Welcome to a special podcast series from Steve Hullfish and ProVideo Coalition! For the next few weeks, in addition to the regular Tuesday episodes of the Art of the Cut, we will be releasing Steves conversations with the editors of the top films at Sundance Film Festival 2020.
For our tenth bonus Sundance episode, Steve talks with Gil Seltzer about editing the documentary “Aggie.” Gil started his career as an editor for Anderson Cooper’s “360” at CNN and won the Audience Award at Sundance 2018 for the film “Transmilitary.” Happy listening!
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