Michael Palmerio

Michael Palmerio

www.michaelpalmerio.com
Editor

Los Angeles, California

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About Michael

An award-winning, dedicated and experienced editor with a solid background in long and short form narrative, episodic and documentary storytelling. Please checkout my website at www.michaelpalmerio.com . (linked below)

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  • The Last Laugh

    The Last Laugh (2017 - 2018)
    Film by Netflix/Greg Pritikin Editor The Last Laugh is a comedy film written and directed by Greg Pritikin. It stars Richard Dreyfuss and Chevy Chase, and will be distributed by Netflix.

  • The Evil Within

    The Evil Within (2017)
    Film by Vision Films/Andrew Getty Editor A lonely and mentally disabled boy who lives with his older brother is urged by a reflection in an antique mirror to go on a murderous rampage.

  • And Now, Love

    And Now, Love (2016)
    Documentary by Dreamscape Ent/Jill Demby-Guest (Documentary) Editor And Now, Love tells the story of the remarkable 96-year-old Dr. Bernard Bail, who revolutionized the psychoanalytic process with a daring new theory he calls “the mother’s imprint,” an idea that strikes at the root of all mental illness. A decorated Jewish-American World War II hero, Air Force lead radar navigator Bail guided his team on 25 missions before being shot down over Nazi Germany. Recovering from his injuries, he began a clandestine affair with his German nurse, Irmgard, who introduced him to a spiritual love unlike any he had known before and became the guiding light for his life and career.

  • Orion

    Orion (2015)
    Film (Action, Drama, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Editor In a desolate, future world, after civilization has collapsed, a wanderer fights to save a virgin mother from a powerful magician and, with her, searches for a mythical city containing the world's last survivors.

  • Weediquette

    Weediquette (2015)
    Television by Viceland (Documentary) Editor VICE correspondent Krishna Andavolu explores these heady times by meeting the people whose lives hang in the balance of our new pot paradigm.

  • This Is Dance Music

    This Is Dance Music (2014)
    Television by MTV World/Viacom (Documentary) Editor A documentary series tracing the evolution of dance music from the early days of Detroit techno to the international rise of EDM.

  • Rushlights

    Rushlights (2013)
    Film (Crime, Drama, Romance and Thriller) Editor "Rushlights" revolves around Billy Brody (Josh Henderson) and Sarah (Haley Webb), two delinquent young lovers from the suburbs of Los Angeles, traveling to a small Texas town to falsely claim a dead friend's inheritance. The two teens, haunted by their own dubious pasts while pursuing their scam, wind up in a nightmare of greed and betrayal when confronted with the twisted and bizarre underworld of Tremo, TX - population 2870. Written by Rushlights LLC ©2013

  • Sidney

    Sidney (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Short and Biography) Editor Sidney is 83 years old and in the prime of his life.

  • Sugar

    Sugar (2013)
    Film (Drama) Editor Based on true events, Sugar is the story of a young girl with a troubled past trying to survive on the streets of Venice Beach. Sugar suffers from PTSD after losing her entire family in a horrific car crash. She survives with her group of outcast friends on the streets of Venice Beach trying to find their own place in the world. Like so many homeless youth, Sugar is running from the pain of her past and will do anything to escape it. However with the help of Bishop, her counselor in the youth shelter, she is able to reconnect with her uncle who has been searching for her. Sugar's new world starts to crumble when forced to confront the demons she's run from for the last two years. Sugar is an all too common story of a troubled youth learning how to stop hiding, and to start healing. Written by Anonymous

  • Reverse Arthritis and Pain Naturally

    Reverse Arthritis and Pain Naturally (2012)
    TV Movie (Documentary) Editor Arthritis and other painful conditions affect millions of people worldwide and the rates of these conditions are increasing every day. These conditions can have extremely debilitating effects on those afflicted as well as their family, friends and co-workers. Countless surgeries are performed and endless prescriptions are written each day to treat those suffering from Arthritis and Pain often with terrible side effects and a limited, if any therapeutic action. However, there are proven natural approaches that can dramatically help people suffering from Arthritis and Pain. Join Gary Null Ph.D. and the world's leading Integrative Medical Doctors and Psychologists to learn powerful strategies to overcome Arthritis and Pain naturally.

  • Dinner at the No-Gos

    Dinner at the No-Gos (2012)
    Film (Documentary) Editor This documentary project builds on shared experience, before venturing into issues of contention. It presumes that political exchange, compromise and reconciliation can be wrested from bitterness and enmity, especially when such hostility derives from things we don't know about others we don't trust. Dinner in the No-Go's seeks to promote mutual understanding and peace, putting humor, irony and just a little dash of absurdity into every bite. Written by alias

  • Game Quest

    Game Quest (2012)
    Television (Reality-TV) Editor The annual turnover of the worldwide video and computer games industry amounts to over $40 billion - more than the film industry. But does anyone know the producers in this field? This is what new series 'Game Quest' is all about. In eight episodes, the documentary series look behind the scenes of the production of tomorrow's next multi-player hit. The creative crew painstakingly develop the game with groundbreaking technologies against budget constraint and challenging deadlines. Written by Christiane Kretzer

  • American Veterans: Discarded and Forgotten

    American Veterans: Discarded and Forgotten (2012)
    Film (Documentary) Editor This Award-winning film exposes the American government's legacy of abuse and neglect of its soldiers and veterans. It explores the truth about Gulf War Syndrome - a horrific condition affecting thousands of soldiers and their families and the disturbing secrets that the government is hiding from the public.

