Sweet and Lowdown a Sony Pictures Classics release a Woody Allen film
Alisa Lepselter

Alisa Lepselter began her career in editing as an intern on the 1986 Jonathan Demme film "Something Wild." As an apprentice and assistant editor she has worked with such leading film directors as Francis Ford Coppola, Volker Schlöndorff, Elaine May, Herbert Ross, Peter Yates, and on two films for Nora Ephron. She was the first assistant editor on Martin Scorsese’s "Age of Innocence." She cut her first feature when she edited the Miramax film, "Walking and Talking" for director Nicole Holofcener. "Sweet and Lowdown" marks her first film with Woody Allen and she is currently working on his newest project, "Woody Allen Summer Project 1999."

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