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    Invisible Art/Visible Artists 2010

    September 22, 2010, 3:44 pm
    A new film about the leading editors of today Followed by a discussion with Oscar-winners Christina Innis, A.C.E & Bob Murawski, A.C.E. (The Hurt Locker) and John Refoua, A.C.E. (Avatar)


    Invisible Art/Visible Artists 2010

    DATE: Sep 21, 2010
    Time: 7:00 P.M.
    Location: The Ray Stark Family Theatre, SCA 108, George Lucas Building, 900 W. 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007

    A new film
    about the leading editors of today

    Followed by a discussion with
    Oscar-winners Christina Innis, A.C.E
    & Bob Murawski, A.C.E.
    (The Hurt Locker)
    and John Refoua, A.C.E. (Avatar)

    7:00 P.M. on Tuesday, September 21st

    The Ray Stark Family Theatre
    George Lucas Building, SCA 108
    900 W. 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA

    Free admission. Open to all. No RSVP necessary.



    "A dynamic way of provoking our film students into discussing the depth of the contributions that editors bring to filmmaking."

    - Norman Hollyn, Associate Professor, Editing Track Head, USC School of Cinematic Arts


    "Watching the most talented editors speaking about their approach to the most interesting material gives incredible insight into the editorial process."

    - Phillip Linson, Vice Dean, Production and Post-production, Director, Sony Digital Arts Center
    Senior Filmmaker-In-Residence: Editing, American Film Institute


    "What a fantastic opportunity to share the insights of all these wonderful editors! Such a unique view of the craft of editing--it's like having the editors come to school and give a master class. It's just great."

    - Pat Jackson, Cinema Department, San Francisco State University
    Motion Picture Editors Guild member


    "The editors share the invisible secrets of the art, generously bequeathing it to future generations. It should be required viewing in all film schools."

    - Julian Semilian, Film Editing Faculty, North Carolina School of the Arts


    About Invisible Art/Visible Artists 2010

    American Cinema Editors Education Center presents Invisible Art/Visible Artists 2010, a feature documentary film that captures the Academy Award Nominees for Best Editing discussing their art before a full house at the American Cinematheque's Egyptian Theater the day prior to the Academy Awards, moderated by Academy Award-winnner Alan Heim, A.C.E. These distinguished editors (from the films AVATAR, DISTRICT 9, THE HURT LOCKER, INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS, and PRECIOUS) reveal their individualized approaches to storytelling and openly discuss their philosophies, their influences, their visions and, most significantly, their working relationships with their directors.

    Following the film, there will be a panel discussion with these top editors:


    CHRISTINA INNIS, A.C.E.
    ACADEMY AWARD WINNER, THE HURT LOCKER

    BOB MURAWSKI, A.C.E.
    ACADEMY AWARD WINNER, THE HURT LOCKER

    JOHN REFOUA, A.C.E.
    ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE, AVATAR

    ALLAN HOLZMAN, A.C.E.
    PRODUCER, DIRECTOR, INVISIBLE ART, VISIBLE ARTISTS



    The discussion will be moderated by USC Professor Norman Hollyn, featuring the Academy Award nominees from the film. USC graduate students Ryan Woods and Reed Simonsen edited with USC Adjunct Professor Allan Holzman.


    Contact Information:

    Allan Holzman
    Email Address: 716@wgn.net

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