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April 17, 2012, 7:15 pm
An Interview with Angus Wall, A.C.E., & Kirk Baxter, A.C.E. by Michael Cameron One of the most talked about films of the last holiday season was based on the first book of the globally popular Millennium Series trilogy from late Swedish author Stieg Larsson. Each novel inspired its own movie in Sweden and their dark...
January 8, 2013, 3:58 pm
Now you can download the full PDF issue to your computer. We will roll out each issue every quarter so even if you don’t have internet, you can read at your own leisure. Click the magazine to download! (Warning, the file is over 100MB so it will take several minutes to download.)
June 20, 2012, 10:09 am
by Nathan Cole In 1979, a film simply titled Alien was released. It was a film that would forever leave its mark on the cinematic landscape. Containing equal parts intelligent science fiction and unnerving horror, it effortlessly immersed the audience in a realistically futuristic setting that provided the right amount of claustrophobia to nurture the [...]
June 20, 2012, 10:09 am
By Nathan Cole Almost any frame from Moonrise Kingdom could look like an illustration torn from an old book one might have found in their grandmother's library. Every shot is filled with meticulously crafted details: the props, the set decoration, the costumes, and even the music all work together to create a language completely original [...]
June 19, 2012, 2:42 pm
By Saleem Aziz The 12th annual Invisible Art, Visible Artists (IAVA) event opened at The Egyptian Theatre with barely any room to get in. Even as the theatre was packed with film editing enthusiasts anxiously waiting for the event to start there was still a line outside - and for good reason. Inside the theatre [...]
June 19, 2012, 2:42 pm
By Walter Fernandez Jr. Last February 18th, the ACE Eddie Awards marked two decades of celebrating excellence in editing at the Beverly Hilton hotel's International Ballroom. "I am your host, Patton Oswalt, F.A.T.," joked the actor/writer/comedian referencing ACE's tag of distinction for members in title credits and throughout this very magazine. "I haven't seen this [...]
June 19, 2012, 2:34 pm
Part of the 2011 ACE Equipment Survey included a section where ACE members could provide advice or some technical know-how to share with CE readers and colleagues. Here is a selection of those surveyed who offered up some of their savvy: Sonny Baskin, A.C.E. Add a frame or two of duplicate action when cutting from...
June 15, 2012, 8:43 am
Interview with William Hoy, A.C.E., By Michael Cameron Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is set to be one of the most interesting blockbusters of the year, or any other year for that matter. The story is a brilliant re-imagining of our 16th President, as the title suggests, fighting against the forces of darkness. The trailer contains...
February 27, 2012, 11:13 am
On December 7, 2011, Paul Haggar, former Executive Vice President of Paramount Pictures Feature Post-Production, died suddenly and with him passes away the last vestige of classic Hollywood. He was unique among post-production heads, a legendary icon who ran Paramount's department with a firm hand. When I first came to the...
February 27, 2012, 11:06 am
An Interview with Lynne Ramsay and Joe Bini By Michael Cameron The new film We Need To Talk About Kevin pairs two equally unique and masterful talents, director Lynne Ramsay and editor Joe Bini, to create one of the finest films of 2011. Ramsay is one of the greatest filmmakers of her generation, which may...
When we discuss editing style we generally end up having one of two conversations. Either we talk about the very very old, th ...
The first day of NAB has wrapped and here's all the announcement highlights in a video that is less than 5 min.
There are so many types of comedies – slapstick, screwball, romantic, satirical, dark – but only one way to do it ...
What do you do to unwind at the end of a long day in the cutting room?
What drives you nuts that you wish people on set would stop doing?
There are films we all recognize to have great sound but what ones have you seen that needs more recognition and why?
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