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December 15, 2010, 9:37 am
For our first EditFest Short Cuts we decided to reach for the stars. We got two of them! On January 20th, 2011 at 7PM, at New York's Helen Mills Theater, please join us for an intimate discussion of the editing process through the work of film editor Craig McKay, moderated by distinguished author/editor Bobbi O'Steen. EditFest Short Cuts is produced by ACE and Manhattan Edit Workshop and presented by The Moving Pictures Collective NYC.
American Cinema Editors (ACE) launched EditFest LA - a unique event, dedicated to the art of film editing . This weekend series of screenings, talks, Q&A sessions and parties proved an entertaining way to shine a spotlight on an amazing and often misunderstood art. A year later, Manhattan Edit Workshop offered to co-produce EditFest NY, the east coast extension of EditFest and the blockbuster editing event of the Summer! Both shows have become wildly popular weekends for both fledgeling and veteran editors as well as film-lovers and enthusiasts. Now in it's third year, EditFest is growing again - with EditFest Short Cuts! These "mini EditFests" are in-depth talks with a single editor, aimed at taking a deeper look into one artist's body of work.
For our first EditFest Short Cuts we decided to reach for the stars. We got two of them! On January 20th, 2011 at 7PM, at New York's Helen Mills Theater, please join us for an intimate discussion of the editing process through the work of film editor
, moderated by distinguished author/editor Bobbie O'Steen. EditFest Short Cuts is produced by ACE and Manhattan Edit Workshop and presented by
The Moving Pictures Collective NYC.
WHERE - New York's Helen Mills Theater, 139 West 26th Street
WHEN - Thursday January 20th, 2011 7PM sharp
Early Bird tickets $25 through December 31st
Discounted $15 for students and members of the following groups (please enter the promotional codes below in the comments box on our registration page to receive discount).
Please choose the EditFest Shortcuts Event - Craig McKay $35 on the "Special Workshops" drop down tab on the registration page and the discount will be reflected after registering.
January 16, 2017, 6:01 pm
The Oscar fields of Visual Effects, Sound Editing and Sound Mixing are technical awards that often go to big-budget blockbusters, action films and epics — though successful musicals occasionally pull off an ambush in sound categories. So who will earn nominations in these races when the final contenders are announced on Tuesday, January 24?
January 16, 2017, 6:01 pm
Cinema is an image. Story is a cut. While there are stunning examples to the contrary, most of film’s narrative history could be boiled down to editing. Many say the final re-write of a film is done in the editing room, where a director and editor truly craft the story into its most concise, impactful form. Cutting is taking the massive heap of clay comprised of fragmented images and molding them carefully into a feature experience.
January 16, 2017, 10:21 am
In 2014, Ferran Domenech told us about the animation work of MPC on GODZILLA. He then worked on NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB, THE LEGEND OF TARZAN and FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM. He talks to us today about his work as a VFX Supervisor.
January 16, 2017, 10:21 am
It was nearly a year ago that we got the last substantial update about Orson Welles‘ long-overdue final feature, The Other Side of the Wind. After an initial fundraising campaign intended to help those involved with the production complete the un-edited film in time for Welles’ 100th birthday in May 2015 didn’t meet its goal, there was word that Netflix was discussing “the completion of the feature film for theatrical and streaming release and creation of a full-length documentary.” We finally have new development on the project, thanks to a Hollywood legend, and one of the stars of the film.
January 16, 2017, 6:35 am
Inspired by effects magazine Cinefex and repeated viewings of “Star Wars,” Dutch compositor and environments artist Justin van der Lek used professional breakdancing to fund a degree in graphic design. Then he jetted to LA to follow his dreams.
January 16, 2017, 6:34 am
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