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Emmy Watch: The Split-Screen Editing in The Flight Attendant Pilot “In Case of Emergency”

August 12, 2021 | By
Emmy Watch: The Split-Screen Editing in <em>The Flight Attendant</em> Pilot “In Case of Emergency”

The Flight Attendant, an HBO Max Original series from novelist Chris Bohjalian and showrunner/creator Steve Yockey, is a gripping thrill ride that leaves the audience wanting more. The series follows The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco as flight attendant Cassie Bowden who mysteriously wakes up next to a dead man, Alex Sokolov (Michiel... »

American Cinema Editors Announces Date/Venue for 72nd Annual ACE Eddie Awards

July 27, 2021 | By
American Cinema Editors Announces Date/Venue for 72nd Annual ACE Eddie Awards

The American Cinema Editors (ACE) announced today that the 72nd Annual ACE Eddie Awards, recognizing outstanding editing in film and television, will be held on Saturday, February 26, 2022. The event will be held at the brand-new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles. ACE is planning an in-person, black-tie affair adhering to... »

How Editor Paul Trewartha Helped Shape Edgar Wright’s Doc, The Sparks Brothers

June 28, 2021 | By
How Editor Paul Trewartha Helped Shape Edgar Wright’s Doc, <em>The Sparks Brothers</em>

Edgar Wright’s The Sparks Brothers will be seen as a great achievement for a lot of reasons, not just because it manages to take the nearly 50-year career of Ron and Russell Mael, collectively known as Sparks, and compiles it into a sharp, entertaining and very funny 2+ hour documentary. Much of the heavy... »

Cinematographers Discuss Mixed Reality Shoots in Upcoming Webinar

June 25, 2021 | By
Cinematographers Discuss Mixed Reality Shoots in Upcoming Webinar

Cinematographers share their experiences of mixed reality shooting in a panel discussion brought to viewers by British Cinematographer and ARRI, supported by Creative Technology. Join Greig Fraser ASC, ACS; Martin Ruhe ASC; Magdalena Gorka PSC, DNEG’s Paul Franklin and Robert Payton in this must-watch discussion about their early experiences shooting in mixed reality studios. Chaired... »

Contender Profile: Star Trek: Discovery Editor Jon Dudkowski 

June 24, 2021 | By
Contender Profile: <em>Star Trek: Discovery</em> Editor Jon Dudkowski 

Over three seasons, the crew of the starship Discovery has traveled through galaxies and centuries, stopping wars, ending tyrannies, battling enemies from across more than one universe. In each encounter, they adhere to the principles laid out by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry. As the third season starts, Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) has been... »

Contender Profile: The Real World Homecoming: New York Editor Jacob Lane

June 21, 2021 | By
Contender Profile: <em>The Real World Homecoming: New York</em> Editor Jacob Lane

If you were of a certain age in 1992, then you remember watching the first season of MTV’s The Real World, but we were all probably too young to realize at the time that the show would start a wave of what would later be called “reality TV.” The first season, which brought a group... »

The Underground Railroad Editor Joi McMillon on Creating History with Barry Jenkins

June 10, 2021 | By
<em>The Underground Railroad</em> Editor Joi McMillon on Creating History with Barry Jenkins

“I feel like there’s just so many elements to the job of being an editor,” says Joi McMillon. “I think the thing that really encompasses what an editor’s job is, is to be a storyteller, and for us to curate the experience for the audience, so not only are they engaged in the story... »

MCU Editor Jeffrey Ford, ACE, Joins Manhattan Edit Workshop as Artist in Residence

June 9, 2021 | By
MCU Editor Jeffrey Ford, ACE, Joins Manhattan Edit Workshop as Artist in Residence

Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the cutting-edge, online digital-training destination for post-production specialists and content creators is proud to announce the upcoming Artist in Residence for the June 21st class will be the immensely talented editor Jeffrey Ford, ACE. Ford was born in Novato, California.  He attended high school in Troutdale, Oregon and graduated from... »

Craft Spotlight: In The Heights Editor Myron Kerstein on Deciding What To Keep (and Lose) from the Musical

June 8, 2021 | By
Craft Spotlight: <em>In The Heights</em> Editor Myron Kerstein on Deciding What To Keep (and Lose) from the Musical

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s beloved Broadway musical, In the Heights, comes to the big screen with a splash next Friday June 11, courtesy of Jon M. Chu’s impeccable directorial talents. As we wrote in our review of the film, one of its greatest achievements is its far-embracing approach that showcases the rich tapestry of Latin cultures in America.... »

Accomplished Editor John Dingfield Returns to Cutters

April 29, 2021 | By
Accomplished Editor John Dingfield Returns to Cutters

High-end editorial boutique Cutters is very proud to announce the return of Editor John Dingfield to its roster. The announcement was made by Cutters Studios President/Managing Director Craig Duncan and Managing Editor Grant Gustafson. Since launching his career with Cutters back in 2000, Dingfield has established himself as a go-to editor for comedic and... »