Teresa Font


Teresa Font, a graduate in English Philology, is a renowned editor with more than eighty films, television series, shorts and documentaries in her name. She started her career as a television program editor from 1977 to 1988. In 1979 she edited her first feature film Nemo, an experimental film by Jesús Garayi, and the documentary Numax Presenta ... by Joaquin Jordá. She combines her job as an editor with lecturing on editing at ECAM (Madrid) and sporadically at ESCAC (Barcelona), and giving talks at several state universities. Among the numerous prizes and recognitions she has received throughout her fruitful career, is the Editing Award from the Circle of Film Writers for The Day of the Beast by Alex de la Iglesia (1995), a Goya for Best Editing for Días Contados by Imanol Uribe (1995), an award for her professional career at the Cine por Mujeres Festival (2019), a Ricardo Franco Prize at the Málaga Film Festival (2016) and a Goya for Best Editing for Pain and Glory by Pedro Almodóvar (2020).