Marshall Granger is an editor and storyteller from Montana, based in Los Angeles.
He produced and edited the feature film WE BURN LIKE THIS, which had its world premiere at the 2021 Santa Barbara International Film Festival and screened in competition at Deauville American Film Festival in France.
He discovered his love for connecting images and sounds while working for an art house theater in Missoula, MT, studying new and classic films and creating trailers for film series. Throughout those years, he produced his own short films and documentaries before taking on the editorial for friends’ films.
This passion for post-production led him to California, the American Film Institute, and a determination to help bring challenging, emotionally resonant stories to the world.
Marshall is currently an Editing Fellow at the AFI Conservatory. He lives in Glendale with his fiancé and his two cats, Violet and Lucy.