Film editor Ray Hubley is a lifelong New Yorker with more than three decades worth of credits in narrative features, television and documentary film. Over the years, he has worked with such eminent directors as Sidney Lumet, Brian De Palma, Tim Robbins, Bruno Barreto and John Turturro.

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In addition to award-winning independent features like Sam Levinson’s Another Happy Day  (Sundance 2011),  Musa Syeed’s  Valley of Saints (Sundance 2012) and Turturro’s critically acclaimed Romance & Cigarettes (2005), Hubley has also edited extensively in non-fiction film: Billy Strayhorn / Lush Life (which in 2008 won both Emmy and Peabody Awards for Best Documentary) and the theatrically-released portrait Who is Norman Lloyd? (2006), among others.

More recently, Ray edited Ari Issler & Ben Snyder’s debut feature 11:55, consulted on Josh Weinstein’s A24 breakout Menashe and cut Eric Steel’s narrative feature Minyan, which played at the Berlin Film Festival and opens theatrically in fall 2021. Most recently, Hubley edited Marco William’s Emmy-nominated Tulsa Burning, a Hulu / History Channel co-release and is presently completing work on  writer/director Ben Snyder’s first solo narrative Allswell.

The son of distinguished animators, John and Faith Hubley, Ray lives with his wife, also a film editor, in Morningside Heights.

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Ray Hubley is represented professionally by Lynne Richardson at ARTISTRY.