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- 06/12/18--12:02: _Put the ‘You’ in Union
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- 06/12/18--12:00: PASSAGES – Anne V. Coates, ACE
- 06/12/18--12:00: The Cutting Room Challenge
- 06/12/18--12:00: IN MEMORIAM
- 06/12/18--12:02: Put the ‘You’ in Union
- 06/26/18--19:45: Editors Guild Members Invitedto Join Motion Picture Academy
- 07/05/18--18:03: Not-So-Secret Agents:The Art of Negotiating Revealed
- 07/13/18--14:55: Calling Out Anti-Mom Bias in the Workplace
Anne Voase Coates, ACE, who died May 8 at the age of 92, edited more than 50 films during a prolific career that lasted for six decades. She was best known for her work on David Lean’s 1962 classic Lawrence of Arabia, for which she won an Academy Award. She received further Oscar nominations for Becket (1964), directed by Peter Glenville; The Elephant Man (1980), by David Lynch; In the Line of Fire (1993), by Wolfgang Petersen; and Out of Sight (1998), by Steven Soderbergh. [...]
Given the veritable obstacle course of a workflow that the 22-strong picture editorial crew on American Ninja Warrior endures to get the hit sports/reality show to air each week, perhaps the next concept in competition-oriented reality TV programming should be about just that. [...]
Edward Abroms, ACE Picture Editor (May 6, 1935 – February 13, 2018) 60 years a member Anne V. Coates, ACE [...]
Conflict between labor and management is nothing new. The period of post-WWII prosperity in which US union density reached its peak was decidedly not an era of labor peace. [...]
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What was your last interaction with the Editors Guild? If your answer is “paying my dues” or “attending orientation,” this article is for you. Actually, it’s not; it’s for every member. But if those were your answers, I implore you to read on. [...]
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has extended invitations to join the organization to 928 artists and executives from 59 countries — including 37 Editors Guild members in good standing — who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures [...]
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During the last week of June, the Editors Guild Diversity Committee’s African-American Steering Committee hosted “The Art of Negotiation,” an eye-opening panel to show how agents serve below-the-line talent as well as those above the line. [...]
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On a Saturday in late June, over 40 women members gathered at the Guild’s LA headquarters for a roundtable entitled “#MomsToo.” Amy Adrion, who directed "Half the Picture" (2018), which “celebrates the groundbreaking work of female film directors and investigates the systemic discrimination” against women in Hollywood, was also in attendance. [...]
There are a lot of reasons why creative media professionals require a display on their desks that is capable of representing highly accurate colors. To start, animators must be confident that color choices will result in final renders that look how they expect them to look. [...]
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