Mimi Wilcox is a Chicago-based filmmaker and editor with a background in Russian studies and economics. She began her filmmaking career in 2009 with the Sacramento-based Documentary Foundation, the production company behind the award-winning Age of Champions. Her films have been broadcast on Sacramento public television and showcased in several film festivals including the Mill Valley Film Festival and the Sacramento Bicycle Film Festival.

She has experience directing, producing, shooting and editing both narrative and documentary films, as well as commercial & experimental work and animation. She has honed her skills working with Chicago-based documentary production companies Beti Films and Kindling Group. While her passion lies in post-production, she is excited about all facets of the filmmaking process. She is constantly working on independent projects and expanding her skill-set.