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DuArt Names Craig Gordon Senior Editor

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New York-based post house DuArt announced that it has added Craig Gordon as senior editor. An experienced video and film editor, Gordon brings more than 20 years of postproduction expertise to his new position.

Prior to joining DuArt, Gordon was HD specialist/editor for Brass Monkey Post (BMP), where he edited a wide range of projects including commercials, feature films, corporate videos, promo packages, music videos, documentaries, episodic television and museum exhibitions. Before BMP, Gordon was head of HD development and the HD project manager for Rhinopost in New York.

Gordon’s credits include the Academy Award-nominated film Trouble the Water, the Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or Award-winner Fahrenheit 9/11 directed by Michael Moore, and the acclaimed documentary A League of Ordinary Gentlemen. His TV portfolio includes series for CBS, A&E, MTV, History Channel, PBS and Discovery.

“DuArt provides all of the services and resources that clients need today,” said Gordon. “You can work here on an extremely wide variety of formats, with an experienced and dedicated in-house support staff at the ready. We make it easy for clients to produce and post produce short-, medium-, and long-term projects, and realize significant cost savings along the way.”

Gordon will be available to all of DuArt’s clients, from non-fiction television to independent documentaries.

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