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April 23, 2021, 08:23 AM
Unless there's a huge controversy, I don't usually know much about the best editing Academy Award. While often confused with the movie that might have the most cuts, or the most stylistic, the best-edited movie of the year needs to build the final story, collaborating with the writing and direction to make what happens on screen the fulfillment of the goals of everyone involved.
March 28, 2021, 12:37 PM
Netflix’s MANK is leading 2021 Oscars nominations with 10 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director. Earlier this week, Adobe hosted a panel with editor Kirk Baxter, ACE, first assistant editor Ben Insler, and assistant editor Jennifer Chung to discuss their remote workflow on Premiere Pro and After Effects.#ace#oscars#netflix#kirk baxter#mank
March 24, 2021, 08:52 AM
Welcome to The Queue — your daily distraction of curated video content sourced from across the web. Today, we’re watching a video essay on editing, how it can just seem natural, and the science of why edits “feel right.”#edit#cuts
March 23, 2021, 08:54 AM
8K is becoming more and more of a reality. You can buy a (relatively) affordable camera, shoot and edit some 8K, and export it on a decent machine without too much thought. If you are looking at getting one of those fancy new setups and are going to start exporting 8K content to share on YouTube, you’ll likely want to find a good starting place to make sure it looks as good and sharp as you can get it.#premiere pro#youtube#8k
March 9, 2021, 14:35 PM
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March 5, 2021, 13:51 PM
Frédéric Thoraval had a difficult task ahead of him as the editor on “Promising Young Woman.” The film, about a young woman named Cassie (Carey Mulligan) who seeks vengeance after a traumatic event that happened years ago to her best friend, balances many tones including dark satire, thriller, horror and even rom-com. But the editor credits writer-director Emerald Fennell‘s script for crafting an emotional through-line to keep the film feeling of a piece. “We had a very clear path to f...
March 4, 2021, 13:52 PM
“Sound of Metal” editor Mikkel E.G. Nielsen worked closely on keeping the film focused on Ruben’s internal journey. Ruben (Riz Ahmed) starts the film as a heavy metal drummer who suddenly loses his hearing and we follow him as he is suddenly forced into a new world of communication at a sober house for the deaf under the guidance of mentor Joe (Paul Raci). “The whole start has a completely different pace than at Joe’s house,” says Nielsen in an exclusive new interview for Gold Derby....
Editor Sam Rice Edwards joins us from the UK to discuss his work on the Youtube documentary Life In ...
Gordon sits down with Marco Capalbo to discuss editing for Werner Herzog and crafting Fireball: Visi...
Editor Mikeel Nielsen and Sound Designer Nicolas Becker discuss creating the film The Sound of Metal...
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