Margaret Crimmins

Margaret Crimmins is a NYC based sound designer/editor working primarily in historical, social and political documentaries.  Some of the films she has worked on include;
This is Home-A Refugee Story, Letters from Baghdad, Hot Girls Wanted, How to Dance in Ohio,  Into the Amazon, Back on Board, American promise,
The New Black, Soul Food Junkies, Semper Fi-Always Faithful. To Be Heard, Freedom Riders, The Last Truck, Boy Interrupted, Patti Smith: Dream of
Life, Gonzo: The life and Work of Hunter s. Thompson, Taxi to the Dark Side, Jesus Camp, Mad Hot Ballroom, My Architect, The Murder of Emmett Till,
LaLee’s Kin, Atomic Cafe, The War at Home, and many more.

She has also earned three Emmy nominations for:
The Farm-Angola USA dir. by Liz Garbus and Jonathan Stack
Judy Garland-By Myself dir. by Susan lacy
Ghosts of Abu Ghraib dir. by Rory Kennedy

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  1. […] Margaret Crimmins is a sound designer and editor based in New York City. She just finished a narrative feature called Tribe. The film is set in the context of the building of dams by the Brazilian government that displaced indigenous people. The film starred a 13 year old indigenous girl and was filmed entirely in the Amazon Basin. The film follows the fictional story of this girl who is separated from her family and trafficked. There are elements of magical realism woven throughout the film. One of the film’s directors is a professor at George Washington University who teaches a course on climate change. […]

  2. […] Margaret Crimmins is a sound designer and editor based in New York City. She just finished a narrative feature called Tribe. The film is set in the context of the building of dams by the Brazilian government displaced indigenous people. The film starred a 13 year old indigenous girl and was filmed entirely in the Amazon Basin. The film follows the fictional story of this girl who is separated from her family and trafficked. There are elements of magical realism woven throughout the film. One of the film’s directors is a professor at George Washington University who teaches a course on climate change. […]