Editing the Crash Sequence of 'Flight' - Creative Planet Network

Editing the Crash Sequence of 'Flight'

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Editor Jeremiah O'Driscoll talks to The New York Times about his work editing the harrowing crash sequence of Flight. He says, "You have to put together the scene so that it works technically. But then once it’s all together, you have to go through and create a little bit of chaos with it. Sometimes you don’t want every camera pan to land. Sometimes you cut to Denzel when he’s in the middle of a sentence. I’m trying to keep everything in this relentless, chaotic pace.”

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