Post-Production : The Coen Brothers a.k.a Roderick Jaynes on Editing (and other cool stuff) by Vladislav Nikitin

Vladislav Nikitin

The Coen Brothers a.k.a Roderick Jaynes on Editing (and other cool stuff)

While editing Hail Caesar in Adobe Premiere, the great Joel and Ethan Coen (editors under a pseudonym Roderick Jaynes) look back on the dangers of editing in the past and cutting off fingers, as well as how some forgotten linear editing techniques should be reintroduced to the Adobe Premiere. http://filmmakermagazine.com/97780-joel-and-ethan-coen-discuss-how-editi...

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Back to selection "I think it's absurd to say there isn't a difference" between shooting on film and on digital, says Joel Coen in this short interview found on Adobe Create and filmed in the cutting…
Pat Savage

Excellent thanks for sharing this!

Amanda Toney - Stage 32 Next Level Education

"Nobody shoots anything in black and white anymore" - hmm...wonder if the Coens are telegraphing one of their future projects?

Jeff Jennings

That was a great and insightful piece. I wonder if any of their film cutting skill were transferable to digital cutting. Do people how once cut film edit differently than those how never did? Vladislav thanks for sharing.

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