Adrienne Haspel is a narrative and documentary film, and television editor. She has worked on shows for Frontline, Need to Know and Wide Angle, including the Emmy nominated LORD'S CHILDREN. Her narrative work has been shown at numerous film festivals including Tribeca, Cannes, and Edinburgh. Her collaborations with video artists have appeared in museums and galleries in the United States and abroad. In 2011 she completed various installations and documentaries for the Moscow-based Russian Jewish Museum and Center for Tolerance, including one about the Holocaust on Soviet Soil. Currently she is working as an editor for Fault Lines, an Emmy-Peabody-DuPont award-winning documentary series on Al Jazeera English that focuses on US and international current affair issues.