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This issue focuses on charting new territories, searching for new ideas that help redefine our artistic technique, and explores the boundaries of what is possible in the cutting room.
In this issue Bobbie O'Steen discusses the relationship of the editor and the director. Gordon interviews Arthur Schmidt about his work on Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and Forrest Gump. We also delve into issues of gender and artistic copyright in post-production. Furthermore, we explore the theories of Marshall Mcluhan and their relationship with the editing process, raising the question "How does the way we consume media change and influence us in the editing room?"Download it now!
Associations that supplied articles for this issue include: Canadian Cinema Editors, The Guild of British Film and Television Editors, and Sociedad Argentina de Editores Audiovisuales.
What does it take to break out of our creative comfort zones and adopt new ideas? What beliefs and expectations guide the careers of post professionals? What can commercial and feature film editing teach us about storytelling?
In this issue we have Bobbie O'Steen interviewing Michael Kahn about his ways of storytelling for such classics as Indiana Jones and Jurassic Park. We explore the creative processes behind cutting commercials, and the changing landscape of education for the post industry with Norman Hollyn. We ask a psychologist how your portrayal of yourself in the cutting room affects your interaction with producers and directors. And more. Download it now!
Associations that supplied articles for this issue include: American Cinema Editors, Australian Screen Editors, Canadian Cinema Editors, and Les Monteurs Associés.
Have you ever wanted to know how the brain reacts to edits? Gordon Burkell sits down with Dr. Ran Carmi to discuss the neuroscience behind editing. Then, enjoy an interview with Andrew Weisblum as he talks about the editing process of Noah. You can also read up on how the Mise-en-scene affects your editing and the viewers interpretation of the scene you just edited. This inaugural issue of The Assembly will leave you wanting more! So download the apps or pdf to get more information!
Associations that took part in this issue include: the Australian Screen Editors and theCanadian Cinema Editors. They've supplied articles from their membership and more! Download it Now!