Please Buy the Original Film!!! The Cutting Edge – The Magic of Movie Editing (2004) – Abridged Version “Editing is what makes film a film.” The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing is a 2004 documentary film directed by filmmaker Wendy Apple. The film is about the art of film editing. Clips are shown from many groundbreaking films with innovative editing styles. The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Editing teaches the viewer how editors compile strips of film in order to create memorable movie going experiences. In addition to interviews with a variety of respected and award-winning editors, the movie offers clips form some of the most memorable films in the history of the art form. The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing Directed by Wendy Apple Produced by Wendy Apple Written by Mark Jonathan Harris Narrated by Kathy Bates Starring: Zach Staenberg Jodie Foster Michael Tronick Anthony Minghella Sean Penn Martin Scorsese Steven Spielberg Quentin Tarantino Release: 2004 (USA) Running time: 98 min. Language: English Also check: Cinematographer Style — The Art and Craft of Filmmaking. www.youtube.com Also check: Christopher Doyle Masterclass in Cinematography www.youtube.com Also check: Visions of Light: the Art of Cinematography www.youtube.com Also Check: Moviemaking Technique: Make Someone Fly in Your Video www.youtube.com
Blue Chill Night is an experimental horror short movie. It has been sped up to encompass all footage, including everything that was shot in original order and without cutting anything out. This is the entire shoot as we shot it and presented with flaws and all, compressed in time. The purpose was to have fun as filmmakers for the sake of art as an example of being alive. We created this film for the film’s sake and without regard as to the tyranny of the mass mainstream audiences expectations. Basically, the concept is that making a film for profit as the only incentive is the worst reason to make a film. We did several versions believing that no film is ever done or finished. What happens for most films is that the filmmakers just reach their deadline for whatever reason and leave it behind. We think that a film should live and grow forever so this film will have many future versions. Music by Wilmington based BooShooMusic, Peter Barbeau.
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