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October 21, 2008, 6:20 pm
The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television have announced the winners of the first of three industry award evenings. In total, 32 awards were presented. To see the winners in the film editing category you can look to the link below.
The Gemini Awards have announced the winners on the first night of three awards nights. Below is a list of editors who were awarded last night.
Best Picture Editing in a Documentary Program or Series
Roderick Deogrades for 100 Films and a Funeral
Best Picture Editing in an Information Program or Series
Avi Lev for The Fifth Estate (Brian Mulroney: The Unauthorized Chapter
To read more or see the other categories check out the Gemini Awards website.
May 17, 2010, 4:33 pm
An in-depth discussion about DaVinci Resolve on the Mac: what this means for the world of color correction, different options offered in the DaVinci range, key features which DaVinci offers and the Blackmagic strategy for making high-end tools affordable and within reach of everyone.
May 17, 2010, 4:33 pm
Due to my work schedule, I did not attend the NAB convention in Las Vegas this year. Which, as it turns out, is a pity, because it was probably one of the most interesting gatherings in quite some time. Lots of interesting announcements on various fronts, involving some of the more significant players in our business, including Arri (with the Alexa camera line),
May 17, 2010, 4:32 pm
I’ve been a bit busy lately, both personally and professionally, which has resulted in a bit of time between posts. Personally, I moved (from Woodland Hills, in the San Fernando Valley, to Playa Vista, near Marina Del Rey) about 3 weeks ago. This represents a kind of homecoming for me, only a year after coming home from a few years in Florida, as I lived in the Marina on and off for almost 10 years.
May 16, 2010, 4:31 pm
Andrew Weisblum was the perfect choice when director Darren Aronofsky needed a "hungry editor" for his reality-based film The Wrestler. After 13 years of assisting, primarily in New York, Weisblum had only edited a handful of features (including The Darjeeling Unlimited and Broken English). The pair had met when Weisblum was visual effects editor on Aronofsky’s last film, The Fountain.
May 16, 2010, 4:29 pm
Thanks to his role in Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler, Mickey Rourke’s trophy room will soon need a renovation. The awards that he’s been nominated for, or already won, are piling up, but the man who deserves maybe the most thanks is a name very few are familiar with: Andrew Weisblum.
May 15, 2010, 4:28 pm
I had occasion to become familiar with Lightroom recently. A friend loaned me a Canon 5D and I wanted to look at the raw files I was making. Adobe is running a public beta for Lightroom 3 and I downloaded it. What a slick piece of work. The first time you use it, overlays appear above the interface explaining how it’s organized and giving you enough information to get started.
May 14, 2010, 4:27 pm
Editors Brian Kates (ACE), Craig McKay (ACE), Jay Rabinowitz (ACE), Tim Squyres (ACE) and Chris Tellefsen (ACE) discuss their experiences in feature film editing. Go to www.editfestny.com for information on this year's event.
May 14, 2010, 4:27 pm
One year ago today, I started this blog. 45 posts later, I realize that I might have something worth continuing and never imagined the incredible support I would get from readers, as well as terrific bloggers like Craig Simpson, Jason Bellamy, Ed Howard amongst others (please visit all of the blogs listed on the right side of this page) who usually comment here.
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