Go Behind the Editorial Workflow of 'Gone Girl'

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In the below featurette, editor Kirk Baxter and his post-production team describe the editing process on David Fincher's Gone Girl.

Gone Girl is the first major studio film to be edited solely on Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Says post-production engineer Jeff Brue, "The entire idea behind this production workflow was to bring the effects closer to editorial."

Watch below.


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