No Limits for Captain Video When Creating Documentaries, TV Advertising, and News Magazine Shows
If you are watching TV in France on a Sunday night, it’s highly likely that you will be listening to Captain Video’s audio work. Many of France’s most popular documentaries and news magazines are mixed in its two sound studios, including Les Routes de l’Impossible (France 5), Zone Interdite, Capital,…
Editing a Film with Little Dialog Shows How Much Can Be Said Without Saying a Single Word
L’Armoire (“The Dresser”) is a half English, half French spoken film about two unlikely students who, despite not speaking each other’s language, form a bond over building a dresser together together. Get to know the story behind Editor Daniel Frome’s timeline.
Editor Ali Salloum Wins Best Editing Digital Studio Award for ‘From A to B’
Ali Salloum won this year’s Best Editing Award at the Digital Studio Awards during CABSAT for his work on the movie From A to B. The film won the award for best editing by blending comedy and drama in an entertaining way. Take a look at how it came together.
‘Paddington’ Editor Mark Everson on Cutting Comedy with a CGI Main Character
London based Editor Mark Everson is known for cutting comedy and documentaries for television and feature films. In this article he explains how he faced the challenges of cutting comedy with a CGI main character for the recent hit movie ‘Paddington’.
Editor Paddy Bird Breaks Down Complex Stories to Create Understandable, Dramatic Documentaries
Paddy Bird has edited dozens of prime time documentary, entertainment and reality TV shows. He has worked on various seasons of format shows including X Factor, Big Brother, Wife Swap and Secret Millionaire, while at the same time editing high-end political, historical and observational documentaries.