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We talk with Nicholas Monsour about collaborating with Jordan Peele on Us and Nope. How he prepares for each editing project and improvising in the edit bay. Nicholas as worked with Jordan since Key & Peele and up until "Us" cut mostly comedy. He gives us some insight on how similar cutting comedy and horror are. Also, we ask him about editing the first season of Cobra Kai.This is the last episode in Season 1 of Cut to Reveal. Let us know what topics, themes and guests you'd like us to have on the podcast for Season 2! --We'd love to hear from you! Questions? Comments? Improvements? Episode ideas?Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTR Also, the music we use is from Artlist! Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlist Sponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/courses --Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Ep. 28 with Mike Sale, ACE on the importance of mentoring editors, lessons he learn as an assistant editor, nurturing the story UNDER the story to create something timeless & cutting Black Adam. Plus the impact that just a dash of comedy makes to any story. Mike Sale ACE started his editing career in the late 80s assisting on The GarbagePail Kids Movie - arguable one of the worst movies of all time. A badge that he now where's with pride, the man could only go up from there and has cut & been involved in movies and series we all know and love: The Wonder Years, LA Law, Superbad, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Bridesmaids and Red Notice just to new a few. Eclectic, right? Hear about this and more in one of our favorite episodes to this day. -- We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas: Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRAlso, the music we use is from Artlist! Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlist Sponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/courses --Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Ep. 27 | Halloween Special!

Ep. 27 | Halloween Special!

2022-10-3101:08:59

Welcome to the very first CTR holiday episode - the Halloween Special!  Piotr and Ricky are joined by editor Erwann Kerroc'h to talk about horror films, play a Halloween edition of The Game and Piotr reveals some exciting upgrades to The Editing Chef program.  Plus, we ponder why Halloween is so big in the US compared to Europe and Erwann shows us just how much we DON'T know about horror films.Check out the special Halloween SFX site from Soundly (while it lasts) here - https://getsoundly.com/spookly/?v=2022Here are links to some trailers of the movies we talked about:X -- https://youtu.be/Awg3cWuHfocSilence of The Lambs -- https://youtu.be/W6Mm8Sbe__oDeadly Stream -- https://youtu.be/6NGnOyNhQ5wBarbarian -- https://youtu.be/Dr89pmKrqkIEnroll in The Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/courses--We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas:Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRAlso, we're sponsored by Soundly, our preferred library for sound effects.Check them out here: https://getsoundly.com/Sponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/courses--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Thomas Percy Kim is an up-and-coming Korean-American filmmaker who's won film awards even before he was out of high school. Thomas shot his recent short film, "Buson, 1999" on location in Korea and he isn't even out of film school, yet! Now Thomas is taking his awarding withing short film, "Si" and making it into a feature titled "Isle Child" about the Korean-American experience. Piotr and Ricky talk with him about the challenges of editing your own films, relationships over networking and how WeFunder is helping him realize his feature film aspirations. Also, Thomas gives us some actionable tips for aspiring filmmakers. Learn more about Thomas Percy Kim here: https://www.thomaspk.com/and about his WeFunder for "Isle Child" here: https://wefunder.com/islechild -- We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas: Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.com Or you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTR Also, we're sponsored by Soundly, our preferred library for sound effects.Check them out here: https://getsoundly.com/ Sponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/courses --Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
We talk with first-time director Pantelis Roumanis about working with Piotr editing his shirt film, Cold Little Bird. Cultivating a working relationship 100% remotely, the film was cut across three continents. Piotr and Pantelis pull back the curtain on the challenges and benefits of their workflow, What they learned and why Pantelis feels this is the best way to work for independent filmmakers. Aspiring editors and filmmakers will get a lot out of this episode! Watch Cold Little Bird here: https://youtu.be/Yx5LksKW33Q -- Questions? Comments? Improvements? Ideas? We'd love to hear from you! Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRAlso, the music we use is from Artlist!Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlist Sponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/coursesAlso by Soundly, our preferred SFX library: https://getsoundly.com/--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
What ground rules should a film/ video editor follow when dealing with clients' notes?Ricky and Piotr discuss the dos and don'ts of dealing with client feedback. How they successfully navigate it and how communication is key. Plus the two reveal a couple of the most memorable feedback notes they've received. --We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas: Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTR Also, the music we use is from Artlist! Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlist Sponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/course-- Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/ Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Ricky and Piotr talk with ACE editor Zack Arnold about landing this dream job cutting Cobra Kai, why he says it's his side-hustle and how Myagi-do lessons apply to our work as editors. Plus, the respectful power of the word, "No," the keys to optimizing yourself as an editor and more! Below are the articles and websites we mendtion in the episode:Zack's article "Tired of Life Kicking Your Ass? Learn to Fight Back Like a True ‘Cobra Kai’": https://optimizeyourself.me/cobra-kai-review-netflix/Zack's Optimize Yourself program: https://optimizeyourself.me/Interview Zack did with Walter Murch: https://optimizeyourself.me/walter-murch-podcast-interview/--We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas:Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRWe're Ambassadors of Soundly. The best SFX platform for filmmakers: https://geni.us/cttp-soundlySponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/coursesAlso, the music we use is from Artlist!Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlist--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
