Author archive for Wim Van den Broeck

  • Berlinale 2015: Gesa Marten Delivers a Master Class on Editing Documentary Films

    Every year in February, Berlinale Talents brings 300 selected talents together with professionals from the international film industry. This creative…

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  • Berlinale 2015: Deutsche Welle Trainees Bring Us Up Close with Berlinale Talents

    Berlinale 2015: Deutsche Welle Trainees Bring Us Up Close with Berlinale Talents

    Every year, 300 promising young filmmakers from all over the world take part in the Berlinale Talents. For this occasion,…

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  • Editing 4K and Beyond in Media Composer Now Available with Avid Resolution Independence Update

    Media Composer 8.3 Now Available with Avid Resolution Independence

    As of today, Media Composer | Software allows for native 2K, 4K and UHD editing and DNxHR, all part of…

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  • Looking Back at Breaking Bad

    The Chemistry Behind the Cut

    Vince Gilligan’s “Breaking Bad” was one of the most-watched shows on cable television. Some said it was the greatest television…

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  • The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    In this behind the scenes interview with Matt Feury, recorded at Avid headquarters, editor Alan E. Bell, ACE shares the…

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  • Media Composer 8.2 Keeps You Focused on Creative Editorial with Background Rendering

    Today, Avid released the latest update to Media Composer | Software introducing Background Rendering. This new feature will increase your…

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  • Behind the Scenes: Massive Attack

    Massive Attack

    Front of House Engineer Robb Allan made the jump from analog to digital in 2005 and hasn’t looked back. Now…

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  • Filmmaking: How To Cut Scenes for both IMAX and 35mm Distribution with 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Editor Alan E. Bell, ACE

    How To Cut Scenes for both IMAX and 35mm Distribution with ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Editor Alan E. Bell, ACE

    Director Francis Lawrence’s decision to shoot select scenes in IMAX added complexity to the final stage of the editing process.…

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