Chris Innis, ACE, is the Academy-Award® winning feature film editor of the critically-acclaimed thriller, "The Hurt Locker." Innis graduated from the University of California Berkeley with a B.A. in film studies, and also earned a M.F.A. in live-action filmmaking from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), the creative arts school founded by Walt Disney.
Innis is a freelance editor who works on independent features as well as studio films, both modest and larger budgets. She is based in Los Angeles, but has worked throughout the U.S., in London, UK, and in the Middle East. Innis is a member of IATSE 700 (MPEG), is an associate board member of American Cinema Editors (ACE), and speaks English and is fluent in Spanish.
Some of Innis' other editorial credits include Sam Raimi's cult TV show "American Gothic" (Lead Editor) starring Gary Cole and Lucas Black, Raimi's "The Gift," Raimi's original Marvel blockbuster, the first "Spider-man" (Music editor: temp score and temp title sequence editor), as well as Ridley Scott's Navy Seals film "G.I.Jane" (Associate Editor). She worked her way up alongside Academy Award®-winning film editor, Pietro Scalia, with whom she first worked with on the Oliver Stone film "JFK," also a best picture Oscar®nominee and "Best Film Editing" Oscar®-winning film.