After graduating from Loyola University, Raul Davalos attended the London International Film School (1977-1978). He began his career as a film editor in Miami, Florida, on a television show, The Best, for which he received regional Emmy Award recognition for outstanding editing.
Raul moved to Los Angeles in 1983 and continued his feature career assisting editor Richard Chew on the Ivan Passer film, Creator, starring Peter O'Toole. He assisted Carol Littleton on Silverado, Vibes, The Accidental Tourist, China Moon and White Palace. Raul also worked with Carol as associate film editor on Benny & Joon and Lawrence Kasdan's Wyatt Earp.
Raul's credits as editor also include Cronos, which won the 1992 Cannes Film Festival's Semaine de la Critique critic's award; Destiny Turns on the Radio starring Quentin Tarantino and Dylan McDermott; and as additional editor on Paulie for Dreamworks SKG.
Raul's latest project is Blue Ridge Fall starring Amy Irving, Tom Arnold, Peter Facinelli, and Chris Isaak which premiered at the 1999 L.A. Independent Film Festival.
Raul was born in Havana, Cuba and currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife Petra and their two children, Alma and Alexander.
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