October 13, 2010, 09:05 AM
Film festivals are a great way for people in the filmmaking community to get out there and expand their circle. Great movies and world premieres aside, VIFF hosted a series of workshops at its Film+TV Forum, where I was fortunate to witness Academy award-winning Stephen Mirrione deliver a powerful, engaging presentation on the importance and impact of the editor in the filmmaking process. I have been a big fan of Mirrione's work for many years, so this was a special occasion for me.
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