  • The Little Things

    The Little Things (2010)
    Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and Romance) Editor Matthew J. Willing thought the days of wine and roses were a consummation devoutly to be wished! What could be more sublime than a woman who shows her affection with the gift of a simple rose? At least that's what he thought until he made a big mistake on the night of his one year anniversary. With "frienemies", like his roommate Brett, and temptation all around, where does he turn when things go south with everything? The truth may be stranger than any pulp romance novel that he's ever read. He's going to find that it's "the little things" that makes life so sweet. Written by djc

  • Moonshine to the Finish Line: An Unofficial History of NASCAR

    Moonshine to the Finish Line: An Unofficial History of NASCAR (2010)
    Film (Documentary) Editor Add a Plot »

  • Sunset

    Sunset (2009)
    Film (Short) Editor Add a Plot »

  • Redland

    Redland (2009)
    Film (Drama) Editor As a family struggles to survive in rural isolation during the Great Depression, their daughter's secret affair begins a journey into the unknown.

  • The Last Hurrah

    The Last Hurrah (2009)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Actor The Last Hurrah is a comedy filmed in a single continuous shot. Set at a graduation party in Los Angeles, an eclectic group of brainy philosophy students, train-hopping hippies, aspiring prophets, and drug-addled hipsters come together for one wild night. At the eye of the storm are three best friends, all with the same problem - women. Jason can't get enough of them, Steve can't let go of the one he's got, and Will can't understand them at all. The brainy grad students will have to work through their issues fast, because tonight's house party is their last crack at the women of the philosophy department. Written by Anonymous

  • Namaste Nepal

    Namaste Nepal (2009)
    Film (Documentary and Adventure) Editor Cinterra Pictures and Purgatory Productions present Namaste Nepal, a feature documentary about the journey of a lifetime and the power of travel to change perceptions. Namaste Nepal is an adventure that proves that friendship crosses borders and speaks its own language. The film follows American students from their privileged homes in the Silicon Valley to the district of Manang, Nepal 13,000 ft. high into the Himalayan Mountains. There the American Students immerse themselves in Nepali culture and open themselves up to ways of living vastly different than their own upbringing, as they foster relationships with a group of Manangi high schoolers. Both groups of students come away forever changed by their experience, and better prepared to be citizens of our increasingly globalized world. Written by Jessica Canty

  • The Reluctant Traveler

    The Reluctant Traveler (2009)
    Film (Documentary) Editor When Marco's partner organized a scholarly, month-long trek across northern Ethiopia for himself and a few friends, Marco wished him "good luck and God-speed." Then, when illness prevented his partner's participation, Marco had to step in and take over. Now, instead of his usual tour of ski resorts and film festivals, this indie writer-director is taking a journey out of his comfort zone into the unfamiliar richness of a poor country. What wasn't supposed to be his trip, became his unforgettable adventure. Written by Fred Greene

  • Walk the Talk

    Walk the Talk (2007)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Editor The successful life coach Erik Naybor seemingly has everything, but his success covers a dark history, and when his difficult nephew shoots his brother, the challenges starts unfolding.

  • Megadeth: That One Night - Live in Buenos Aires

    Megadeth: That One Night - Live in Buenos Aires (2007)
    Video (Documentary and Music) Editor Filmed live at Obras Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 9, 2005!

  • It Ain't Over Til It's Over

    It Ain't Over Til It's Over (2007)
    Film (Short) Editor Add a Plot »

  • Pittsburgh

    Pittsburgh (2006)
    Film (Comedy) Editor Jeff Goldblum put his Hollywood actor life on hold to star alongside his new girlfriend in a Pittsburgh regional theater production of The Music Man. Co-directors Bradley and LaBrache tread a surprisingly elegant line between genuine documentary and outright self-parody improv in this deliciously deadpan comedy Written by Anonymous

  • Nice Bombs

    Nice Bombs (2006)
    Film (Documentary and War) Editor In Nice Bombs filmmaker Usama Alshaibi returns to Baghdad to reunite with his family after nearly 24 years. This documentary navigates through his unique relationship to an Iraq that is much different than the country of his childhood. Usama captures the conflicting reactions to the conditions of life in Baghdad. Through a wide range of opinions and experiences he provides a broad panorama of voices long neglected under Saddam's regime. His cousin Tareef enters the room upon hearing an explosion. "It's a bomb. A Nice Bomb," he explains. The phrase is indicative of his family's nonchalance about their situation. As one young boy put it, "We're Iraqis. It's normal." With humor and resilience Nice Bombs explores Usama's dual role as both Iraqi and American. This Director's Cut of Nice Bombs was completed by director Usama Alshaibi 10 years after his trip to his home country. It contains more interviews with Iraqi women and broader more detailed view of life in Iraq. Written by Anonymous

