Daily Archives: January 28, 2019

ART OF THE CUT with the Oscar nominated editor of “Green Book”

ART OF THE CUT with the Oscar nominated editor of “Green Book”

Patrick J. Don Vito was just nominated for an Oscar for Best Editing for Green Book.  Previous feature film work includes My Life in Ruins, Movie 43, Walk of Shame…

Art of the Cut’s “Voices from Sundance” on editing “RBG”

Art of the Cut’s “Voices from Sundance” on editing “RBG”

In episode 3 of Art of the Cut’s “Voices from Sundance” series of podcasts, I spoke with Carla Guttierrez who edited the CNN Films documentary, “RBG…

Traveling While Black, a documentary in VR: trading pixels for emotions

Traveling While Black, a documentary in VR: trading pixels for emotions

Premiered at Sundance, Traveling While Black, directed by Roger Ross Williams, is a documentary  that does more than tell a story, it immerses the viewer in the narrative, thanks to…

Classic Course: Bilateral Blur

Classic Course: Bilateral Blur

Our next movie exploring blur effects dives into the mysterious, under-used Adobe After Effects plug-in Bilateral Blur. It is based on the concept that our eyes are much…

Voices from Sundance podcast with Phyllis Housen, editor, “Clemency”

Voices from Sundance podcast with Phyllis Housen, editor, “Clemency”

Here’s episode 2 of Voices from Sundance. This episode features Phyllis Housen, who edited the narrative feature film “Clemency.” She discusses her methodologies, her introduction to…

Solutions to Resolve 5: Taming Color Management – Part 1

Solutions to Resolve 5: Taming Color Management – Part 1

Color management in Resolve can be frustrating. In theory it should be a great alternative to using LUTs, but in practice it can produce surprising results with the blacks lifted…