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   Mirjam Jegorov (born 1990) is an Estonian editor, working around the world. She studied in Baltic Film and Media School (2010-2013, BA) and graduated from the National Film and Television School in England (2017-2019, MA). She has been in the film industry since 2013 and owns post-production company MiMont OÜ. She speaks three languages Estonian, English and Russian.


   Her short and feature films have been presented in international film festivals like IDFA, Hot Docs, Art Doc Fest and others. Her documentary film „Wonderful Losers: A different world“ has won many awards: Winner of 33rd Warsaw Film Festival, Best Documentary Award in Trieste Film Festival and others, including an official selection by Lithuania to Oscars. With this same film, she has been nominated for Best Editing in Lithuanian Film Awards and Latvian Film Awards. Also documentary films „Come Back Free“ and „Woman and the Glacier“ took part of IDFA in 2016. „Come Back Free“ won an IDFA Special Jury Award for Mid-Lenght Documentary films. Animation project „Cabin Pressure“, what she made in NFTS, has won the Best Student Film award at the Manchester Animation Festival 2017, won Best Comedy Film award in The Smalls Film Festival 2018 and others.


  She has been working on very different documentary films, like „The Gentle Warriors“ by Marija Stonyte and "Hippodrome" by Vladimir Loginov. Portrait films like "Walker on Water" (about Kristiina Ehin) by Anu Aun, "Pätt või Pühak" (about Raul Vaiksoo) by Mattias Veermets. Also, her graduation films from the National Film and Television School have been presented in festivals. „The Pregnant Ground“ a short fiction film by Haolu Wang, „MIU“ a documentary by Yael Lotem, „One Liner “ an animation by Matthew Lee and „Now or Never “ a natural history documentary by Matt Senior (

   Currently working on documentary about Kelly Sildaru "Kelly. Someone Else's Dream" by Helen Lõhmus and Leana Jalukse. Also right now she is developing her own documentary film "Tiny". 

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