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August 20, 2008, 2:16 pm
The Directors Guild of Canada has announced the nominations for their annual awards. The Art of the Guillotine would like to congratulate the following editors of the DGC for being nominated in their perspective categories.
August 19, 2008, 2:15 pm
Only a handful of insiders really know what Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte have been up to these past few years. It is tantalizing to think about: the gossip, the canoodling, the shoes. These four beloved characters, who became pop-culture icons during the series' six-year run on HBO, will be a welcome sight for millions of ardent fans when Sex and the City: The Movie hits theaters this May.
August 19, 2008, 1:51 pm
Seminar Two: Moderated by Alan Heim A.C.E. with panelists, Mark Goldblatt A.C.E., Mark Helfrich A.C.E., Dan Lebental A.C.E., Paul Rubell A.C.E., and Rick Shaine A.C.E. This Panel discusses how to work on special effects heavy films such as Iron Man and Terminator each of the panelists gives their unique perspective. (Edit Fest 2008)
August 18, 2008, 2:13 pm
Universal Pictures’ The Incredible Hulk, directed by Louis Leterrier, stars Edward Norton as the tortured scientist who’s been poisoned by gamma radiation. Interestingly, Leterrier chose three editors to cut the feature. Here we talk to Rick Shaine, who shares editing credits with John Wright and Vincent Tabaillon, about the film’s workflow and the challenges of cutting an effects-heavy film.
August 18, 2008, 2:10 pm
It’s like some kind of dream for an editor — you get an endless supply of tapes, or digital files, and your job is to shape the content into a winning TV program that will engross skads of viewers once it’s passed muster with your producers, your director and the network. But there is no script. And you have to turn out a fresh, great-looking show every week. And the competition for those viewers could not be more fierce. And the tapes just keep coming and coming. It could...
August 14, 2008, 2:04 pm
As a music editor, one of my most time-consuming tasks is just finding music, and I have always clung to the wish that I could find a one-stop place to shop for source music. And, taking that wish a step further, that after finding, cutting and clearing those obligatory "name artist" soundtrack tunes, I wish I could type in a few keywords and then head off to the beach. For me, that wish was answered when I discovered MasterSource’s online music library and accompanying MasterSearch...
August 14, 2008, 2:01 pm
Assistant editor Kyle Gilman’s career path has forked in many directions, including a series of roads less traveled, as he works his way toward his first, inevitable, full editor position. Following his unconventional path, this past year the 28-year-old served as assistant on three features––all of them due for release this year: Choke (September) and Blind Date (TBA), both of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, and Lake City (TBA), which had its first screening...
August 12, 2008, 1:59 pm
The Austrailian Screen Editors Guild is calling for entries in its annual ASE "Elephant Stamp" Awards The categories include: Short Film, Television Dramea, Television Non-Drama, Documentary, Commercial and Feature Film.
Lawrence Jordan joins Gordon to discuss editing, 2-pop, and his new venture Master the workflow.
Tom Ohanian is legendary; he helped create Avid and make it the industry standard in post-production and now, he has released ...
Gordon sits down with Michelle Miller to discuss the makeup of PEN15
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