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  • The Fine Cut

    The Fine Cut

    June 8, 2009, 7:00 pm
    The Fine Cut is run by Steven Santos, an editor in New York. In it he looks at editing technique and cutting approaches.

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    • Oscars 2018: Final Predictions in All 24 Academy C
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      Oscars 2018: Final Predictions in All 24 Academy C

      January 18, 2018, 1:45 pm
      On Tuesday, Jan. 23, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will unveil nominations for the 90th annual Oscars. It’s been a season marked, refreshingly, by a lack of frontrunners in most major categories. Combined with an extended phase two this year (thanks to the Winter Olympics), it ought to make for a spirited sprint to the finish line after the races are firmed up next week.

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    • JUMANJI - WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE: Glenn Melenhorst
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      JUMANJI - WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE: Glenn Melenhorst

      January 18, 2018, 11:22 am
      In 2016, Glenn Melenhorst explained the Iloura’s work on the 6th season of GAME OF THRONES. He then worked on the 7th season and on OUTCAST and JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2.

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    • 5 Quick Tips for Editing Music in Your Video Proje
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      5 Quick Tips for Editing Music in Your Video Proje

      January 18, 2018, 11:22 am
      For film and video editors, using music in your videos is a great way to liven up scenes and present more enjoyable information. However, simply dropping in a track and letting it play can wear thin. In this video tutorial from Cinecom, Jordy Vandeput dives into audio editing advice and offers up some simple tricks of the trade he’s developed to keep his videos fun and upbeat.

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      See With Your Ears: Spielberg And Sound Design

      January 18, 2018, 7:20 am
      A look at how sound design can structure a movie scene.

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      Video Essay: Informed Images

      January 18, 2018, 7:20 am
      VIDEO ESSAY: #InformedImages: “Rebecca,” “The Passionate Friends,” “Rear Window” and “Phantom Thread”

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    • Adobe After Effects For Absolute Beginners
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      Adobe After Effects For Absolute Beginners

      January 18, 2018, 7:20 am
      Learn how to use Adobe After Effects in 2018 with my ABSOLUTE BEGINNER COURSE on Udemy! The course will cover everything you need to create your own awesome motion graphics and visual effects!

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    • Animation Awards for Film-Makers at The 2018 Edinb
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      Animation Awards for Film-Makers at The 2018 Edinb

      January 18, 2018, 7:20 am
      We’re offering a clutch of new awards and prizes for film-makers from the films selected for exhibition at our 2018 edition including cash prizes, industry opportunities, trophies, film festival invitations, and inclusion on curated programmes for our festival partnerships for the best films including animations selected for exhibition at our 2018 edition!

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      Getting Started with Pro Tools

      January 17, 2018, 4:46 am
      This free video tutorial brought to you in association with Avid is the fourth in a series, aimed at people who are new to recording or new to Pro Tools. We follow the development of a demo recording from the point of view of someone with no prior experience of recording.

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    • Editing the ACE nominated Molly's Game by Steve Hu
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      Editing the ACE nominated Molly's Game by Steve Hu

      January 17, 2018, 4:46 am
      Aaron Sorkin has long been known for great writing and smart TV drama. On Molly’s Game, he steps into the role of writer/director and collaborated on the project with three editors: Elliot Graham, Alan Baumgarten, ACE and Josh Schaeffer. The film was recently nominated for an ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic. For this interview, we talked to Baumgarten and Shaeffer. Baumgarten has edited since the early 1990s on TV series starting with Eerie, Indiana and on features: The Lawnmower Man, Meet the Fockers, The Heartbreak Kid, Zombieland, Joy, and American Hustle (for which he won an ACE EDDIE and was nominated for an Oscar). He also won an Emmy for his work on the series, Recount. Schaeffer has edited numerous features and TV series. He was an additional editor on Kong: Skull Island and is editing the upcoming Pacific Rim: Uprising. The other editor, Elliot Graham, had previously edited the film Steve Jobs, which Sorkin had written, and other films, like Milk, Superman Returns and was additional editor on X-Men 2 and Amazing Spider-man 2.

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      Tips on Recording Bomb Audio with a Handheld Recor

      January 17, 2018, 4:46 am
      Capturing good audio is just as (if not more) important as capturing good images. Lavalier and shotgun mics are great options because they allow you to not only get close to the source of your audio but they are designed to stay out of or hidden inside the frame. However, if you don't have either of these types of mics (in which case, you should definitely think about investing in them), an inexpensive handheld recorder, like the Zoom H1 or H4n, works really well as long as you know how to position and conceal it in your scene. Here to give you some tips on how to do that is Darious Britt of D4Darious.

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