Charles Little II, ACE is a film and television editor-director-producer and an award-winning multimedia creative.

Charles’ television credits as a motion picture editor include multiple seasons of Ryan Murphy’s hit drama series “9-1-1” and “9-1-1 Lone Star” (FOX, 20th Television); FX Network’s internationally acclaimed documentary series “Welcome To Wrexham” (Boardwalk Pictures); and Kristian Hill’s groundbreaking feature length documentary film on the origins of techno music entitled “God Said Give Em Drum Machines” (Washington Hill Pictures). Charles delivered three well received thirty-minute episodes of MTV’s multi-camera rap music competition series entitled: “1 World Hip Hop Championship” as it’s Executive Producer and Director. Charles’ additional filmmaking accolades include a “Best Editing” award at the fifth annual Elevate Film Festival (Los Angeles) and a Telly Award for his work as Producer-Director-Editor on the digital marketing series “Transportraits” for ad agency Gertrude, Inc. (Chicago). Charles is an active member of the industry’s most prestigious organizations; advancing the craft of motion picture editing and advocating for diversity and inclusion across the film and television landscape. His affiliations include: American Cinema Editors (A.C.E.), Motion Picture Editors Guild (IATSE Local #700), MPEG’s African-American Steering Committee and The Diversity Mentorship Group (Los Angeles).

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