After graduating in Philosophy, Audrey Maurion began her career as an editor. She has been working as a freelance editor for feature and documentary films since 1995. Among the award-winning documentaries she's edited: the theater documentary ‘A Specialist’ by Eyal Sivan and Rony Brauman, ‘Conversation on a Sunday Afternoon’ by Khalo Matabane, ‘The Siege’ by Rémy Ourdan and Patrick Chauvel and the recent series Slavery Routes directed by Fanny Glissant, Juan Gélas, and Daniel Cattier. She has co-directed the feature-lenght documentary ‘I Love You All’ with Eyal Sivan. She has also directed ‘Farewell Peasant’, a 52′ archive documentary. Last year, she worked as co-writer and editor on a documentary mini-series for Arte and PBS about the Tiananmen massacre. In recent years Audrey has been editing consultant for various documentaries in South Africa, a country in which she has tied links since 1997 and her involvement in the Step for the future project. She is currently co-directing and editing a documentary about Frantz Fanon for France Television. She is also a member of Rough Cut Service and a teacher at Sorbonne University.