about me

Cheree Dillon is an independent film editor based in New York City. Most recently she edited Sisters on Track – premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2021 and Massacre River – premiered at Hot Docs 2019. She also co-edited Death by Design – premiered at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2016, Paper Children – premiered at Miami Film Festival 2020, and edited the broadcast version of The Homestretch for the 2015 Independent Lens series on PBS which won an Emmy. Cheree’s first feature documentary was the Emmy nominated Off and Running, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival 2009 and was later broadcast on the PBS series, POV. Her other feature doc credits include Surviving Amina (Visions du Reel), Song of Hannah (Avoda Arts) and  Sense the Wind. She has also edited award winning short docs including Stranger/Sister, Southmost USA, An Imaginary Thing, Article of Faith, and His Name is Cosmo.

Cheree has edited for The Discovery Channel, The Science Channel, TVOne, HBO, The World Channel and NBC, including The Today Show and long format programming for NBC sports. She has also edited branding content for Foote, Cone, Belding and The Boshia Group.

As a member of New York Women in Film and Television, she sits on the Documentary Committee and has produced panels on interactive filmmaking, social media/marketing, and independent film distribution.

Click here for my resume, and references are available upon request.