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February 26, 2021, 1:49 pm
The Trial of the Chicago 7: Film editor Alan Baumgarten and writer-director Aaron Sorkin detail the complex narrative structure of the Netflix original film, including how the philosophy behind the film's music shifted entirely during post production, and how the whole mixture was meant to depict a country flying off the rails.
February 26, 2021, 1:48 pm
By Patrick Birk We’ve all needed to find ways to escape reality since the pandemic began, and movies have given many of us that much-needed transport. They allow us to get lost in a different time and a different place. Two films that were just what 2020 needed were Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 and Christopher Nolan’s Tenet. Continue reading → February 25, 2021 The post Wonder Woman and Tenet Sound Designer Richard King appeared first on postPerspective.
February 26, 2021, 1:47 pm
WB Sound's Renee Tondelli and Julian Slater discuss their realistic approach to sound on Netflix's historical drama The Trial of the Chicago 7, which skillfully intercuts the different perspectives of anti-war protesters with courtroom scenes during an infamous trial in 1969.
February 25, 2021, 1:47 pm
At the beginning of 2019, Aurélie Lajoux explained CGEV‘s work on The Emperor of Paris. She then worked on many shows such as The Mustang, Vernon Subutex and Comment je suis devenu super-héros. Today, she talks us about her work on the Netflix series, La Revolution...
February 24, 2021, 2:10 pm
In 1997, I had started studying law at university in Australia. But actually I was more interested in filmmaking and ‘special effects’. One day, I was in the main street of the Sydney CBD when I randomly walked into one of the comic book stores there.
February 20, 2021, 1:35 pm
Film and television visual effects company VFX Legion delivered all of the effects for ‘Nocturne,’ director Ze Quirke’s feature film debut, for ‘Welcome to Blumhouse.’ Amazon Studios joined forces with Blumhouse Television to create the theme-related series showcasing emerging filmmakers who bring a fresh perspective to the horror genre. Legion’s team produced a mix of complex computer-generated effects that helped elevate the visceral fear and foreboding evoked by the thriller’s untraditional occult theme.
February 20, 2021, 1:34 pm
Today I’m talking with Arthur Schmidt, ACE. Arthur won an Emmy and an ACE Eddie for his editing of Michael Mann’s film, The Jericho Mile back in 1979 and has been winning awards and cutting iconic films ever since. He was nominated for an Oscar and an ACE Eddie for Coal Miner’s Daughter. Nominated for [...]Read More...
February 19, 2021, 1:45 pm
In researching some rental gear and resources for an upcoming project, I found myself falling down a VFX rabbit hole. There is a sequence in a upcoming project that will be relatively VFX heavy, and I wanted to find the best way to not only shoot the sequence, but also to assemble stock video elements, models, assets and textures. Then with that I would also know what remaining elements I would need to be create from scratch.
Editor Sam Rice Edwards joins us from the UK to discuss his work on the Youtube documentary Life In A Day 2020.
Gordon sits down with Marco Capalbo to discuss editing for Werner Herzog and crafting Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds. ...
Editor Mikeel Nielsen and Sound Designer Nicolas Becker discuss creating the film The Sound of Metal. We explore how to make ...
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