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Lost in Translation

September 1, 2010

Roberto Rossellini’s Open City (Roma, Cittá Aperta), which premiered in Italy 65 years ago in September 1945, revolutionized the perception and marketing of foreign films in America when it opened in New York just five months later. […]

Film School Confidential: Does It Really Matter?

September 1, 2010

In the age of YouTube, making movies no longer seems complicated. With an expanding range of visual media and easy access to affordable camcorders and editing software, many can shoot and arrange scenes without a big crew. […]

Local Legend

September 1, 2010

The history of Local 683 is one of very active involvement by the rank and file membership. […]

Putting the Flow in Workflow

September 1, 2010

How we work, and the creativity that results from these endeavors, are highly dependent upon the palette of available picture editorial, sound editorial and re-recording mixing tools. […]

Slave to the Rhythm: Niven Howie

September 1, 2010

“I let the actors’ eye movements guide my cuts.  When an actor looks to someone else, I wait until they’ve looked, then cut to where they’re looking.  It’s a simple thing, but when it’s not done right, it feels very weird.” – Niven Howie […]