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  • The Wiggle Expression

    The Wiggle Expression

    August 2, 2011, 3:19 pm
    As we mentioned earlier, we've been busy this year creating an extensive, multi-course video training series based on our popular beginner's book After Effects Apprentice. Each course has two or more movies that are free for all to view; we're re-posting those videos here on PVC to make sure you don't miss them. This movie demonstrates how to use one of our favorite expressions: Wiggle.

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      Digital Asset Management Conference

      December 21, 2009, 5:45 am
      February 17th and 18th in Universal Hilton, Universal City, CA This conference and expo will shape the standards and explore the urgent global issues of digital asset management in the entertainment and media sector. This two day professional conference is comprised of keynote presentations, expert panels, and educational sessions from technology leaders and industry insiders. The event also features an expo floor of exhibitors and industry sponsors providing a unique opportunity to explore spe

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      Ramy Katrib: Founder and CEO, Digitalfilm Tree

      December 21, 2009, 5:45 am
      When FCP hit the world back in 1999 the program was regarded as a video editing application. For those wishing to work with film, and match the negative to the edit produced within Final Cut, this was a formidable challenge. Those at a Los Angeles based edit facility known as DigitalFilm Tree were pioneers who broke through the wall of expensive post production and made film editing using FCP possible. Ramy Katrib, Founder and CEO of DigitalFilm Tree, was instrumental in making this happen...

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      Digital Tree, Hollywood

      December 21, 2009, 5:44 am
      When Walter Murch was investigating using Final Cut Pro to edit Cold Mountain, he and his assistant, Sean Cullen, visited a Los Angeles post facility known as DigitalFilm Tree to see what was possible. This resulted in a $999 piece of software being used to edit an eighty million dollar feature film.

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      Editors Guild New Board Members

      December 20, 2009, 5:43 am
      The Motion Picture Editors Guild has announced their new board member line up. Their board includes editors Maysie Hoy, Pam Wise and John Lafferty. It also has Assistant editors, sound editors and more. Check out the editors guild site to find out more!

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    • Christmas Linkage December 09
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      Christmas Linkage December 09

      December 19, 2009, 5:43 am
      Scott Simmons Editblog's Xmas Linkage!

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      Sam Pollard on Editing Mo 'Better Blues

      December 19, 2009, 5:42 am
      Sam Pollard's background was primarily in documentaries, serving as a director and producer of PBS' EYES ON THE PRIZE, as well as the specials PAVAROTTI IN CHINA and episodes of NOVA, when he was enlisted for Spike Lee's music drama MO' BETTER BLUES.

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      Interview with Editor Howard Smith

      December 19, 2009, 5:41 am
      Equally comfortable with glossy thrillers and contemplative mood pieces, Howard Smith brings his insightfulness about the aesthetics of editing to this December 1990 interview, conducted during the editing stages of the Kathryn Bigelow film POINT BREAK.

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    • I Will Judge You by Your Sequence
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      I Will Judge You by Your Sequence

      December 18, 2009, 5:41 am
      As a freelance business, I visit many offices from which I have received a problematic phone call. "Our in house editor is sick/vacation/doesn’t work here anymore/gave up/ran away and we need someone to come fix, um, I meant finish our production/broadcast/video for us."

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      Mick Audsley Part 1, Imaginarium

      December 17, 2009, 5:39 am
      From his long history with Stephen Frears to his work with directors like Mike Newell, Neil Jordan and John Madden, Mick Audsley has, over 30 years, proven himself to be one of the finest editors in Britain. The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, due for release December 25, is his second collaboration with director Terry Gilliam.

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      Mick Audsley on Cutting 12 Monkeys

      December 17, 2009, 5:39 am
      Mick Audsley has worked extensively with Stephen Frears (including MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDRETTE, PRICK UP YOUR EARS, SAMMY AND ROSIE GET LAID and THE GRIFTERS), and also edited Neil Jordan's INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE. His earlier projects include working on sound for Peter Greenaway's gargantuan mock-documentary THE FALLS. Audsley's friend, editor Lesley Walker (who worked on FISHER KING), suggested him to Gilliam for TWELVE MONKEYS when she was unavailable — coincidentally, cutting a Stephen...

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