Catfish Editor Zachary Stuart-Pontier

September 15, 2010, 04:10 PM

Catfish is one of the fall season’s "hot docs," erupting out of Sundance, earlier in the year, with its quite-now tale of trying to assemble a persona in an age where everybody has numerous public ones – nervously tended to on multiple devices (like, say, the iPhone on which you’re reading this) – but few private, or "interior" ones. Or "one." Assembling this story fell to editor Zachary Stuart-Pontier, and Below the Line caught up with him – virtually of course – as the film begins....

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