In this episode we'll give you some suggestions for books that every editor should read (at least once) in his/her lifetime that will push you a little further in the edit bay.
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Music track used in this episode: A New Day 2, Marshall Smith
Did you catch the Oscars? Did you cheer for Moonlight or cry over La La Land by the end? While we missed many of the noms this year, we go over some of the big wins from below the line.
Josh's Book Picks:
Nick's Book Picks:
- Rebel Without a Crew
- BFI Modern Classics Series (focus on Jaws, Thelma and Louise and The Matrix)
- Comics! For their exercise on framing, composition and storyboarding
Our listeners suggested:
- Grammar of the Film Language
- Behind the Seen: How Walter Murch Edited Cold Mountain Using Apple's Final Cut Pro
- In the Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch
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