Killer Joe Editor Is Influenced by Precedents

July 24, 2012, 12:28 PM

Darrin Navarro came to editing via a familiar path: An interest in movies led him to film classes at Los Angeles City College. Within a week or two of seeing what could be done by manipulating the choice of moving images, he knew this was the job for him. A professor got him an internship filing trims with Roger Corman’s New Horizon company, which led Navarro to kick around the low-budget exploitation world for a while, picking up gigs as he could.

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