Author archive for Claire Sayers

  • Making The Cut: Tony Cranstoun, ACE — The Art Remains the Same

    Tony Cranstoun, ACE recalls the transition from film editing to digital, and the impact that nonlinear technology had on the…

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  • Making The Cut: Caroline Bleakley — Trust Your Instincts

    Caroline Bleakley edits television drama — trusting her instincts to taking time to review edit decisions.

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  • The Liquidroom Turns to Avid for Edinburgh Fringe Festival Live Music Shows

    The Liquidroom, Edinburgh’s premier live music and club venue shares why they chose Avid VENUE | S6L and Pro Tools…

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  • Making The Cut: Gordon Mason, ACE — Work, Work, Work

    Editor Gordon Mason, ACE discusses documentary editing work on projects such as Panorama and Who Do You Think You Are?…

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  • Making The Cut: Jake Roberts, ACE — The Joy of Discovery

    Jake Roberts, ACE discusses his longtime use of Avid editing tools and how he still finds new functions that help…

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  • Making The Cut: Chris King, ACE — The Power Of a Simple Cut

    We talked with editor Chris King, ACE about the fluid nature of documentary narratives and the importance of finding a…

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  • Making The Cut: Steven Worsley — Learning From Experience

    Steven Worsley discusses his recent drama projects, including War and Peace, and what he learned from being an edit assistant.

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  • Making The Cut: Pietro Scalia, ACE — Learning From a Master

    Multi-award winning editor Pietro Scalia, ACE, discusses his approach to film editing, which see him identifying his own emotional reactions…

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  • Avid NEXIS Drives Flexible, Scalable Storage for Manor Production Services

    UK-based post production house, Manor Production Services, invests in Avid NEXIS for user-friendly, scalable and collaborative storage.

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  • World-Class Editors Inspire Future Talent at EditFest London 2017

    Avid is sponsoring EditFest London 2017, the annual one-day celebration of editing organized by American Cinema Editors.

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