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March 9, 2015, 12:18 pm
This is the final instalment of our interview with David Moritz. David has worked with some amazing directors, and in this episode we talk about his work in comedy with Judd Apatow. In particular, we discuss ad-libbing and structuring a scene that isn’t scripted.
March 2, 2015, 11:56 am
Here’s part two of my interview with David Moritz, originally recorded during Editors Retreat 2015. David’s work began after he started as a music editor and transitioned to editor under the mentorship of Richard Marks. He began working with Wes Anderson when Wes directed his first feature, Bottle Rocket. Since then his career has taken off and he’s become one of the top editors and fixers in the industry.
February 23, 2015, 3:46 pm
I sat down with David Moritz in Daytona, Florida, during the 2015 Editors Retreat. He had talked about his work with the group the previous day, and the two of us sat down for an interview on the beach overlooking the ocean. We talked for over an hour and because of this I’ve broken it into 3 parts. What you are listening to is part one.
March 26, 2013, 10:23 am
An editor unknowingly affects the world of a guy just trying to get though his day. Written and Directed by Jeremy Hunt Director of Photography - Benji Bakshi Producer - Preston Clay Reed Editors - Jeremy Hunt, Wayne Shepherd Sound Design - Ryan Dennee VFX - Jeremy Hunt, Wayne Shepherd autodesk.com/editingmeetseffects sdmfx.com
November 30, 2012, 4:29 pm
In this episode we wrap up our interview with Jeff Wolf discussing the various comedic styles of Waters, Sandler and Leary. As well as comedic timing and Wolf’s favorite guilty pleasure film. Interestingly, if you listen to all four episodes you will notice that Wolf talks about the comedic timing of the actors, their delivery...
November 21, 2012, 12:43 pm
Comedy editing is one of the more difficult styles of editing. If the actors delivery is off, the timing is off and as an editor, you need to "Try" to fix it for pacing and timing in the overall film. Not everyone is meant to...
November 21, 2012, 9:28 am
Comedy editing is one of the more difficult styles of editing. If the actors delivery is off, the timing is off and as an editor, you need to "Try" to fix it for pacing and timing in the overall film. Not everyone is meant to cut comedy films and shows, editors who may excel in one style of comedy editing might not excel in another.
If you saw the article on Film School Rejects about The lazy backlash against CGI, I want to know your thoughts? Is the au...
We all know multiple NLE's these days, if you have a choice on a project, what NLE do you choose and why?
In June 2015, Gordon hosted a panel for Manhattan Edit Workshop's "Sight, Sound and Story" event. The panel wa ...
In this episode, Gordon interviews Dan Lebental about his process for editing the latest Marvel extravaganza, Ant-Man. We now ...
The latest film post production news in under 5 minutes. This week's news includes Sennheiser fiscal, Disney honours, Aa ...
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