Here is an interview with Bill Hornbeck about editing in the silent period from an old ACE newsletters. Thanks to Stuart Bass, A.C.E. for this.
“So, You’re An Editor…” The hilarious take on our professions, created by an ACE member. And, no, he didn’t get fired because he couldn’t handle FCP (see the comment section).
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The LA Film School sponsored a seminar on editing in early 2007, hosted by Joe Byron. The panel included editors Stuart Bass, A.C.E., Tchavdar Georgiev, and Stephen Rivkin, A.C.E. along with assistant editors Andrew Charlton, Meagan Keane, and Alan McCurdy. It was moderated by Harry Miller, A.C.E.. Click here to view part one of this four part series. Topics include how each got into the film business, collaboration in the edit suite, creativity and the use of technology, and finally a Q&A with the students. The series is posted on the web site Digital Content Producer, from the publishers Millimeter magazine. The 2008 Eddie Awards are on-line on the HD Expo site.
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