38 episodes

Conversations With The Top Film And TV Editors Of Today

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    • TV & Film

Conversations With The Top Film And TV Editors Of Today

    Voices from Sundance: "Scare Me" Editor Patrick Lawrence

    Voices from Sundance: "Scare Me" Editor Patrick Lawrence

    BONUS EPISODE! For our fourth bonus Sundance episode, Steve talks with Patrick Lawrence about “Scare Me.” You might recognize Patrick’s work on the Netflix show “Bonding."

    The Voices from Sundance series is sponsored by Endcrawl. Endcrawls cloud render engine turns around preview renders in minutes, and 2k and 4k renders in about a half hour. The Endcrawl render engine is on-demand 24/7 so even if you're in a late night session, you can sign in to your project, fix that typo — or add that late-breaking special thanks — with one click. Listeners of the Art of the Cut can skip the waitlist if you sign up using endcrawl.com/aotc. This is a limited time offer so if you want to skip the line go to endcrawl.com/aotc today!

    The Art of the Cut podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and tell an editor friend!

    • 29 min
    34: Walter Murch, ACE Part Two

    34: Walter Murch, ACE Part Two

    Part two of Steve’s conversation with editing legend Walter Murch, ACE. If you missed part one, check out episode 32 of the Art of the Cut Podcast!

    In this episode, Steve and Walter talk about 5 films that Walter asked Steve to watch before the interview. You will hear from Walter as he talks about "The Conversation", "Particle Fever", "Romeo is Bleeding", "The Talented Mr. Ripley" and "The Godfather."

    If you don’t know, Walter is one of the most accomplished editors of our time having edited 66 films over the last 6 decades. Some of his most well known work includes “The English Patient”, “Apocalypse Now”, “Godfather Part II”, and “THX 1138” just to name a few. Walter is a multiple Oscar, Eddie, Emmy, and BAFTA nominee and winner for his work as both an editor and sound editor.

    This weeks episode is brought to you by Studio Network Solutions. Studio Network Solutions combines state-of-the-art shared storage hardware with intuitive media management software, and powerful integrations for Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Avid, and Final Cut Pro Ten. Visit http://studionetworksolutions.com/AOTC/ and start creating amazing content, faster.

    The Art of the Cut podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and tell an editor friend!

    • 51 min
    Voices From Sundance: “Dinner in America” Editor Adam Carter Rehmeier

    Voices From Sundance: “Dinner in America” Editor Adam Carter Rehmeier

    BONUS EPISODE! For our third bonus Sundance episode, Steve talks with writer-director-editor Adam Carter Rehmeier about his comedy “Dinner in America.” Adam’s previous work includes feature films “The Bunny Game”, and “Jonas."

    The Voices from Sundance series is sponsored by Endcrawl. Endcrawls cloud render engine turns around preview renders in minutes, and 2k and 4k renders in about a half hour. The Endcrawl render engine is on-demand 24/7 so even if you're in a late night session, you can sign in to your project, fix that typo — or add that late-breaking special thanks — with one click. Listeners of the Art of the Cut can skip the waitlist if you sign up using endcrawl.com/aotc. This is a limited time offer so if you want to skip the line go to endcrawl.com/aotc today!

    The Art of the Cut podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and tell an editor friend!

    • 37 min
    33: “The Rhythm Section” Editor Joan Sobel, ACE

    33: “The Rhythm Section” Editor Joan Sobel, ACE

    On this weeks episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast Steve talks with “The Rhythm Section” editor Joan Sobel, ACE. As an assistant editor, Joan worked on "Boogie Nights" and on "Kill Bill: Vol. 1" and "Kill Bill: Vol. 2" under legendary editor Sally Menke. Joan also edited the Oscar winning short “The Accountant” and more recently “Nocturnal Animals."

    This weeks episode is brought to you by Studio Network Solutions. Studio Network Solutions combines state-of-the-art shared storage hardware with intuitive media management software, and powerful integrations for Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Avid, and Final Cut Pro Ten. Visit http://studionetworksolutions.com/AOTC/ and start creating amazing content, faster.

    The Art of the Cut podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and tell an editor friend!

    • 44 min
    Voices From Sundance: “Spree” Editor Benjamin Moses Smith

    Voices From Sundance: “Spree” Editor Benjamin Moses Smith

    BONUS EPISODE! For our second bonus Sundance episode, Steve talks with Benjamin Moses Smith about his work on the comedy thriller “Spree.” Benjamin's previous credits include the features “Feast of Burden” and “Wobble Palace.” Benjamin has also worked on various TV series such as “Adam Ruins Everything” and “The Onion News Network."

    The Voices from Sundance series is sponsored by Endcrawl. Endcrawls cloud render engine turns around preview renders in minutes, and 2k and 4k renders in about a half hour. The Endcrawl render engine is on-demand 24/7 so even if you're in a late night session, you can sign in to your project, fix that typo — or add that late-breaking special thanks — with one click. Listeners of the Art of the Cut can skip the waitlist if you sign up using endcrawl.com/aotc. This is a limited time offer so if you want to skip the line go to endcrawl.com/aotc today!

    The Art of the Cut podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and tell an editor friend!

    • 25 min
    32: “Coup 53” Editor Walter Murch, ACE

    32: “Coup 53” Editor Walter Murch, ACE

    Today we have an extremely exciting episode! This is part one of a series of interviews Steve did with editing legend Walter Murch, ACE. If you don’t know, Walter is one of the most accomplished editors of our time having edited 66 films over the last 6 decades. Some of his most well known work includes “The English Patient”, “Apocalypse Now”, “Godfather Part II”, and “THX 1138” just to name a few. Walter is a multiple Oscar, Eddie, Emmy, and BAFTA nominee and winner for his work as both an editor and sound editor.

    This weeks episode is brought to you by Studio Network Solutions. Studio Network Solutions combines state-of-the-art shared storage hardware with intuitive media management software, and powerful integrations for Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Avid, and Final Cut Pro Ten. Visit http://studionetworksolutions.com/AOTC/ and start creating amazing content, faster.

    The Art of the Cut podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and tell an editor friend!

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

Joshua A. Mangrum ,

Amazing!!!

It’s so great to hear from pro editors of some of my favorite recent movies, Steve does a great job of curating the questions, and for up and coming editors this podcast is a must listen!!!

Derek Andrews Jr ,

Great Resource for Aspiring Film Editors

Thank you Steve for such an inspiring and insightful podcast about the craft of film editing. As an aspiring film editor it encourages me in my pursuit of becoming one.

-Derek

TravelingDP ,

Excellent and informative!

Steve Hullfish is very knowledgable in the art and craft of editing. Having his expertise makes for a very informative interview. It's interesting because when a new movie comes out he usually has the editor who worked on that film. Like the editor of "Joker" and "My Name is Dolemite." If you're interested in the craft of editing or of a specific film, give a listen to at least one of Steve's episodes.

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