Cristina Balduin is a Film and TV editor with a passion for storytelling. Originally from Italy, Cristina’s career began in Barcelona, where she attended the MA in Film Editing at the prestigious Barcelona National Film School (ESCAC). In 2015 she moved to London, where she initially edited commercials, before transitioning into independent documentaries and films. Four years ago, she made a move into high-end television, working her way up from assistant to additional editor on documentaries for broadcasters such as the History Channel, Netflix, and National Geographic.
Cristina is drawn to imaginative narratives and stories aimed at feeding curiosity. With ten years of experience under her belt, Cristina’s editing portfolio reflects her versatility, spanning from spy shorts and dramas to cinematic documentaries and experimental films. She has recently completed additional editing on ‘Vatican Girl,’ a gripping four-part Netflix series directed by Emmy winner Mark Lewis, which has been nominated for a BAFTA TV Award 2023, and she previously assisted on Bad Sport for Netflix and Nazi Megastructures S7 for NatGeo. Recent credits as lead editor include ‘Ode,’ a short for BBC2 about youth empowerment, ‘Morningtown’, a short drama starring Christopher Eccleston and ‘Beautiful in the Morning,’ a coming-of-age indie feature winner of the Sochi Special Jury Prize. Cristina’s work has been awarded at festivals worldwide such as Open Toronto and the London Int’l Motion Picture Awards. She was also nominated for best editing at Southampton Film Festival for My Baby Shot Me Down, a Tarantino-esque film about domestic violence.
In addition to her editing work, Cristina is also passionate about sharing her knowledge with others and she is a visiting lecturer at the University of East London and filmmaking workshops for children. She currently lives in the North London.