Jillian Moul has been a film and television editor for fifteen years. Her work includes the highly acclaimed Showtime documentary series on death and dying, Time of Death (selected as one of the Top Ten television series of the year by Time Magazine and The Washington Post). Time of Death also received an International Documentary Association Award for Best Limited Series. Moul edited two concert documentary feature films directed by Jon M. Chu, a feature documentary about students at an arts high school, Fame High, directed by Oscar-nominated Scott Hamilton Kennedy, and the Oscar short-listed feature documentary, On Native Soil, directed by Linda Ellman. Additional documentary series work includes the award-winning Big Ideas for a Small Planet, Morgan Spurlock’s 30 Days, and HBO’s Brave New Voices. Moul also edited L Word Mississippi for Showtime, which won the GLAAD Award for outstanding documentary, as well as Universal Picture’s musical adventure feature film, Jem and the Holograms. She has been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award.