Victoria Chalk is a British-Chinese film editor with over 12 years of post-production experience. She most recently edited two episodes of the ground-breaking PBS documentary series Asian Americans with Renee Tajima-Pena, Leo Chiang and Grace Lee. She has editing credits on a wide array of critically acclaimed projects including Yu Gu’s feature documentary A Woman’s Work, which premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival; PJ Raval’s feature documentary Call Her Ganda, (Tribeca 2018, Hotdocs, LAAPFF winner, Best Editing, Young Critics Choice, Philippines); Ovarian Psycos, a feature documentary directed by Joanna Sokolowski and Kate Trumbull-Lavalle (SXSW 2016, Hotdocs); Vivre, jusqu’au bout…, a narrative short directed by Vincent Plaidy (award winner at the 2010 Rhode Island International FF and the prestigious CNC Prix de Qualité); and additional editing on Before You Know It, directed by PJ Raval (SXSW, 2013). She is currently editing a feature documentary on mobile home parks and the wealth gap by Sara Terry.
Victoria is the 2019 Karen Schmeer Editing Fellow and organizes with A-DOC, the Asian American Documentary Network. She is a Star Wars nerd and likes fast internet.