Monika Radwanska is a London based editor. Originally from Poland, she moved to the UK to study a master's degree in Post Production Editing at Bournemouth University. After receiving her degree with honours, she took a position at the BBC, in their Branded Services Creative team. 


In 2015, she left the BBC and joined the editorial team on the critically acclaimed and award winning feature film Lady Macbeth. From there, she established herself as an assistant editor while primarily working on studio films such as Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Angel Has Fallen, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! and The Commuter.


Throughout her career Monika has edited numerous short films and branded content. In 2013, her commercial spot promoting the European Night of Museums in Poland was broadcast on TVP (Polish Television). One of the her recent projects, the short film Sid (dir. Neil Corbould), won the award for Best Editing at the Global Shorts film festival in Los Angeles.

Her most recent project is a feature film Sorority (dir. James Webber), which will be shown at festivals this year.

Monika has been a member of BAFTA Crew since 2018.