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How to Be a Good Director, According to an Editor

Julien Chichignoud explains what is good production from an editor’s standpoint. ASSEMBLE YOUR TEAM: Get an Editor I tend to think that my role is important on a film. Regardless of how well you know Final Cut, Avid, Premiere or iMovie, get someone else to edit. After several days on set trying to get the Read MoreRead More

Unbroken: Editing Angelina Jolie’s War Drama

Editors William Goldberg and Tim Squyres discuss what it was like working on Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut. “I don’t think anybody can edit a film to be the best it can be by themselves,” editor Tim Squyres, ACE, told me when I asked him about his first time as co-editor. “You need to push each Read MoreRead More

Chinatown Editor Sam O’Steen on Film Editing

Vashi Nedomansky explores the editing philosophy of Sam O’Steen (Chinatown, Rosemary’s Baby, Cool Hand Luke, The Graduate) Sam O’Steen has edited some of the most memorable films in Cinema history. CHINATOWN, ROSEMARY’S BABY, THE GRADUATE and COOL HAND LUKE are just some of the classic films he crafted shot by shot. Both Sam and I Read MoreRead More

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