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The Showroom hits 20

The Showroom boasts it’s position as Sheffield’s only true independent cinema and focuses on showing a mix of independent, art house and mainstream movies. It’s links with the BFI, also mean it has regular opportunity to show some of the best re-issues released throughout the year. 422 more words

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Podcast: Walter Murch on Editing, Technology and Films

http://kamlabhattshow.com/content/900910/maincontent/mp3/broadband/WalterMurch_KamlaShow.mp3

LISTEN: Academy Award Winning Editor Walter Murch 

Mention Walter Murch and you will get two kinds of reaction.  The first is one of instant recognition. 226 more words

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Fourth seminar - 17th February

On Tuesday 4th February, we had our fourth and final seminar with Charlotte Crofts. For our homework, we had been asked to refine our editing challenge ideas, but also to prepare a professional media CV. 359 more words

UWE

Book Review: In the Blink of an Eye – 2nd Edition

Publisher: Silman-James Press

Release Date: August 1, 2001

“Many of the thoughts that follow… are therefore more truly cautionary notes to myself; working methods I have developed for coping with my particular volcanoes and glaciers.

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Walter Murch To Be Honored By Locarno Film Festival With Vision Award

ROME – Walter Murch, the multiple-Oscar-winning U.S. film editor and sound designer, whose name is closely linked to 1970’s directors such as George Lucas (“THX 1138″ and “American Graffiti”) and Francis Ford Coppola, will be honored by the Locarno Film Festival with its Vision Award – Nescens dedicated to those whose intuitions and skills have left their mark on film history. 284 more words

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Lessons of Editing.

Editing teaches you what you need to assemble a film. You learn you don’t need fifty takes of an actor standing up from a chair when all that was missing was a “look” at the end of the shot. 658 more words

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The Other Side of the Wind

Citizen Kane was one of the movies that made me aware of movies. I’d seen hundreds of them, but I’d never really thought about who made them. 1,353 more words

Film Preservation