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Hosted by Gordon Burkell
The Cutting Room is the official podcast of Aotg.com. Each week we interview post professionals about their strategy to crafting the films we love.
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December 12, 2012, 2:06 pm
In this episode, Gordon interviews the team at B-Reel about Interactive projects and post. B-Reel is a hybrid production company, specialized in the field of advanced digital production for web, mobile, physical installations and other media.
November 21, 2012, 9:28 am
Comedy editing is one of the more difficult styles of editing. If the actors delivery is off, the timing is off and as an editor, you need to "Try" to fix it for pacing and timing in the overall film. Not everyone is meant to cut comedy films and shows, editors who may excel in one style of comedy editing might not excel in another.
October 13, 2012, 4:00 pm
Paul Day C.C.E. and the Canadian Cinema Editors host a discussion with Don Cassidy C.C.E. in which the two discuss the editing process of The Hatfields and McCoy's Miniseries presented on The History Channel. Cassidy won an Emmy for his editing work on this show.
October 4, 2012, 4:44 pm
Jeffrey will humbly state that it is the actors timing that inspire the cuts but there is more to his skilled cuts than comedic timing there is a sense of years of experience and wisdom that younger editors should take note of. In this episode Jeffrey and I discuss comedy timing and working with comedic actors.
August 27, 2012, 5:35 pm
In this episode Lindsay and I discuss how to handle characters who make themselves look bad. How do you make things fair in this type of situation. Lindsay's work began as a new media producer and she transitioned into editing as she found herself desiring a more artistic area and less business focused job.
August 20, 2012, 1:34 pm
Lindsay and I met just prior to Edit Fest NY 2012 in the Director’s Guild of America basement while people set up for the event. We talked for a little over an hour and ranged topics from new media producing to documentary editing. Lindsay's work began as a new media producer and she transitioned into editing as she found herself desiring a more artistic area and less business focused job.
Tom Cross and Gordon Burkell sit down to discuss the editing of Hostiles and how to work with footage to affect the pacing an ...
Gordon Burkell interviews Paul Machliss about timing and editing Baby Driver.
Gordon Burkell interviews Kenneth Branagh and Patrick Doyle about composing music and specifically composing the song Never F ...