The bond between a film director and editor is often an enduring one.
Todd Haynes' "Wonderstruck," based on the illustrated novel by Brian Selznick, is structurally complex but designed to be appreciated by children and adults alike.
When the time came for filmmaker Guillermo del Toro to post his Cold War period fantasy/drama The Shape of Water, he returned to Deluxe's all-inclusive post facility in Toronto.
Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve Studio managed the color pipeline, including on-set dailies and final grade, for Kenneth Branagh's "Murder on the Orient Express."
James Tonkin of Hangman was tasked with covering the development of Robbie Williams' 2017 European tour, from rehearsals to live shows in the U.K. and Europe.
In 2013, an elite crew of firefighters was dispatched to battle a wildfire in Yarnell, Ariz. Their heroic efforts are the subject of the film "Only the Brave," which premiered on Oct. 20.
A few years ago we'd have been forgiven for assuming that by 2017, all storage would be solid state.
'Murder on the Orient Express' editor Mick Audsley talks to Neal Romanek about collaborating with Kenneth Branagh, a 65mm workflow and how sometimes it's good to have to wait.
I recently spoke with Tyler Nelson, one of the four series editors, who was given the opportunity to move from the assistant chair to that of a primary editor on 'Mindhunter.'
Ai Weiwei approached shooting 'Human Flow' with the idea that he would take advantage of modern filmmaking tools such as camera phones and drones to show new perspectives.
"Everything that I admire and love about documentary film was inherent in this material."
"We're trying to pluck together the best stuff into a coherent scene in the funniest way possible."
"We are working with the sound as much as we are working with the image when we are editing the movie."
"Because there is more room in the post schedule, and we are not up against airdates, we have a lot more flexibility in the editing."
"The whole movie is orchestrated to whatever Baby is listening to at the moment."