Monthly Archives: June 2011

More FCPX Thoughts

So a week and some days after FCPx is released and I still have noting valuable to contribute to the noise other than updating my own commentary. 1. Apple done effed this up. They tried to damage control it via … Continue reading

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FCPX + Internets

With the new FCPX being released today, I guess I should be blogging about it, trying to be first at discovering some hidden bug or missing feature. However, I won’t be getting it for a while – we’ll be getting … Continue reading

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Leah not Leia premiere and another Moustache screening..

A short film I served as a production assistant on last summer, “Leah not Leia”, will be premiering at the Hamilton 16 IMAX on Friday July 1st! The festivities start just before midnight on Friday evening, starting with some short … Continue reading

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The Maltese Touch of Evil Video Essay

Throughout the first half of this year, I’d been working on editing a short video essay/book trailer with ex-prof/friend Richard Edwards. The video is based on the forthcoming book “The Maltese Touch of Evil” by Shannon Clute and Richard Edwards, … Continue reading

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The Tree of Life

I saw Tree of Life this weekend. I’ve never really been a die-hard fan of Terrence Malick’s work particularly, but the beauty of the trailer paired with the buzz (both positive and negative) at Cannes intrigued me greatly. I don’t … Continue reading

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Book I Read: Two Kisses for Maddy

I don’t commonly talk about books on this blog, as it is after all a video editor blog. The only ones I’ve mentioned in the past have been technical books. But recently I read a book based on a blog … Continue reading

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