Cut to Black: Victoria C. Page, Picture Editor

For each day in the month of February, the Committee will be highlighting African-American members, both past and present, and their accomplishments. We look forward to showing the contributions and influences African-Americans have had on the industry.

Name: Victoria C. Page

What’s your job? Picture Editor

List the credits you’re most proud of: I’m most proud of my current gig. I’m on my first professional editing gig!!

What are you working on right now? Hightown,” Season 2 for Starz

Who and what are your influences and/or mentors? Lillian Benson, ACE, Anita Burgoyne, ACE, Terilyn Shropshire, ACE and Pam Martin, ACE. I have the utmost respect and gratitude towards my mentors. Some of them have known me since the beginning of my career and I’ve always appreciated them so much both for sharing their brilliant editing minds as well as for the always honest conversations, no matter the topic.

What books are you reading, shows are you watching and/or movies you’re excited about? Selected Takes: Film Editors on Editing” and I’m currently binging Bridgerton.”

What would be your superhero name? The Dailies Crusher. My superpower would be speed.

What are your Black History Month memories and any cultural or historical impacts on your life? I can’t go without saying the Black Lives Matter Movement.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given? Best piece of advice “I’m in control of the edit.”

If you could time travel, when would you go and why? I would go back to the 60s mainly to see family.

What’s a little known fact about you? My hands can’t keep still for long.

What are your hidden (or not so hidden) talents? I love to knit and crochet, plus I’m studying ASL. I hope to be fluent one day.