All tagged Sundance

Adobe: The Art of the Edit – Insights From the Front Lines

Join a lively discussion with master editors and post-production pros – including Lisa Zeno Churgin from Old Man and the Gun, Kyle Reiter of Atlanta, and Sofia Subercasseaux from TYREL — as they share insights on how to take the art and craft of editing to the next level. Learn as these accomplished editors discuss the relationship between editors and directors, the role editing plays in storytelling, and how technology helps bring their creative vision to life. —Adobe

Adobe: Sofía Subercaseaux Edits “TYREL” and “Piercing” (In Premiere Pro)

For Editor Sofía Subercaseaux, 2017 was a busy year. The native Chilean, who now resides in Brooklyn, edited two films — TYREL and Piercing — which will both debut at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival... A self-taught Adobe Premiere Pro user, Sofía was in the midst of editing Piercing, a film by Director Nick Pesche, when she was approached with the opportunity to cut TYREL. —Adobe 

Adobe: Adobe Enables Filmmakers to Tell Their Stories at Sundance

The 2018 Sundance Film Festival represents an incredible breadth of storytelling, told from diverse perspectives across the world, and we’re proud to be there once again as a major partner... This year, 55 percent of filmmakers surveyed said they edited their film projects with Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Adobe’s industry-leading video-editing software helps filmmakers seamlessly create flawless productions as they transform raw footage into compelling stories. —Adobe

Adobe: Humor and Fear Combine in the Comedy-thriller “Clara’s Ghost”

Clara’s Ghost is not the kind of ghost story you’re likely to hear around a campfire. Written and directed by Bridey Elliott, the 2018 Sundance Film Festival feature is a caricature of Bridey’s own family. It was precisely this combination of comedy and thriller that attracted Editor Patrick Lawrence to the film... Premiere Pro has been his editing tool of choice for years. —Adobe

Adobe: Bringing the Extraordinary Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the Big Screen

Ginsburg’s prolific life and career is the focus of a documentary aptly named RBG, which will make its debut at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Co-produced by CNN Films and Storyville Films, the documentary is the brainchild of co-producers and co-directors Betsy West and Julie Cohen, both of whom were in awe of Ginsburg’s track record of fervently opposing discrimination of any kind... It was cut entirely on Adobe Premiere Pro — a first for the directors. —Adobe