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In the past there have been many good reasons why someone might choose to hire or work with a remote editor, however during the time of Covid-19 it’s become more of a necessity. If you’re planning on working with an off-site editor, there are some things you can do that will:
Erik Angra is an American director, cinematographer, and editor. Son of Indian immigrants, he is the youngest person to receive the sole credit of editor on a Ken Burns film. He began his career touring alongside hardcore punk musicians across the US, releasing the footage in 2006, featuring rare performances from some of the last shows at the infamous CBGBs in New York.
Editor Mike Hugo recently spoke with us about his work on Hypochondriac, a the story of a young potter whose life begins to unravel thanks to childhood trauma. Hugo also discusses where he draws inspiration and what initially drew him to this project.
There are a few ways to have a career in editing for the film / video / new media industry. Film school could give you the training, you could assistant edit for the assistant editor for x years unpaid until someone dies and you move up, or you could grind out your friends’ music videos for $500 until someone takes a chance on you, etc etc. All very available routes, although I’ll be discussing a different approach. Just start editing.
In the Sundance film, Chiqui, Chiqui and Carlos emigrate from Colombia to New Jersey to find a better life for themselves and their unborn son. Upon their arrival, they quickly realize that the American dream is not as easy to achieve as they thought. We recently spoke with Editor Sophia de Baun about her experience working on "Chiqui," including collaborating with other production pros and her favorite editing sequence.
Gabriel Rhodes, the editor of the Oscar-nominated documentary Time, talked with us about his work on the film. Gabriel, a veteran doc editor who cut Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. (Special Jury Prize Sundance 2018), Newtown, and The Witness, worked closely with director Garrett Bradley to showcase the harmful impact of the prison-industrial complex through the compelling story of Fox Rich, who has fought for her husband’s release from prison for the past two decades. Gabriel blended over 20 years of video diaries, present-day interviews and verité footage, using Adobe Premiere Pro to pull it all together.
When it comes to bringing a story to life with sound, there's more to it than meets the eye... or ear. Woody Woodhall, CAS is President of Allied Post Audio in Santa Monica, CA and is an award winning supervising sound editor, sound designer and rerecording mixer. He has sound supervised and mixed feature films, documentaries and for television he’s VO recorded, sound edited and mixed hundreds of episodes of programming for MTV, Comedy Central, Food Network, Nat Geo, History, USA Network and VH-1 to name a few.
We recently conducted a series of interviews to cover some of the production professionals being highlighted and represented at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, which is running from June 8 - 19th.
An official selection of the 2021 Cannes Film Festival from award-winning writer/director Justin Chon, Blue Bayou is the moving and timely story of a uniquely American family fighting for their future. Editor Reynolds Barney talked exclusively about how he became a part of the project—as well as his challenges (and favorite sequences!)