Roles in Archive: Artist, Object Panelist
Jonathan Oppenheim is the editor of Paris is Burning, a 1990 documentary about Harlem’s House and Ball culture. Oppenheim’s other editing credits include Sister Helen, which won the documentary directing award at Sundance, and Children Underground, a film he co-produced, which was nominated for an Oscar and won the Sundance Special Jury Prize, Gotham, and IDA awards. He edited the classic documentary feature Paris Is Burning, awarded the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance as well as the New York Film Critics, Los Angeles Film Critics, and IDA Awards. Most recently, Oppenheim edited and co-produced The Oath, a highly acclaimed psychological portrait of Osama bin Laden’s former bodyguard.