14 lectures about: Editing
There's always more beneath the surface. Descend into the underworlds of “M,” the serial adaption of Fritz Lang's 1930’s masterpiece, with its cinematographer, production designer and editor, as they shed light on their multi-layered collaboration.
Director and editor Susan Korda gets critical. Don't worry, it's for your own good: sharing skills learnt from Walter Murch and Michael Rabiger, Susan shows you how to turn mistakes into the stuff of editing room magic.
Sharing tools learnt from Walter Murch and Michael Rabiger, director and editor Susan Korda lays bare secrets of the editing room in a practical case study.
Journeying back and forth in time to meansure the impact of past revolutionaries on the present, Andres Veiel (Beuys, Competition) and João Moreiera Salles (In the Intense Now, Panorama) confront the changing natures of historical images.
“Good editing is like good sex,” exclaims editor and director Susan Korda (One of Us). “You create an expectation in your audience – and then you fulfil it.” Sharing tools learnt from Walter Murch and Michael Rabiger, Korda lays bare secrets of the editing room.
Sharing tools learnt from Walter Murch and Michael Rabiger, director and editor Susan Korda lays bare the secrets of the editing room, helping your film to discover you.
A tight-knit crew of Talents screen two episodes of their captivating and visually stunning mini-series, The Nest, and talk about how behind–the-scenes teamwork is a recipe for onscreen success.
HBO executive Steve Matthews and editor Molly Stensgaard (Norskov) reveal how to find the cinematic language of a drama series, stay true to narrative frameworks and react to contingencies met along the way.
"The space between someone writing a letter and someone reading it eventually gives birth to a sort of intermediate character", describes Portuguese director Ivo M. Ferreira the deeper narrative structure of his movie Cartas da Guerra. Certainly a mu…
The close collaboration between scriptwriter, director, and editor serves in the creation of a tightly crafted film by expanding upon the script, manifesting the story through the actors, and restructuring the story again in the editing room. How do …
Films find their form in the editing room. Raw footage must be scrupulously sculpted to take on the appropriate form that will best convey the weight of its content. Susan Korda, editor, director, writer and lecturer at Columbia University, as well a…
Where storytelling is concerned, the three different stages of the filmmaking process – the development of the script, shooting with actors and finally, the editing of the film – can crucially influence the narrative structure. But to what extent…
The Cutting Crew is an in-depth discussion about the essence of cinema editing and the role of the editor in the filmmaking process. A panel of editors who have worked on films ranging from Hong Kong Kung-Fu to feature documentaries debate …