All posts tagged "Editing"

  • go Midnight Traveler: a Family’s Phones Document the Refugee Crisis

    Midnight Traveler, a new documentary from producers Emelie Coleman Mahdavian and Su Kim, uses one of our most familiar possessions to personalize the refugee crisis: the...

  • follow link Our Time: Carlos Reygadas Discusses His Daily Routine, Thoughts on Relationships, and How Cinema is Like Fishing

    In a noisy world, Mexican auteur Carlos Reygadas makes cinema centered on presence. In that presence, something much bigger occurs beyond the topographically satisfying plotlines...

  • see url Cannes: With Frankie, Ira Sachs Invites Audiences To Find The Extraordinary In The Ordinary

    Director Ira Sachs has found his greatest inspirations from cinema outside of the US. With filmmakers like Éric Rohmer, Yasujirō Ozu, and Abbas Kiarostami held...

  • Cannes: In His Feature Debut, Ukrainian Director Nairman Aliev Seeks Out A Universal Story With Homeward

    Armed with a master’s degree and memberships to the Ukranian and European Film Academies, Nairman Aliev now represents his native country Ukraine in the Un...

  • Where The Movie Came to Life: How Editor Bob Murawski Brought The Other Side of the Wind Back from the Dead

    This Fall, following a tour of the prestigious festival circuit, Orson Welles’ long lost Hollywood satire The Other Side of the Wind, became available to...

  • Making the Cut: Breaking Down the Keys to Finding the Most Compatible Editor For Your Feature

    Editing is a fascinating part of moviemaking for a lot of reasons, but perhaps mostly because of its endless possibilities, and the fact that there...

  • Moonshot Moviemaking: To Cut Outside the Box, Live an Outside-the-Edit-Bay Life and Treasure All Your Footage

    Big league moviemaking is a fast-paced sport. With every at-bat moviemakers are expected to be able to square up a blazing fastball and tear up...

  • How They Did It: Why Storyboarding was Crucial to Creating the Gothic Big House of The Lodgers

    A brief history lesson: After the Cromwellian invasion of Ireland in the 17th century, when Irish land was confiscated from Irish Catholics to pay British Protestant soldiers,...

  • The Cutting Edge: Tips on Working Better With Your Editor, From the Sundance NEXT FEST 2017 Panel

    Cinema royalty descended on Downtown Los Angeles from August 10-13, 2017 for another year of Sundance NEST FEST: from Quentin Tarantino, who received the Sundance...

  • The Best Film Schools in the U.S. and Canada 2017: Film Programs to Shape You Into the Next Moviemaking All-Star

    Perhaps you’re someone who dreams of a career in moviemaking, and has come to the realization that the discipline, experimentation and personal relationships that flourish in...