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ANNE COATES TO RECEIVE HONORARY OSCAR

The Editors Guild congratulates its film editor member Anne V. Coates, ACE, upon the announcement September 1 that she will receive an honorary Oscar statuette at the Academy of Arts and Sciences' 8th Annual Governors Awards on Saturday, November 12, along with three other stalwarts of the motion picture industry. The other recipients are actor Jackie Chan, casting director Lynn Stalmaster and documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman.

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MPEG CONGRATULATES EMMY AWARD NOMINEES

Nominations for the 68th annual Emmy Awards were announced on July 14. The Motion Picture Editors Guild congratulates all of the nominees in the post-production categories. The awards for those categories will be announced at the Creative Arts Awards and Ball, which takes place on two consecutive nights — September 10 and 11 — at the Microsoft Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, and will air on ABC-TV on Saturday, September 17 — the night before the Primetime Emmy Awards. Leslie Bloome (pictured) earned two nominations in the Outstanding Sound Editing for a Nonfiction Program category — as a sound editor on "Cartel Land," and as a Foley artist on the "Lack of Humility" episode of "Making a "Murderer." Photo by John Clifford. Click on the link above to see all of the nominations in the post-production categories.

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A MUSIC EDITOR FOR ALL GENRES

Sometimes music editors, more so than composers, find themselves working consistently on similar kinds of movies at different times during their careers. Rarely, however, does a music editor work on projects of such vastly different genres within a short time as Brian Bulman (pictured) found himself doing recently. The hugely diverse results of his efforts will be seen in the August release of two movies — the R-rated potty-mouthed animated comedy, 'Sausage Party,' and the third theatrical feature adaptation of Lew Wallace’s Biblical epic, 'Ben-Hur.'

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CUTTING COMMENTARY AT NEW YORK POST PANEL

If you're in New York and involved in post, the daylong Sight, Sound & Story is a not-to-miss annual gathering that you don’t want to mix. Now in its fourth year, it is organized and run ably by Josh Apter and the Manhattan Editors Workshop staff.
One lovely Saturday this summer, over 300 editors, filmmakers, and post-production professionals opted to pack the NYIT Auditorium on Broadway for a full day of panels focused on the art of editing documentary films, episodic TV and visual effects.

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Q4-2016
 
Editors Guild

'Moonlight' Named Best Picture by L.A. Film Critics
Moonlight was named this year's best picture by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association on Sunday. The critics group gave its best editing award not to a narrative feature but to Ezra Edelman's epic documentary O.J.: Made in America. (La La Land was the editing runner-up.)


Animation Guild’s Steve Hulett Retires

Before His Death, Haskell Wexler Stood Accused by His Union

DGA, AMPTP Talks Begin December 5


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NYT Editorial: Puzder is the Wrong Choice for Labor Secretary
Puzder has said that a big raise would mean fewer jobs for workers starting out. Even if that was true, and the evidence suggests otherwise, there are millions more who would benefit from raising the minimum wage.


AFL-CIO Endorses Keith Ellison to Lead DNC

AFL-CIO: Stay in a Fair Hotel This Holiday Season and Support Working Families

EPI: Employment Fell Because of the Great Recession, Not the Minimum Wage


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CARLOS UBRIACO
FILM TECHNICIAN:
"Printing huge color backgrounds was very challenging. The light-sensitive material called Kodak Duratrans was 6 feet wide by 100 feet long, and a 40 by 100 feet backdrop required printing in panels that were seamed together after processing. The raw, light-sensitive material had to be handled in total darkness, and color matching all the panels precisely at the seaming point required extensive testing and using all the tricks in the book to achieve."

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