Audrey Maurion is a french editor and director graduated in philosophy. She has been working as a freelance editor for feature and documentary films since 1995. Among the award-winning documentaries she has edited are: A Specialist by Eyal Sivan and Rony Brauman, Conversations on a Sunday Afternoon by Khalo Matabane, Ici on noie des Algeriens, 17 octobre 1961 by Yasmina Adi, The Siege by Rémy Ourdan and Patrick Chauvel and the recent series Slavery Routes directed by Fanny Glissant, Juan Gélas, and Daniel Cattier.
She has also co-directed the long feature documentary I Love You All with Eyal Sivan and alone, Farewell Peasant, a 52 archive documentary.
She worked as co-writer and editor on a documentary about Tienanmen massacre for Arte and PBS.
In recent years Audrey has been the editing consultant on documentaries from South Africa, a country in which she has tied links since 1997 through her involvement in the Step for the future project.