NYNEVE LAURA MINNEAR is an award-winning film editor and producer. Her recent feature-length work includes 306 HOLLYWOOD - SUNDANCE 2018, the first documentary to premiere in the NEXT section for Innovative Filmmaking, airing on PBS-POV in 2019; (T)ERROR - winner of a SUNDANCE 2015 Special Jury Award, an EMMY for Outstanding Investigative Documentary and a Grand Jury Award at Full Frame. FARMER/VETERAN, ITVS funded and premiering on PBS-Independent Lens in 2017. GIRL WITH BLACK BALLOONS, winner of a Grand Jury Prize at DOCNYC and chosen "Best of Fest" at its premiere at the Edinburgh Film Festival. THE LULU SESSIONS, which screened at over 20 festivals worldwide, winning six Best Documentary awards. Nyneve began her career in documentaries working on productions for PBS-FRONTLINE and NOVA. She was an editor/producer for DAN RATHER REPORTS for over three years where her segments won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, multiple awards from the Newswomen's Club of NY and where in 2011, Nyneve was named one of “21 Leaders for the 21st Century” by Women’s eNews for a segment on child sex trafficking. She has been a fellow at the Sundance Documentary Edit Lab and two IFP Edit Labs, has shared her experience as a guest speaker and panel participant, and a mentor as part of the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film and Media at Johns Hopkins University. Based in Brooklyn, Nyneve holds a B.S. in Zoology and planned to be an evolutionary biologist, but eventually found the human species even more captivating. When she's not making films, she's studying philosophy, dancing Salsa and Gaga, learning languages, playing drums, and working on her own evolution.