108 episodes

Conversations With The Top Film And TV Editors Of Today

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 • 52 Ratings

Conversations With The Top Film And TV Editors Of Today

    97: “Schitt's Creek” Editor Trevor Ambrose

    97: “Schitt's Creek” Editor Trevor Ambrose

    On todays episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast Steve talks with editor Trevor Ambrose about his work on “Schitts Creek.” Trevor recently won the ACE Eddie for Best Editing Comedy Series for Commercial Television for the episode “Happy Endings.” Trevors work on the series has also garnered him an Emmy nomination, won him the Canadian Cinema Editors Award, and a DGC Team Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series. Enjoy the episode!

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    • 49 min
    96: “My Octopus Teacher” Editor, Writer & Director Pippa Ehrlich

    96: “My Octopus Teacher” Editor, Writer & Director Pippa Ehrlich

    On this special weekend episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast, Steve talks with Pippa Ehrlich, who - as editor, writer and director - won a BAFTA, won the ACE Eddie for Best Documentary Editing AND is nominated for an Oscar for her very first production “My Octopus Teacher.” “My Octopus Teacher” follows a filmmaker who forges an unusual friendship with an octopus living in a South African kelp forest. The film was co-directed by James Reed and was also written and edited by Dan Schwalm who couldn’t join Steve for this discussion. Enjoy the episode!

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    • 43 min
    95: “Justice League” Editing Team

    95: “Justice League” Editing Team

    On this weeks episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast, Steve talks with the editing team behind the Zach Snyder cut of “Justice League.” The team is comprised of David Brenner, ACE, Carlos Castillon and Dody Dorn, ACE. David won an Oscar for “Born on the Forth of July.” He also edited “Independence Day”, “2012”, “The Day After Tomorrow” and the 2017 cut of “Justice League.” Carlos was an assistant editor on “Spider-Man: Far from Home” and first assistant editor on “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, the 2017 cut of “Justice League” and “Aquaman.” Dody was nominated for an Oscar for editing “Memento”, he also edited films such as “Fury”, “Power Rangers” and “Kingdom of Heaven.” Enjoy the episode!

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    • 49 min
    94: “The Dissident” Editing Team

    94: “The Dissident” Editing Team

    On today’s episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast, Steve talks with the editing team of the documentary "The Dissident." The documentary uncovers the shocking facts and proof of the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi by the orders of the Saudi Crown Prince. "The Dissident” editing team is comprised of Scott D. Hanson, James Leche, Wyatt Rogowski, and Avner Shiloah. Scott's work includes several narrative features like "Coming 2 America" and "Dolemite is my Name." His doc credits include "Feed Evolution" and “McMillions" among others. James's previous work includes “Gilbert", "The Devil We Know" and the TV doc series "Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults." Wyatt's filmography includes "Fire on the Hill", "Sweet Micky for President", and the TV series "The American West.” A partial list of Avner's filmography includes "VHYes", "Endings, Beginnings" and "The Director and the Jedi.” Enjoy the episode!

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    93: “Dick Johnson is Dead” Editor Nels Bangerter

    93: “Dick Johnson is Dead” Editor Nels Bangerter

    On today episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast, Steve talks with recent ACE Eddie nominated editor Nels Bangerter about the documentary "Dick Johnson is Dead." Nels already won the International Documentary Association and Cinema Eye Honors Awards for his work on this film. Previously, Nels cut director Kristen Johnson’s other award winning documentary, “Cameraperson" as well as the documentaries "Let the Fire Burn" and "You See Me" among others. Enjoy the episode!

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    • 49 min
    92: “The Father” Editor Yorgos Lamprinos

    92: “The Father” Editor Yorgos Lamprinos

    On todays episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast, Steve talks with Yorgos Lamprinos about the Oscar nominated film "The Father." Yorgos is an editor of Greek origin living and working in Paris. In addition to "The Father" being nominated for the Best Picture Oscar, Yorgos is nominated for Best Editing for the film. He has already won The British Independent Film Award for Best Editing for "The Father." In his 14 years in the editor's chair, he has won several French SeeZar and Greek Iris Awards for Best Editing. Enjoy the episode!

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    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

Leah in LA ,

A great listen!

I always love listening to other editors talk about their process and their craft. This does not disappoint!

J.P. 25 ,

Great film editing podcast

As an editing teacher this is a great resource to use with my students along with Steve’s Art of the cut book. The podcast covers new and exciting work that keeps the students engaged. Thanks for doing this Steve!

ChristophersRants ,

Finally about craft

Finally a editing podcast that actually talks craft and technique and the process, not just software questions but actually craft and real questions to editors about their ideas and why. I love this podcast so much no superficial conversations it’s so nice.

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