Art of the Cut

Art of the Cut with Fred Raskin, editor of HATEFUL EIGHT

Art of the Cut with Fred Raskin, editor of HATEFUL EIGHT

Fred Raskin, A.C.E. has edited a number of great projects including 2014’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Fast and Furious.” As an assistant editor, he worked on…

ART OF THE CUT WITH KIRK BAXTER, A.C.E. on cutting “Gone Girl” in Premiere

ART OF THE CUT WITH KIRK BAXTER, A.C.E. on cutting “Gone Girl” in Premiere

Kirk Baxteredited one of the first major feature films cut in Adobe Premiere Pro. He has worked primarily with director David Fincher, winning Academy Awards for “The Social…

Art of the Cut with Dan Zimmerman, A.C.E. of “Mazerunner: The Scorch Trials”

Art of the Cut with Dan Zimmerman, A.C.E. of “Mazerunner: The Scorch Trials”

Art of the Cut is taking you behind the scenes with three movies today, all cut in the last few years by Dan Zimmerman, A.C.E., including&nbsp…

Art of the Cut with Steve Audette of FRONTLINE

Art of the Cut with Steve Audette of FRONTLINE

Steve Audette, ACE has been editing at WGBH since 1990, mostly as the Senior Editor on two of PBS’s flagship products, NOVA and Frontline. His latest documentary just won…

Art of the Cut with the editors of “Hunger Games – The Mockingjay Part 2”

Today’s Art of the Cut interview are the co-editors of the blockbuster film, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2,” with a fascinating discussion including the geography of editing…

Art of the Cut with “Brooklyn” editor Jake Roberts

Art of the Cut with “Brooklyn” editor Jake Roberts

Today’s Art of the Cut interview is with editor Jake Roberts, who, along with director John Crowley, sculpted “Brooklyn” from actress Saoirse Ronan’s subtle and…

Art of the Cut with Joe Walker on “Sicario”

Art of the Cut with Joe Walker on “Sicario”

This is a deep-dive of “Art of the Cut” editing wisdom from Joe Walker. I first spoke to Joe when he was nominated for an Academy Award…

Art of the Cut: The Martian with Cheryl Potter

Art of the Cut: The Martian with Cheryl Potter

A follow-up to my interview with 2-time Oscar winning editor, Pietro Scalia and “The Martian.”  To dive deeper into workflows, project management and the talented post team on…

Art of the Cut with Pietro Scalia on The Martian

Art of the Cut with Pietro Scalia on The Martian

In this installment of Art of the Cut, we talk to multi-Oscar-winning editor, Pietra Scalia about The Martian, his latest film collaboration with director Ridley Scott…

Art of the Cut with Eddie Hamilton of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Art of the Cut with Eddie Hamilton of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Eddie Hamilton’s list of credits is envious, starting with feature film editing credits in 1998 and kicking into high gear with 2010 with the Kick-Ass movies, X…

Art of the Cut with Sidney Wolinsky

Art of the Cut with Sidney Wolinsky

On this installment of Art of the Cut, Sidney Wolinsky talks about cutting some of the top TV shows on television. With 33 episodes of “The Sopranos” plus episodes of…

Art of the Cut with Fabienne Bouville, ACE

Art of the Cut with Fabienne Bouville, ACE

Fabienne Bouville,  ACE, will be among a select group of editors featured in Manhattan Edit Workshop’s Sight, Sound and Story event on June 13th featuring the likes…

The Art of the Cut: With Andy Grieve, editor of “Going Clear”, “We Steal Secrets”, “The Armstrong Lie” and others

The Art of the Cut: With Andy Grieve, editor of “Going Clear”, “We Steal Secrets”, “The Armstrong Lie” and others

Andy Grieve will be among a select group of editors featured in Manhattan Edit Workshop’s Sight, Sound and Story event on June 13th featuring the likes of Michael…

The Art and Science of “THE BIG BANG THEORY”

The Art and Science of “THE BIG BANG THEORY”

One of the most popular shows on TV is “The Big Bang Theory.” I spoke to the editor, Peter Chakos, and his assistant, Todd Morris about how they cut the…

The Art of the Cut: “12 Years a Slave” Editor, Joe Walker

The Art of the Cut: “12 Years a Slave” Editor, Joe Walker

It’s not often that Hollywood’s stars publicly recognize the great stewardship that an editor of a film has of their performance. But it’s a long journey between…