Editing

Editing | Females in Film | Interviews | Los Angeles | Massachusetts

The Invisible Craft of Film Editing

9 Jun , 2016 | Written by Catherine Stewart | Posted by:

Fellow female filmmakers discuss work, life, and more in this new series, Females in Film. For this installment, NewEnglandFilm.com writer Catherine Stewart talks to the 2016 Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellow, Eileen Meyer about the invisible art of film editing.

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Editing | Interviews | Massachusetts

Documentary Editor: Anna Gustavi

21 Jan , 2016 | Written by Søren Sørensen | Posted by:

The most recent recipient of the Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellowship, Anna Gustavi talks to NewEnglandFilm.com about her background and current projects, the connection between fine arts and editing, and what editing software she uses.

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Editing | How To's

Strategies for Music and Sound Design (Part 3 of 3)

1 Apr , 2014 | Written by Scotty Vercoe | Posted by:

Defining an overall sonic approach to a project can be more than half the battle. The third part in our series about music and film covers the importance of the composer in filmmaking.

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Editing | How To's | New England

Final Cut Pro vs. Avid Media Composer vs. Adobe Premiere: Editors State Their Preferences

1 Mar , 2014 | Written by Maud Dillingham | Posted by:

With the emergence of Final Cut Pro X, Apple continues to make converts out of Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere editors, but every editor has their preferences, and their reasons for them.

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Editing | How To's

See, Spot, Run: Working with Composers, part 2 of 3

1 Feb , 2014 | Written by Scotty Vercoe | Posted by:

Whether face-to-face or virtual, having a productive “spotting session” is the key to opening lines of communication between directors and composers. Part two of our three part series about music and film covers describes the importance of the composer in filmmaking.

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Company/Organization Profiles | Editing | New England

Boston Creative Pro User Group Nurtures New England Filmmakers

1 Dec , 2013 | Written by Maud Dillingham | Posted by:

Boston Creative Pro User Group (BOSCPUG) connects area filmmakers and editors for information, networking, and inspiration.

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Editing | Filmmaking | How To's

Shivers from Timbres: Building Emotional Soundtracks, part 1 of 3

24 Nov , 2013 | Written by Scotty Vercoe | Posted by:

Examining music’s emotional effect is an essential part of developing effective soundtracks. Part 1 in our three part series about music and film covers the elusive element of emotion in music and how it can be used to best accompany visual media. Additional articles in the series will cover music spotting sessions and film scoring.

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Recap: Most Popular NewEnglandFilm.com Stories of 2012

3 Jan , 2013 | Written by Michele Meek | Posted by:

Here's a recap of NewEnglandFilm.com's 15 most popular stories from 2012 and five stories from the archives with the most views.

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Editing | How To's

Opening Credits: Who, What, Where, When and Why

1 Aug , 2012 | Written by Peter Bohush | Posted by:

Opening credits are a functional as well as creative part of movies. Telling the audience who is in the movie, as well as other known talent such as writers, directors and composers, sets the stage for what’s to come. Check out an example here.

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Editing | How To's | Technology

Hey You, Get Onto My Cloud

1 Jul , 2012 | Written by Peter Bohush | Posted by:

Don't want to shell out $2,599 for Adobe's software? Now you can rent it with the Creative Cloud, a new subscription model.

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