Jeff Malmberg, Producer/Director
Marwencol is Jeff Malmberg's directorial debut. The film premiered at the SXSW Film Festival where it won the Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary. It has gone on to win Grand Jury awards at the Cleveland and Seattle International Film Festivals, Audience Top 10 awards at Hot Docs and Seattle, and a Special Jury prize at IFF Boston. As director, Jeff was honored with the HBO Documentary Films Emerging Artist Award at Hot Docs, as well as the Cinematic Vision Award from Silverdocs.
In 2006, Jeff produced and edited Red White Black & Blue, which premiered at the Locarno Film Festival and aired the following year on Independent Lens. The documentary uncovers the Battle of Attu, the only land-based invasion of the United States since the War of 1812. Malmberg also produced and edited the Fox Searchlab short film Broadcast 23, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2005.
As a film and television editor, Malmberg's credits include the critically acclaimed BET documentary series American Gangster, TV One's Unsung, A&E's Biography, ESPN's SportsCentury, and numerous shows for the History Channel. In the world of commercial editing, he has cut more than 100 spots for directors such as George Lucas, Errol Morris, TRAKTOR, and Harald Zwart, and brands such as Miller High Life, Nokia, Toyota, Polaroid, and Star Wars. Jeff Malmberg is a graduate of USC's School of Cinematic Arts.