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David Michael Maurer

David Michael Maurer
Photo By Shira Shafir (c) 2008 DavidMichaelMaurer.com
Born David Michael Maurer
San Jose, CA USA
Occupation Motion Picture Television Editor, Director
Years active 1998-Present
Website
http://www.davidmichaelmaurer.com

David Michael Maurer (born April 17, 1977) is an American Television and Film Editor/Director.

He has worked on such shows as "Whale Wars", "Profiles From The Front Line", "American Idol:[1] The Search for a Superstar" (2002), and "The Apprentice". Mr. Maurer garnered 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 Emmy Award Nominations for his work on "The Apprentice" as well as a Cine Golden Eagle award for his work on the short film Blackmailing Santa. In addition to editing, Mr. Maurer has studied Meisner technique with film/television coach Andrew Benne and story with Hollywood guru Robert McKee.

Maurer also edited/directed a documentary titled "The Legacy of Dr. Seuss" for The Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose. He can be heard on the podcast "Project1982.com - FILMSCHOOL"

CREDITS

Editing Credits

Feature Films
Barking Water (2009 film) Written and Directed by Sterlin Harjo, 2009 Sundance Film Festival
Splinter (2008 film) Directed by Toby Wilkins
"Four Sheets to the Wind" (2007) Directed by Sterlin Harjo, 2007 Sundance Film Festival Award Winner

Television
"Bait Car" (2011)
"Pit Bulls and Parolees" (2010)
"Bachelor Pad (2010)
"Whale Wars" (2010-2011) Season 3, Season 4
"Jockeys (TV series) (2009) Episodes 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7
"Oprah's Big Give" (2008) Edited Episodes 2, 3, 4. Solo Credit on Episode 4
"Shear Genius" (2007)
"Big Brother (USA season 7)" (2006) "All Stars Casting Special"
The Legacy of Dr. Seuss (2005)
Glowsticks & Drumsticks (2004)
"The Apprentice" U.S. Seasons 1-5; Emmy Nominated for Seasons 1 & 2
Write On! Printing (2004)
"Napa Style with Michael Chiarello" (2004)
"The Next Joe Millionaire" (2003)
"Paradise Hotel" (2003)
"Profiles from the Front Line" (2003)
"American Idol: The Search for a Superstar" (2002)
Blackmailing Santa (2002)
"Truth" (2000)

Directing Credits

Write On! Printing (2004)
Blackmailing Santa (2002)
The Big Set-Up (2002)
The Mystery of Cobblestone Way (2000)

Producing Credits

The Legacy of Dr. Seuss (2005)
Write On! Printing (2004)
Blackmailing Santa (2002)
The Mystery of Cobblestone Way (2000)

Awards

Eddie Award Nomination 2011 Best Editing Reality Series Whale Wars Season 3: Vendetta
Screamfest Horror Film Festival Winner Best Editing (2008) "Splinter (2008 film)"
Emmy Award Nomination (2005) "The Apprentice"
Emmy Award Nomination (2004) "The Apprentice"
Cine Golden Eagle award "Blackmailing Santa" (2002)

References

  1. ^ Muir, John Kenneth (2007). TV Year: The Prime Time 2005-2006 Season. Applause Theatre & Cinema Books. p. 162.  

External links

  • Official Site
  • FlickGym.com Blog
  • Motion Picture Editor's Guild
  • David Michael Maurer at the Internet Movie Database
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