T. Woody Richman was the editor, co-writer and co-producer of the Academy Award-nominated and critically acclaimed How to Survive a Plague. He co-produced and edited the Academy Award-nominated and Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning documentary, Trouble the Water. A long time collaborator of Michael Moore, Woody edited Where to Invade Next, Capitalism a Love Story, Fahrenheit 9/11, winner of the Palme d’Or, and was associate editor of Academy Award-winning Bowling for Columbine.
Woody has cut several other independent narrative features, including Sooni Taraporevala’s Little Zizou and Destination Unknown. Woody co-produced and edited Congolese director Selé M’Poko’s award winning debut comedy feature, John of God the Movie. He also produced Gloria Carrión Fonseca’s Nicaraguan documentary, Heredera del Viento, premiering at IDFA this year. Woody began his career working as an assistant editor in the cutting rooms of Nick Gomez, Spike Lee and Oliver Stone.