| Nadia Rachid|| Film Editor|
| Cesar Award for Best Editing|
Kessen Tall, Abderrahmane Sissako, Sylvie Pialat, Yamina Benguigui, Etienne Comar
Nadia Ben Rachid Wikipedia
Nadia Ben Rachid is a Franco-Tunisian film editor. She currently has over thirty years of experience and has spent two decades working with filmmaker, Abderrahmane Sissako. She won Best Editing at the 2015 César for Sissako's latest film, Timbuktu.
Ben Rachid started her editing career working with 35mm film on celluloid.
Ben Rachid has edited such acclaimed films as Timbuktu, Waiting for Happiness, Bamako and Life On Earth. She has also edited numerous documentaries such as all of Anne Aghion's films including 2005 Emmy winner In Rwanda we say... The family that does not speak dies and 2009 Cannes Official Selection doc My Neighbor My Killer'', Tarr Béla, I Used to Be a Filmmaker and Michka Saäl's Les prisonniers de Beckett.
Ben Rachid was invited to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2015. Ben Rachid describes the process of editing as shaping a director's idea into a "harmonious, fluid idea." Her film editing has been called "nimble" by the New Statesman.