The Great Society: The Beginnings of the Editors Guild

May 15, 2017

In celebration of the Editors Guild’s 80th anniversary on May 20, 2017, we reprint this story on the founding of the Society of Motion Picture Film Editors, the forerunner of today’s Guild, which originally appeared in CineMontage JAN-FEB 2012 […]

Academy Arrival: The Oscar-Nominated Editors

March 3, 2017

Early Saturday morning, February 25, the line stretched around the block from the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre to attend the 17th Annual Invisible Art/Visible Artists program presented by the American Cinema Editors (ACE). […]

The Art and Craft of Giving Back

December 2, 2016

by Edward Landler The Membership Outreach Committee recently offered three separate classes, each comprising two sessions over two consecutive days, […]

‘Manchester’ United

December 2, 2016

by Rob Feld • portraits by John Clifford Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester by the Sea made big news at the 2016 […]

I Cut My Teeth on Kinescopes

August 1, 2016

My interests in film and theatre started at Roy Elementary School in Northlake, Illinois, when I got to do lighting for school plays. […]

Gurus of the Guild

June 1, 2016

Mentoring has always been key to the art and craft of editing. In the days before film schools, it was the only way to learn the techniques and practices of the so-called “invisible art,” […]

Sabine’s Plan

June 1, 2016

Veteran New York indie film editor Sabine Hoffman, ACE, discovered film editing and began her career as a student in Berlin. […]

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