Hereditary editor Jennifer Lame joins Christopher Nolan's new film
She replaces Nolan's frequent collaborator, Lee Smith, who has been part of every film of the director's since Batman Begins (2005)
Hereditary-editor Jennifer Lame is set to be part of the crew of Christopher Nolan's next. She replaces the director's frequent collaborator, Lee Smith, who has been part of every Nolan film since Batman Begins (2005).
Interestingly, Smith won an Oscar for his work on Nolan's Dunkirk. He is currently working on 1917, the World War 1 epic directed by Sam Mendes, which, in turn, has made it impossible for him to work with Nolan on his upcoming project.
The yet-untitled action adventure features John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki and Robert Pattinson.
Lame is known for her work on small-budget indie projects. Her mainstream credits include Paper Towns and Manchester by the Sea.