Powering the New Era of Storytelling

June 1, 2016

It seems that no matter how fast workstation computers get, there are always new developments on the horizon that push the limits of what machines can do. That’s good, […]

An Appreciation of Jim Clark

June 1, 2016

Jim Clark, Picture Editor, May 24, 1931 – February 25, 2016, by Arthur Schmidt, ACE. Jim was obviously the best thing that happened to me in my editing career and, most importantly, he was my best friend. I’ll miss him greatly. […]

The VFX Factor

March 31, 2016

An informative panel discussing the workflow for visual effects in the editing suite, as part of the ongoing “Partnerships in the Editing Room” seminar series, which examine editorial workflow in television and the relationships of the editorial department and post producers. […]

What Does the Union Do for You?

December 1, 2015

The Guild is a democratic organization. Members need to vote, participate in online and in-person discussions about matters of importance and play a role in steering the union. […]

Choose Your Box

November 1, 2015

In early October of this year, a group of employees at Leftfield Entertainment, a large reality television production company in New York, faced such a choice, set more or less explicitly in just such terms. And, only a few weeks earlier, the employees of Deluxe Culver City, an LA-area post-production facility, made effectively the same choice themselves, albeit not as explicitly framed. […]

Robert A. “Dan” Dillon

October 1, 2015

Dan Dillon of Erie, Colorado passed away June 6, 2015 in Denver, Colorado after suffering a fall. He was 76. Born January 14, 1939 in Chicago, Illinois […]

Maciek Malish

October 1, 2015

Maciek Malish (Maciej Juliusz Malisz), 53, an acclaimed sound editor and winner of two Primetime Emmy Awards, passed away on September 12, 2015 after being struck by a car while riding his bicycle in Moorpark, California, near his home in Simi Valley. […]

Danford B. Greene

October 1, 2015

Danford B. Greene, editor of such films as Mel Brooks’ Blazing Saddles and Robert Altman’s M*A*S*H, among others, was an avid sportsman who had more nicknames than you could shake a golf club at […]

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