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Allyson C. Johnson
Allyson C. Johnson has collaborated as film editor with director Mira Nair on Monsoon Wedding, Vanity Fair (also for Focus Features, and also starring Eileen Atkins of Evening), The Namesake, and an 11'9"01 segment.
She has edited several independent features, including Griffin Dunne's Fierce People (as well as his documentary short Your Product Here); Matthew Coppola's Fresh Cut Grass; Alex Steyermark's Prey for Rock & Roll; and Bob Giraldi's Dinner Rush, which premiered at the 2001 New Directors/New Films series at the Museum of Modern Art. For Spike Lee, she was associate editor on Summer of Sam and co-edited Public Enemy's music video "He Got Game."
For television, Ms. Johnson has edited the acclaimed series The Wire. Her "rockumentary" credits include The Who's 'Tommy': The Amazing Journey (for which she received an Emmy Award nomination) and The History of Rock & Roll: Up from the Underground, both directed by Barry Alexander Brown, as well as Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen's Say It Loud: Can I Get a Witness.