documentary project, Combat Diary, was nominated for an Emmy in 2006. $ellebrity, featuring candid interviews with Jennifer Aniston, Salma Hayek, Jennifer Lopez, and a slew of other celebs, premiered at South by Southwest in 2012 and opened in theaters across the US in early 2013. Variety wrote of $ellebrity, “the visuals sparkle, and R.A. Fedde’s editing is seamless.” Most recently, Running Wild: The Life of Dayton O. Hyde, edited and co-produced by Fedde, premiered at Slamdance 2013 and is an official selection at the Sedona International Film Festival and Cinequest Film Festival.
I’m so very proud of this feature documentary which I edited for Suzanne Mitchell in 2012. It premiered at the 2013 Slamdance Film Festival and went on to play Cinequest, Sedona International Film Festival, Sarasota International Film Festival (Audience Award), Palm Beach International Film Festival, Cinema Falls Film Festival, and the Black Hills Film Festival (Best Documentary Award). Running Wild debuted in theaters nationwide on October 4, 2013, and will be available on DVD in December.