David Bondelevitch is a Music & Dialogue Editor and Re-recording Mixer. His most recent projects include mixing the documentary short El Vacio, about immigrant sanctuaries. The film was on the front page of the digital version of the New York Times. He also mixed Southwest of Salem, which won a Peabody Award, and mixed the cult comedy Jimmy Vestvood: Amerikan Hero. Previously, he mixed Driven to Ride and Above the Ashes, which aired on PBS. Bondelevitch won a Heartland Emmy as Associate Producer on the film and was also nominated for Audio (as Sound Designer), and for an MPSE Golden Reel Award. He also completed work on Mile High Jungle. He was also music editor for the independent feature film The Six Wives of Henry Lefay and the series State of Mind, starring Lily Taylor.
Bondelevitch won a Primetime Emmy for Sound on the TNT movie The Hunley. He has also won MPSE Golden Reel Awards for his work on the Showtime musical Ruby’s and the Imax documentary film Island of the Sharks. He has been nominated for Golden Reel Awards a record twenty-six times.
He is Past President of the Motion Picture Sound Editors and Secretary of the Cinema Audio Society. He was also co-editor of the CAS Quarterly.
David is a member the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, the American Federation of Musicians (Local 47) , Film Independent, the International Documentary Association, and BMI (Broadcast Music, Incorporated) as a writer/publisher.