Jillian Moul
Jillian moul director  surviving  home

Originally from Hawai'i, Jillian Moul is a Primetime Emmy Award nominee and a member of the American Cinema Editors. She edited the feature documentary Fame High with Oscar-nominated director Scott Hamilton Kennedy and three feature films with director Jon M. Chu for Paramount, Universal, Blumhouse and Open Road. She worked on the Showtime series Time of Death, which was selected as one of the Top Ten Television Series by Time Magazine, Entertainment Weekly and The Washington Post. Time of Death was also awarded Best Limited Series by the International Documentary Association. Ms. Moul edited L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin, a Showtime documentary that won the GLAAD Award for Outstanding Documentary. She edited HBO's documentary series Brave New Voices and The Sundance Channel's Big Ideas for a Small Planet, which won the Environmental Media Award for an episode edited by Ms. Moul. She edited ReMastered: Tricky Dick and the Man in Black with director Sara Dosa and filmmaker Barbara Kopple for Netflix. Ms. Moul's directorial debut is Surviving Home, a feature documentary that was an Official Selection at 17 film festivals, won multiple awards, and was theatrically released in select cities in November 2018. Surviving Home had its broadcast and streaming premiere on November 5, 2019 on PBS' America ReFramed series. Ms. Moul is currently working with director Melora Hardin on a feature documentary titled Butterfly Hunter.