Hidden Magic Revealed

March 1, 2009

‘The Invisible Cut: How Editors Make Movie Magic’ will stand as a deft introduction to the “invisible art” of editing and would prove highly useful as a textbook. […]

An Interpretive Anthropology

January 1, 2009

John Thornton Caldwell, a Professor of Cinema and Media Studies at UCLA, has published an up-to-date field study of contemporary production. […]

Film Editing: The Art of the Expressive

September 16, 2008

‘Film Editing: The Art of the Expressive’ by Valerie Orpen is a highly theoretical examination of editing as an essential but greatly misunderstood aspect of motion picture production. […]

Attack of the Killer Bs

July 1, 2008

Da Capo has given us ‘The B List’ with film critics’ picks and observations about “low-budget beauties, genre-bending mavericks and cult classics.” […]

Coloring Book

May 1, 2008

The tools for color correction will evolve fairly rapidly and there may be a necessity for a second edition of this book at a certain point in the future. […]

L’Arrivée du 3D

May 1, 2008

The book is a thorough, precise, comprehensive and deeply revealing analysis of its subject. […]

Seeing Is Believing

March 1, 2008

‘The Eye is Quicker’ a book about editing that would best stand alongside Walter Murch’s In the ‘Blink of an Eye’ on an editor’s bookshelf. […]

The Unheard Magic

January 1, 2008

Some essential words are offered about cutting room etiquette and potential traps for the dialogue editor. […]

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