In this episode, Ricky and Piotr discuss the skills needed to successfully transition and thrive from a staff position into freelance.  It's more than just code-breaking and bow staff skills, people!  We talk about time management, book keeping, negotiating & more fun things.AND If that isn't mind-blowing enough, we then play movie/ tv trivia in "The Game!"Here's our list of important skills to know when becoming a freelancer: - Time Managing - Book keeping- Negotiating- Networking- Clear Communicating- Listening/ paying attention to detail- Patience- Humility - don’t take anything personallyBonus tips: - Figure out WHAT is it that you actually want to work on- And WHO do you want to work for- Deliver proof of work if you pitch clients (and you should): Solve a problem for them.If you're interested in Riverside, the new platform we use to record our podcasts, hit up https://cuttothepoint.com/riverside Use coupon code CUTTOREVEAL for %15 off. --We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas:Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRAlso, the music we use is from Artlist!Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlistSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/courses--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Ricky and Piotr talk with editor, Elísabet Ronaldsdóttir! You may know her work from John Wick, Kate, Atomic Blonde, and the up-and-coming, Bullet Train. They talk origin story, honesty in collaboration, the joy of working with director David Leitch, having fun, being brave, not overworking....oh! and Bullet Train (no spoilers) plus more! Check out Elísabet's IMDB here: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0739894/ If you're interested in the new platform we use to record our podcasts, hit up https://cuttothepoint.com/riversideUse coupon code CUTTOREVEAL for %15 off. -- We'd love to hear from you! Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas: Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.com Or you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRAlso, the music we use is from Artlist!Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlist Sponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/courses--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
We talk about the working relationship of director, Sarah Adina Smith, and editor Daniel Garber about editing "The Drop". A film that had its premiere at Tribeca Film Festival in 2022.What do they value most in their collaboration? What challenges did they have to overcome? How to get your first feature film editing gig? All of that in today's episode. --We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas:Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRAlso, the music we use is from Artlist!Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlistSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.thinkific.com/courses--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
In today's episode, Piotr and Ricky answer your questions. Four questions sent in by listeners asking about editing with string-outs vs. subclips, rate cards and determining your worth as freelance editor. Plus the return of The Game! Enjoy!--We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions or comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas:Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRAlso, the music we use is from Artlist!Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlistSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Ricky and Piotr talk with Anthony Moreschi, a New England-based, Emmy Award-winning editor who self-distributed his docu-series, "Don't Stand In Line."  They talk about Anthony's origin story, the pros and cons of self-distribution, plus why it's a good thing to learn as many NLEs as possible.Learn more about Anthony and "Don't Stand In Line" here:  www.codecprojects.com/We talk about some books 📚 in this episode.  Buy them at the links or watch a review.Rise of the Filmtrepreneur by Alex Ferrari:  https://geni.us/filmtrepreneurCTTP Book Club Review - https://youtu.be/U8lkyiLrg1wDocumentary Editing: Principals and Practices by Jacob Bricca: https://amzn.to/3kYaOiFCTTP Book Club Review - https://youtu.be/neg3PslcWIoIn The Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch: https://geni.us/in-the-blink-of-an-eyeCTTP Book Club Review - https://youtu.be/tL3EgZ3B8ZA--We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions, comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas:Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRAlso, the music we use is from Artlist!Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlistSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Ricky and Piotr talk with the very talented Audrey Simonaud. She is a French editor who cut her teeth on action films like Colombiana and Taken 2 before lead editing on 3 Days to Kill and Taken 3. Most recently you can see her work in the Netflix series, Lupin. Audrey talks with Ricky and Piotr about cutting action, editing styles, and breaking into features. Plus it's revealed that they all really likes James Cameron's Titanic and they're not afraid to say it! Check out Audrey's IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2407784/ --We'd love to hear from you!Perhaps you have questions, comments on how to improve the podcast or episode ideas:Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRAlso, the music we use is from Artlist!Check them out here: https://cuttothepoint.com/artlistSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut To Reveal website: https://podcast.cuttothepoint.com/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Ricky and Piotr have a great conversation with editor, Mike Hugo! The guys talk about Adobe workflows, his latest horror feature, Hypochondriac and the time he assisted Sean Baker on The Florida Project. Plus helpful insights on protecting yourself as a freelancer and more. This is a longer episode but worth every minute. Enjoy! You can check out Mike's work here: mikehugo.com The MPEG page Mike talks about: https://www.editorsguild.com/Wages-and-ContractsHypochondriac: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt12186098/The Florida Project: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5649144/?ref_=ext_shr_lnk -- We'd love to hear from you! Perhaps you have questions, comments on how to improve the shot or episode topic ideas: Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.com Or you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTR Sponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC --Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/ Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Piotr has an early morning conversation with legend, Vashi Nedomansky, ACE. They talked origin story, storytelling, #Vashiframes, and how he became an A.C.E editor. Plus, "Big Ned," his documentary about his father being the 1st professional hockey player to defect from communist Czechoslovakia. You can watch the trailer for Big Ned here: https://bignedfilm.com/ And check out Vashi's website here: https://vashivisuals.com/ --We'd love to hear from you! Perhaps you have questions, comments on how to improve the shot or episode topic ideas:Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Ricky and Piotr talk with fellow editor, Kyle Boberg about the power of experimentation in editing.  Why it’s sometimes valuable to tear it all apart and try something totally off the wall, even if you’re farther down the line.  The boys also discuss the influence of experimenting in film and TV, plus how it's impacted their own work.Check out some of Kyle's at his website: http://www.kylebobergmedia.com/The topic of this episode was sent in by producer and listener, Krisi Olivero.  Thanks, Krisi!You check out her work here:  http://www.livelaughfilm.com/--Do you have questions, concerns, or topic suggestions for future episodes? Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comOr you can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Piotr and Ricky discuss the Academy's WTF decision to exclude 8 categories, including FILM EDITING, from it's live Oscar 2022 telecast. They get down to the nitty-gritty of the reasoning and what industry heads are say. Plus, Piotr and Ricky present their thoughts and accolades on the 5 Film Editing nominees. The nominees are: Don't Look Up - Hank CorwinDune - Joe WalkerKing Richard - Pamela MartinThe Power of the Dog - Peter Sciberrastick, tick...BOOM! - Myron Kerstein and Andrew Weisblum --Do you have questions, concerns, or topic suggestions for future episodes? Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comYou can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
Piotr and Ricky have a great ol' time conversing with the very talented editor, Alex Familian. They talk about his origin story, the importance of sound in a rough cut and his fantastic work on Anna Zlokovic's fun horror short, Appendage. The film was featured on Hulu and is an official selection of the 2022 Sundance Film fest. Watch Appendage here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ftbicaFntQ To pick up a copy of the book Alex mentions,What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki MurakamiYou can find it here: https://geni.us/I9md --Do you have questions, concerns, or topic suggestions for future episodes? Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.com You can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC --Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/ Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
What happens when you get three editors to work on one film with two directors? Find out when Piotr and Ricky talk with editors: Erwann Kerroc'h, Jarivan Ahmad and John Grenham about collaboratively editing their first narrative feature film, Not for Nothing. They discuss how Sven Pape's Go-To-Editor course gave them the opportunity to work on the project, what the challenges were and how it made them better storytellers and collaborators. Plus! Erwann, Jarivan, and John are the first guests to play "The Game" AND still wanted to come back for future episodes.  (Below are the questions)If you're interested in Sven Pape's Go-To-Editor course of which both Ricky and Piotr are students of follow this link: https://geni.us/ctr-gteGame questions: Three movies with Daniel Day-LewisMovie where the main character is traveling through a country in a carMovie where the main character is an editorMovie/ TV Show with a killer robotA horror movie by Peter JacksonThree movies by John Woo --Do you have questions, concerns, or topic suggestions for future episodes? Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.com You can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC --Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/ Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
On this episode, Piotr talks with editor-author-entrepreneur, Jeff Bartsch about his origin story, working on reality TV shows like Super Nanny & American Ninja Warrior, plus how Covid has changed the post-production landscape of Hollywood.   They also discuss how Jeff is shifting  from editor to consultant with his company, Story Greenlight (www.storygreenlight.com).  Where he coaches and consults video & content creators from around the world.--Do you have questions, concerns, or topic suggestions for future episodes? Shoot us a message at podcast@cuttothepoint.comYou can send us a voice message here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CTRSponsored by the Editing Chef program: https://cuttothepoint.com/TEC--Cut To Reveal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuttoreveal/Cut to the Point YT channel: https://youtube.com/cuttothepoint
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