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Conversations With Film and TV Editors

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Conversations With Film and TV Editors

    Art of the Cut, Ep. 160: "Euphoria" Editors, Julio C. Perez, Aaron I. Butler, and Laura Zempel

    Art of the Cut, Ep. 160: "Euphoria" Editors, Julio C. Perez, Aaron I. Butler, and Laura Zempel

    Today we’re talking with all three editors of the amazing HBO series, Euphoria. Julio C. Perez, ACE, is a co-producer and supervising editor on Euphoria, and has been nominated for ACE Eddies for the last three years, including one for the pilot of Euphoria—and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for editing the feature film It Follows.

    He also edited Under the Silver Lake, which premiered at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, and Malcolm and Marie with director Sam Levinson.

    Aaron I. Butler, ACE, is an Emmy-winning and two-time ACE Eddie-nominated editor. He’s edited Kanye’s Jesus Is King and the feature JT Leroy. He also cut the Emmy-nominated documentaries Cry for Syria and American Winter.

    Laura Zempel has edited HBO’s Room 104 as well as AMC’s Dispatches from Elsewhere. She recently cut Josephine Decker’s latest feature The Sky is Everywhere for Apple and A24.

    The editing on Euphoria is unique and there’s a lot to discuss.

    Thanks to Frame.io for their support of Art of the Cut and their pledge to keep this content coming your way. Click here to read this interview along with extra content at blog.frame.io, where you'll also find expert guides, tutorials, and insights from veteran filmmakers across the film and TV industry.

    • 50 min
    Art of the Cut, Ep. 159: "The Northman" Editor, Louise Ford

    Art of the Cut, Ep. 159: "The Northman" Editor, Louise Ford

    Today we’re speaking with Louise Ford about editing the Robert Eggers film, The Northman.

    Louise was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Editing for her last Robert Eggers film, The Lighthouse. Her filmography also includes features including Bad Education, Wild Life, Don’t Breathe, and another Robert Eggers film, The Witch.

    Thanks to Frame.io for their support of Art of the Cut and their pledge to keep this content coming your way. Click here to read this interview along with extra content at blog.frame.io, where you'll also find expert guides, tutorials, and insights from veteran filmmakers across the film and TV industry.

    • 38 min
    Art of the Cut, Ep. 158 (Japanese Edit): "Drive My Car" Editor, Azusa Yamazaki

    Art of the Cut, Ep. 158 (Japanese Edit): "Drive My Car" Editor, Azusa Yamazaki

    In this special Japanese language episode of Art of the Cut, we’re speaking with Azusa Yamazaki, the editor of Drive My Car, which won an Oscar for Best International Feature Film and a BAFTA for Best Film Not in the English Language. Azusa has edited numerous feature films, including Asako I & II, Dream of Illumination, and The Ark in the Mirage.

    Special thanks to Naoki Tanaka for interpreting this interview. Naoki is a friend of Azusa, and they have known each other since film school.

    Thanks to Frame.io for their support of Art of the Cut and their pledge to keep this content coming your way. Click here to read this interview along with extra content at blog.frame.io, where you'll also find expert guides, tutorials, and insights from veteran filmmakers across the film and TV industry.

    • 1 hr 27 min
    Art of the Cut, Ep. 158: "Drive My Car" Editor, Azusa Yamazaki

    Art of the Cut, Ep. 158: "Drive My Car" Editor, Azusa Yamazaki

    Today we’re speaking with Azusa Yamazaki, the editor of Drive My Car, which won an Oscar for Best International Feature Film and a BAFTA for Best Film Not in the English Language. Azusa has edited numerous feature films, including Asako I & II, Dream of Illumination, and The Ark in the Mirage.

    She has also cut several TV series in her native Japan. Our discussion was through an interpreter—Naoki Tanaka—who is a friend of Azusa’s from film school.

    Thanks to Frame.io for their support of Art of the Cut and their pledge to keep this content coming your way. Click here to read this interview along with extra content at blog.frame.io, where you'll also find expert guides, tutorials, and insights from veteran filmmakers across the film and TV industry.

    • 32 min
    Art of the Cut, Ep. 157: "Everything Everywhere All at Once" Editor, Paul Rogers

    Art of the Cut, Ep. 157: "Everything Everywhere All at Once" Editor, Paul Rogers

    In this interview, we discuss the film Everything Everywhere All at Once with the film’s editor, Paul Rogers.

    Paul has also edited the feature film The Death of Dick Long—which I saw in a packed house at Sundance a few years ago— and another called You Cannot Kill David Arquette. He’s also edited the TV series Dream Corp LLC and The Eric Andrew Show.

    Thanks to Frame.io for their support of Art of the Cut and their pledge to keep this content coming your way. Click here to read this interview along with extra content at blog.frame.io, where you'll also find expert guides, tutorials, and insights from veteran filmmakers across the film and TV industry.

    • 35 min
    Art of the Cut, Ep. 156: "Death on the Nile" and "Belfast" Editor, Úna ní Dhonghaíle

    Art of the Cut, Ep. 156: "Death on the Nile" and "Belfast" Editor, Úna ní Dhonghaíle

    In this interview, we discuss two recent films edited by Irish film editor, Úna ní Dhongaíle, ACE, BFE. Belfast is a Best Picture Oscar nominee, and Úna was nominated for an ACE Eddie and a BAFTA for Best Editing for the film.

    She also edited the beautiful and evocative Agatha Christie mystery, Death on the Nile. Úna’s other credits include editing the film Stan and Ollie, and the TV shows Wallander, The Crown and Les Misérables.

    Our discussion of the craft will touch on how to create a sense of pace within a single shot, the value for a director to see cuts as he’s shooting, and the value of using your own life experiences to empathize with the story on screen. Let’s dive in!

    Thanks to Frame.io for their support of Art of the Cut and their pledge to keep this content coming your way. Click here to read this interview along with extra content at blog.frame.io, where you'll also find expert guides, tutorials, and insights from veteran filmmakers across the film and TV industry.

    • 1 hr 9 min

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