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Meg Reticker

Meg Reticker has worked as an editor for the last ten years editing narrative and documentary films. Her diverse body of work includes the films HEAVY directed by James Mangold, THE BIG ONE directed by Michael Moore, ARRESTING GENA directed by Hannah Weyer, and FISH AND THE BATHTUB directed by Joan Micklin Silver. Meg also edited David Wain's WET, HOT, AMERICAN SUMMER, and Ilya Chaiken's MARGARITA HAPPY HOUR, both of which premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. In 2003, Meg edited A DECADE UNDER THE INFLUENCE directed by Richard LaGravenese and Ted Demme, which premiered at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival and will receive an award for film history by the National Board of Review. Meg has also edited Michael Moore's TV comedy series THE AWFUL TRUTH, and in 1999, a five-hour program for Nickelodeon called NICKELLENIUM which featured kids around the world discussing their future. Meg is currently editing WINTER'S PASSING directed by Adam Rapp.