Physical Production

Adam Dicterow


Adam Dicterow is the editor of award winning film Mutt, which premiered at Sundance 2023. He trained under his mentor Anne McCabe, ACE, for seven years. Over the course of the many projects they worked on together, he utilized his creativity, adaptability and invaluable technical skills, climbing from apprentice editor to additional editor. Adam has had the privilege of collaborating with accomplished directors, including Marielle Heller (on Can you Ever Forgive me?, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, and What the Constitution Means to Me), Robin Wright (on Land), and Stephen Chbosky (on Dear Evan Hansen). He has also worked on multiple television shows, most notably HBO’s Succession(season one). This past year, he worked with Vuk Lungulov-Klotz on Mutt, which ended up winning an award for acting at Sundance, a special mention at Berlinale, and is now streaming on Netflix. Most recently, he edited Alessandra Lacorazza’s In the Summers, which is premiering at Sundance 2024. Adam has gained experience traversing various genres from drama and dark comedy to horror.  A New York City native, Adam currently resides in Brooklyn.