Raluca is a film & video editor based in London.

Her work ranges across fiction, documentary, animationmusic videos and commercials, her films having screened at the Venice Biennale, Sundance Film Festival and AFI FEST (Sandstorm), BFI London Film Festival (#FollowMe), Aesthetica (Kiss Chase), Doclisboa (Red Soleil), London Short Film Festival (Echinacea) and Annecy (A Film About a Pudding). Her documentary projects were awarded at Open City Documentary Festival (So They Say) and shortlisted for a Grierson Award (All Is Now).
She’s edited shorts commissioned by the BFI (The Riley Sisters), Sky Arts (Butterfly Affect), Channel 4’s Random Acts (Beyond Beauty), as well as a music documentary series for Paramount Global ( The Evolution of Black British Music).
Raluca was nominated for best editing at Underwire Film Festival in 2019.

Most recently, she edited the feature Trapping, directed by filmmaker and artist Penny Woolcock.

Raluca aims to bring sensitivity and curiosity to the material she is editing, while she also enjoys being creative with form to tell stories in unexpected ways. 

She started out by learning the craft as an assistant editor on award winning features, TV dramas and documentaries. Credits include His Dark Materials (BBC/HBO), Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri (Fox Searchlight), Goodbye Christopher Robin (Fox Searchlight), Dolittle (Universal) and Broadchurch series 3 (ITV), among others. 

She graduated from the National Film & Television School with an MA in Editing and has a BA in History and Politics from Oxford University. She has a musical background, meaning that she looks out for rhythm and timing when editing.

She was born in Bucharest, Romania and moved to the UK at a young age.

Part of Edit Collective and BFI Network x BAFTA Crew