David Holechek - Los Angeles, CA
David Holechek is a filmmaker and television editor from Los Angeles, CA. He has either produced, directed or edited six feature-length releases and over a dozen short films. His 2012 short film, ‘A Finger, Two Dots Then Me’ has screened at over 80 film festivals around the world and won over 35 awards including the CINE Master’s Series Award and the Heartland Film Festival’s Crystal Heart Award. He also produced and edited the feature film ‘Ragamuffin’ – based on the life of renowned singer/songwriter Rich Mullins which was released in 2014 through Millennium Entertainment. He has edited over 50 hours of broadcast television shows including Fox Sports’ ‘Replay’, Lifetime’s ‘Killer Kids’ and as lead editor of Animal Planet’s ‘Pit Bulls and Parolees’. He owns and operates Duality Filmworks with twin brother Daniel. Company editorial and VFX credits include ‘The League’ on FX, ‘Family Tree’ on HBO, ‘Deadliest Warrior’ on Spike TV and the return of the mock rock band Spinal Tap in the DVD release ‘Spinal Tap: Back From The Dead’.