Actors Criticize James Dean CGI Casting; Director Responds

November 7, 2019

James Dean has been cast in a Vietnam War-era action-drama 64 years after his death, creating a social media uproar with those in the industry finding the casting “shameful” and setting “an awful precedent” for the future of film and visual effects.  […]

When Editing Began: The Cut that Launched a Filmmaking Craft

June 7, 2019

By the time film pioneer Georges Méliès made this only slightly exaggerated claim, the making and exhibition of narrative film was establishing itself as a business separate from the variety stage and lecture circuit. As more people visited storefront theatres to see moving picture stories, they watched the art and craft of editing evolving on screens right before their eyes. […]

Space Farce:
The Exploratory Workflow of ‘The Orville’

August 17, 2018

Despite being buried under various deadlines while cutting ‘The Orville,’ Seth MacFarlane’s sci-fi dramedy series that has its second season premiere in December on Fox, the show’s core editorial team still found time recently to convey the zeitgeist of what they consider to be an exceptionally collaborative editing room. […]

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