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    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 • 52 Ratings

Conversations With The Top Film & TV Creators Of Today. Catch new episodes each week wherever you listen to podcasts

    "Lego Masters" Editors Karl Kimbrough & Sara Scotti

    "Lego Masters" Editors Karl Kimbrough & Sara Scotti

    On this weeks episode of the Art of the Frame Podcast, Scott Simmons sits down with two of the editors behind the hit FOX competion show "Lego Masters." In addition to working on both seasons of "Lego Masters", supervising Editor Karl Kimbrough has also worked on shows like "The Biggest Loser", "Running Wild with Bear Grylls", and "World of Dance." Sara Scotti was a lead assistant editor on "The Biggest Loser", assistant editor on episodes of "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles", and was a post production assistant on 9 episodes of "The Sopranos." Enjoy this episode and make sure to subscribe for more!

    Check out "Lego Masters" on FOX & HULU

    Want to hear more from Scott? Check him out on Twitter @EditBlog or check out his archive of content on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • 51 min
    Crossing the 180 w/ Kimmy Gatewood, Director of the Netflix Rom-com "Good on Paper"

    Crossing the 180 w/ Kimmy Gatewood, Director of the Netflix Rom-com "Good on Paper"

    Welcome to another episode of Crossing the 180 with host Ron Dawson. This week, Ron talks with director Kimmy Gatewood about the Netflix rom-com "Good on Paper." Kimmy has an impressive CV as a television writer, editor, actor, and primarily director. Her narrative feature debut is the Netflix Original "Good on Paper" written by and starring comedian Iliza Schlessinger. 

    On this episode we take a deep dive into Kimmy's career. From her early days doing improv, to her television career, to what it was like directing this feature. Along for the ride is guest co-host Tehana Weeks of We Make Movies. Tehana is a talented actress in her own right who also has an improv background, so the two of them geek out on that a bit. Stick around for the post-interview discussion Tehana and I have.


    Good on Paper Trailer
    Girls 5 Eva Trailer
    Kimmy Gatewood
    Ron on Twitter

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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Editors on Editing w/ "In the Heights" Editor Myron Kerstein, ACE

    Editors on Editing w/ "In the Heights" Editor Myron Kerstein, ACE

    Welcome to another episode of Editors on Editing, presented by American Cinema Editors! On todays episode, Glenn talks with editor Myron Kerstein, ACE about his work on the HBO Max hit film "In the Heights." Myron has edited such films as “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Garden State” as well as episodes of “Girls” and “Home Before Dark." In 2019, he was nominated for an ACE Eddie for his work on "Crazy Rich Asians." We hope you enjoy the episode!

    Thanks again to ACE for partnering with us on this podcast, check out their website for more.

    Want to see more interviews from Glenn? Check out "Editors on Editing" here.

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    • 45 min
    Crossing the 180 w/ "In the Heights" DP Alice Brooks

    Crossing the 180 w/ "In the Heights" DP Alice Brooks

    On this episode of Crossing the 180 we have Alice Brooks, director of photography for Jon Chu's adaptation of Lin Manuel-Miranda's Broadway musical sensation "In the Heights." Alice shares about her artistic inspirations, the complexity in shooting musicals and choreographed dancing, how they performed some of those more complex scenes from the movie (like the dancing on the side of the building scene), and some of the technical challenges they faced and how they overcame them.

    This is the first episode where I have guest co-hosts. This is something I'll do from time to time to make for a deeper, more engaging conversation. Today we have two actors, Tehana Weeks and Sapna Gandhi. Tehana and Sapna are part of the film collective We Make Movies, which provides resources, workshops, productions services and insurance for filmmakers. (If you're interested in learning more about the film competition they mentioned near the end of the show, click here.)

    As two women of color in this business, Tehana and Sapna were the perfect pair to have an engaging conversation about the colorism controversy surrounding the movie. In short, there's been some backlash from those who feel the movie, despite being focused on a LatinX community, had no Afro-Latino leads, a demographic that is prevalent in the Washington Heights area of New York where it takes place. The conversation we have is after the main interview and does a good job addressing both sides of the issue.

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    • 1 hr
    Emmy Winning Live TV Editor Mark Stepp

    Emmy Winning Live TV Editor Mark Stepp

    On todays episode of the Art of the Frame Podcast host Scott Simmons talks with live TV editor Mark Stepp. Mark has edited dozens of live shows including the MTV Movie Awards, the Billboard Music Awards, New Years Eve Live, CMA Awards and many more. He has also edited episodes of "American Idol" and "America’s Got Talent." Mark won Primetime Emmy's in 2010 and 2012 for Outstanding Picture Editing for a Special for the 25th Anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert & for The 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony respectively. Mark was also nominated for Primetime Emmys for the 75th & 76th Annual Academy Awards. Enjoy the episode!

    Want to hear more from Scott? Check him out on Twitter @EditBlog or check out his archive of content on ProVideo Coalition.

    The Art of the Frame 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.

    • 45 min
    Editors on Editing w/ "Army of the Dead" Editors Dody Dorn, ACE & Carlos Castillon

    Editors on Editing w/ "Army of the Dead" Editors Dody Dorn, ACE & Carlos Castillon

    Today we are excited to bring Glenn Garland on to host an audio version of his ever popular series "Editors on Editing." This new podcast, in partnership with the fantastic folks over at American Cinema Editors (ACE), will bring conversations with your favorite editors into your car, living room, editing suite and beyond. 

    On this episode we have editors Dody Dorn, ACE and first assistant editor Carlos Castillon to talk about the Zach Snyder film "Army of the Dead." Dody is an Oscar nominated editor who has had a long career in the industry with credits such as “Memento”, “The Abyss”, “Fury” and Zach Snyder’s cut of “Justice League.” Carlos was the first assistant editor on “Justice League” and “Aquaman” and an assistant editor on “Spider-Man: Far from Home” and “300: Rise of an Empire.” Make sure to check out "Army of the Dead" on Netflix!

    Huge thanks to ACE for partnering with us on this podcast, check out their website for more.

    Want to see more interviews from Glenn? Check out "Editors on Editing" here.

    The Art of the Frame 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.

    • 56 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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