Agnès Grandits is a film and television editor with decades of experience in the US film industry working with legendary writers, directors and performers on award winning box office hits and groundbreaking television.
Agnès just finished editing the series “American Rust” a one hour drama for Showtime executive produced by Daniel Futterman and Adam Rapp.
As a television editor, Agnès has worked primarily on both half hour comedies and one hour dramas with credits on P. Valley and SweetBitter for STARZ, Divorce for HBO, Odd Mom Out for Bravo and The Breaks for VH1. She has worked for Showtime onThe Affair and Nurse Jackie. In addition, she edited The Jim Gaffigan Show for TV Land, Gracepoint for Fox, an episode on the final season of Bored to Death for HBO and 100 Centre Street, directed by Sydney Lumet for A&E. For HBO, she also worked on Sex and the City and The Wire.
Originally starting as a film apprentice and working her way up through assistant to editor, Agnès worked for directors such as Nora Ephron on Sleepless in Seattle (TriStar Pictures), Norman René on Prelude to a Kiss, Jerry Zucker on Ghost (Paramount), Alan Pakula on Pelican Brief (20th Century Fox), Robert Altman on Ready to Wear, Tim Robbins on Dead Man Walking and John Turturro on Romance and Cigarettes (United Artists).
Fully binational and bicultural, Agnès is a native of Lyon, France. On her frequent visits home, she lectures and gives Master Classes at La Cinéfabrique, a highly selective, innovative state-run film school that focuses on bringing inclusive, international voices into the industry.
Agnès lives in Brooklyn with her husband, the painter Sean Grandits.