  • Unbeatable Harold

    Unbeatable Harold (2006)
    Film (Comedy and Romance) Editorial department In the Biggest Little City in the World, Reno Nevada, lives a lovable loser, Harold James Clark. He's reaching for the stars while he searches for love and hopes to live his dream of becoming full time manager at the Wagontrain Steakhouse. Harold's assistant manager status already leaves him feeling lucky. Harold looks at a half filled glass and is simply amazed that there is even a glass. This Elvis wannabe finally meets his dream girl, Wanda Livingston. She's just run away from Vegas and her 80's rocker boyfriend, Jake Salamander. Never-mind her lack of waitressing skills, Harold gets her a job at the Wagontrain anyhow, and shows her the ropes. When Jake shows up in Reno Wanda decides to give him another chance. Meanwhile, Harold and Wanda become close real fast. Too close for Wanda. Not close enough for Harold. He's in Love... And ready to pop the question. Written by Gordon Michaels

  • Pat Croce Moving In

    Pat Croce Moving In (2004)
    Television (Reality-TV) Editor Add a Plot »

  • Surviving Eden

    Surviving Eden (2004)
    Film (Comedy) Editor A documentary crew captures the capitalistic trappings a reality show winner falls into during his short-lived stint with fame and fortune.

  • Urban Scrawls

    Urban Scrawls (2003)
    Film (Short) Editor An exploration into the origins and cultural significance of bathroom graffiti.

  • Harvest Moon

    Harvest Moon (2002)
    Film (Drama) Editor When an incarcerated man gets a temporary release from prison to attend his fathers funeral, he must decide the direction of his future by cleverly negotiating the remnants of his past.

  • Monday Night at the Rock 'N Bowl

    Monday Night at the Rock 'N Bowl (2002)
    Film (Documentary and Music) Editor, Producer A portrait of the punk rock scene that developed on Monday nights at Diversey River Bowl in Chicago.

  • Dummy

    Dummy (2002)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Editor Steven, nearly 30 and living with his parents, sees an old Edgar Bergen movie on TV and decides to fulfill his longtime dream of becoming a ventriloquist. His beautiful unemployment counselor Lorena finds him work, but puts out a restraining order on him when he paints a thank-you note on her door. Later, this young mother agrees to date him anyway, but finds his bickering family, and his inexperience with women, daunting to a relationship. Steven's sister Heidi is a wedding planner with a drunken ex-fiancé who keeps showing up at the door. His friend Fangora is a pseudo-punk rocker whose sex does not prevent her from giving him terrible advice about women. The wedding of a Jewish girl, who wants Klezmer music and gets something unexpected, will become a turning point in everyone's lives. Written by J. Spurlin

  • Preps: Chicago Hoops

    Preps: Chicago Hoops (2001)
    Television Editor Series documenting 5 Chicago high school basketball players, as they attempt to make the next big step in their careers...go to college or jump straight to the NBA

  • Adrenaline TV

    Adrenaline TV (1999)
    Television (Action, Adventure and Sport) Editor, Writer, Producer Unique action sports series that travels the world in search of the ultimate adventures. Hosted by the beautiful and athletic S.W.A.T Team (Sports Women of Adrenaline TV), they bring the viewer all the fast paced action ranging from popular sports such as Freestyle Moto Cross and Surfing to the bizarre such as Sandboarding and Lawnmower Racing. Adrenaline TV is a show that not only entertains but also informs the viewer and through our interactive website (www.adrenalinetv.com) one get all the information one the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, & WHEN--if you DARE that is! Written by pcp

  • Straightman

    Straightman (1999)
    Film (Drama) Editor, Producer After being dumped by their girlfriends, best friends Jack and David decide to move in together. David looks forward to their shared bachelor life, but their lives start to change when Jack works up the courage to come out of the closet.

  • American Passport

    American Passport (1999)
    Film (Documentary and War) Producer, Additional Editing Add a Plot »

  • Totally Confused

    Totally Confused (1998)
    Film (Comedy) Editor Wiley is a gay virgin who spends his nights with a large collection of porno. Johnny's his best friend but he's straight, though does admit to a little experimenting. What to do? what to do?

  • Tangled

    Tangled (1997)
    Film Editorial department A bartending mom earns extra bucks by delivering dope. Her toddler/son is becoming more worldly, so, she disconues this, but so recently that many players are known to her. The kid's dad is released from prison, gets visitation, but abducts the child. The mom seeks the pair, assisted by (1) her male roommate; and (2) the best friend of a murdered lawyer who she dated. Written by Kim Williams <KDWms@webtv.net>

Awards

  • Best Editing - 'It Ain't Over 'Till It's Over - Elevate 5
    (2007)

  • Outstanding Achievement In Editing - Columbia Spring Screening
    (1995)

Education

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