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    November 19, 2010, 11:39 am
    Having completed the edit on Catch A Fire for Phil Noyce*, Jill Bilcock is ensconced in an edit suite at England’s Shepperton Studios when she picks up the phone to talk about working on The Libertine. A duck had just laid eggs outside the room, having nested in a gutter. Bilcock walks past sheep each morning at 8am to get to the edit room, a windowless, charmless space where the pride of place is occupied by her Lightworks editing gear. "I’m one of the last editors left to use this gear,"...

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