Todd Sandler has always been a visual storyteller. His interest in film began at an early age when he was
using two old VHS decks to cut with. From there, he immersed himself in all aspects of production and post.

Todd has worked with some of the top studios/production companies in the film industry including Dreamworks,
Disney, Lucasfilm, Warner Brothers, Paramount, Bad Robot and The Kennedy Marshall Company. His work
includes feature length narrative films, TV shows, documentaries, trailers, tributes and commercials. He cut a
theatrical trailer and several TV spots for Steven Spielberg's award winning film, War Horse, and edited the David O.
Selznick Achievement Award tribute which Mr. Spielberg received at the 2012 Producers Guild Awards show. Upon
accepting the award, Spielberg remarked "Everyone in this room should be working with Todd Sandler".

Todd worked alongside Jonathan Demme on the documentary, I'm Carolyn Parker, which premiered at the 2011
Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival; and most recently, he worked as an additional
editor on Warner Brothers' summer blockbuster, The Legend of Tarzan, which was released in July, 2016. He is
currently editing the feature film, The Parting Glass, directed by Stephen Moyer (True Blood) and starring
Denis O’Hare (American Horror Story), Academy Award Winner Melissa Leo (The Fighter), Academy Award Winner
Anna Paquin (The Piano), Cynthia Nixon (Sex & The City), Rhys Ifans (Notting Hill) and Ed Asner.

Todd is also an experienced musician, sound designer and music editor. His enthusiasm for great storytelling
is matched only by his dedication to the craft of cutting, his world-class technical expertise and his undisputed
love of film.

“He has the uncanny ability to help weed away what isn’t absolutely essential and pierce the core of a scene
in ways that are not predictable. And he’s a hell of a lot of fun to work with.” - Robert Celestino, Director

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