Tiffany Peckosh-Soffrin is an award-winning film producer and editor based in NYC.

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Tiffany Peckosh-Soffrin is an award-winning film producer and editor.  As part of Sohei Productions, she edited and co-produced two feature length  documentaries.  Madagasikara received 20 Best Documentary Awards, 5 Editing Awards, 5 Cinematography Awards, 5 Director Awards and 2 Producer Awards and played in over 30 film festivals around the world. She recently completed their second feature length documentary, Opeka, which won a Golden Palm Award, the top award at 2020 Beverly Hills Film Festival.

Prior to joining Sohei Productions, Tiffany spent six years as an in-house documentary producer for the late Academy Award-nominated, Emmy-winning, and Peabody-winning director, Daniel Anker. As part of Anker Productions, she co-produced the award-winning BBC documentary Icebound, which was funded in part by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, was selected for IFP’s Spotlight on Documentaries and premiered at IDFA-The International Documentary Festival of Amsterdam and the American Masters documentary By Sidney Lumet, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.

Her other film work includes: Daze of Justice (editor), a MacArthur Grant recipient and the Centerpiece Documentary selection at CAAMFEST 2016, Bluebird (additional editor), starring Adam Driver (Girls) and John Slattery (Mad Men), which was listed as one of the Best Films of the year by Indiewire and Variety, CNN Films’ Ivory Tower (asst. editor), a feature selection at the Sundance Film Festival, The Citizen (consulting producer), which had a limited theatrical release and took home numerous festival awards including  “Mass Impact,” and “Best Feature Drama,” and the Oscar-nominated Netflix Original Strong Island (asst. editor)which also won the Special Jury Award for Storytelling at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

After graduating with a B.A. in Film Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara, Tiffany completed the Producers Program at UCLA and the Pre-MBA program at Fordham University. Tiffany went on to study film editing under Alan Oxman (Welcome to the Dollhouse, Control Room) and Geoff Richman (The Cove, Murderball, Sicko).

She has edited for Goldman Sachs, DeSantis Breindel – a corporate branding and marketing communications firm, and The Center- NYC’s LGBTQ Community Center.

Tiffany currently sits on the Board of the humanitarian charity, MadaKids, and resides in Brooklyn, New York.