What Price Innocence?
‘When They See Us’ Recounts the Journey of Five Wrongfully Convicted Teens

June 7, 2019

In 1989, five teenagers of color were arrested and accused of the rape and brutal beating of a white woman who had been jogging in Central Park. Although the DNA on the rape kit didn’t match any of the young men, they were first coerced to “confess” and convicted by juries in two separate trials in 1990. Dubbed the Central Park Five, the boys became men during their six to 13 years in prison before a convicted serial rapist confessed to the attacks in 2002. […]

‘Making Waves’ to Premiere at Tribeca

March 5, 2019

The documentary Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound, which CineMontage wrote about in October 2017, will receive its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City in late April. […]

MPSE Announces Golden Reel Award Nominations

January 18, 2019

The Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) has announced the nominees for the 66th Annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards. Nominees represent the work of the world’s most talented sound artists and their contributions to the past […]

Way Down Below the Ocean…
Music Fit for the King of Atlantis

December 19, 2018

Although they are still in the frenzy of the final mix in early October, co-music editors Paul Rabjohns and J.J. George somehow find time to usher a visitor onto a Warner Bros. mixing stage to discuss their one-year-plus adventure editing the music track for a new superhero epic, James Wan’s ‘Aquaman.’ […]

What Our Members Do:
Seth Glennie-Smith

August 1, 2018

For me, the most exciting part of the job is taking music written by the composer and finding sneaky ways to reintegrate it into different parts of the show. This not only establishes thematic continuity, but also helps speed the process along. […]

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