Zan Barberton

Director, Self Shooting P/D, Editor,

Zan is a director, editor and journalist with a love of documentary.

Zan is a skilled storyteller with experience cutting a wide range of formats. She won “Best Editing” and “Best Documentary” at Glasgow International Film Festival for her directorial debut “Child of Bethlehem”. She also cut the multi award-winning “Welcome to Darfur” which was selected for Toronto Film Festival. Recent highlights include working on the acclaimed “Lockerbie – The Unheard Voices” and “The Art That Made Us”.

Zan has worked with award-winning documentary makers such as Marilyn Gaunt, Roger Graef and Nick O’Dwyer.

At ITV’s “The Lab” she devised, cut and directed the series “Booze Britain” developing an unexpected talent for scripting blue light shows. She also worked with the company that produced much of Channel 4 News’s coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath.  As a producer/director, Zan takes on significant editing responsibilities for projects encompassing a range of genres that include health and science documentaries, as well as dramas.

More work by Zan
Oxfam Budget Day
Baby Buddy App
Beth Shapiro, NATURE
Bob Waterston, NATURE
Neighbourhood Blues
Reading Hack

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