Based in New York City, Sinéad Kinnane has been editing for film and television in the United States and Ireland for two decades. Her work spans feature documentaries, television documentary series and short documentaries for the web.
Her most recent television project was Surviving Jeffrey Epstein for Lifetime and she has worked on projects for PBS, Bravo, A & E, Discovery and TLC. Facing the Dragon, a feature documentary following two inspiring Afghan women, a politician and journalist, was selected for the 2017 Sundance Edit and Story Lab.
The short documentary CatCam received the award for Best Documentary Short at the SXSW Film Festival 2012. Burma Soldier, a feature documentary for HBO and Jaha’s Promise also screened at festivals worldwide. As a field editor, she travelled across the United States during the 2008 Presidential campaigns and edited short documentaries for The Guardian’s online coverage.