“Mike Wallace is Here” and Why Those Tough Questions Really Matter
Director Avi Belkin examines how Wallace's work changed the standards of broadcast journalism, while unpacking the personal qualities that made him tick.
Giant Steps Are What You Take: Managing the Amazing Material in “Apollo 11”
"What started out as a simple editing exercise—could we tell the entire story of the mission using only archival materials—turned into a cooperative effort...
How ‘Hale County This Morning, This Evening’ Redefines the Documentary
"The film closes the distance between people by inviting close looking, and in turn close feeling, and allows the audience the feeling of witnessing...
Chaos and Cinema: Editing ‘The Image Book,’ Godard’s Visceral Video Essay
"Filming is a sort of postproduction," director Jean-Luc Godard says.
‘Random Acts of Flyness:’ Speaking a New Visual Language
The HBO series "incorporates and commingles animation, documentary, confession, satire, music video, and magic-realist fantasia."
‘Searching:’ How a Story is Told Through Computer Screens
"It's a true storytelling feat, married with sharp editing that makes the entire effort not only seamless, but also wholly intuitive."
AI, JFK: Video Assembles Kennedy’s Undelivered Dallas Speech
'JFK Unsilenced' allows audiences to hear the speech delivered in the president's own voice
Literal Found Footage: Managing the Material for ‘Wild Wild Country’
"Every combination you can think of went into this series. We just embraced the aesthetic defects and differences—creating an interesting visual...
Assembling the Amazing Archival Material for ‘That Summer’
Göran Olsson's documentary uses long-long footage of Edith and Edie Beale 'to evoke memories in a contagious way.'
From Concept to Completion: ‘SNL’ Video ‘A Kanye Place’
Building a cornfield, CG monsters and perfect pop culture comedic moment in under 36 hours
Sounds and Silence: Designing the Dread for ‘A Quiet Place’
"We were all very excited about the idea that in this film, the audience is really going to pay attention to every sound in...
Video Essay: What Does a Wes Anderson Film Sound Like?
"How Wes Anderson creates moments of wonder, tension, and dramatic atmosphere through his use of sound"
Think Small: Alexander Payne and Kevin Tent Reteam for ‘Downsizing’
The bond between a film director and editor is often an enduring one.
Edward Lachman, ASC, Develops the Visual Language for ‘Wonderstruck’
Todd Haynes' "Wonderstruck," based on the illustrated novel by Brian Selznick, is structurally complex but designed to be appreciated by children and adults alike.
The Magic Happens for ‘Shape of Water’ at Deluxe Toronto
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...