Unless you work in animation - then its script/screenplay, animatic/edit then production/shoot.
Or unless you’re Alfred Hitchcock where the edit and script happen at he same time and the shoot is the consequence of both processes with a final cut in post.
This is a true editorial decision in all meanings of the word!
I personally would expand this idea to acknowledge the fact that women were more involved in assistant editing (filing, secretarial tasks) and then down the food chain in the editorial department to neg matching and neg cutters, This predominantly evolved during the 2nd World War - essentially used as factory workers. Much the same as in-between framers were/are never recognised for their contribution to animation.