Netflix recently acquired Keepers of the Game, a documentary about an all-Native girls Lacrosse team and their goal to be the first Native women’s team to bring home a Section Championship. TEC alums Chris Iverson and David Lieberman served as editors and Drew Kilgore as on-line editor on the film. It begins streaming on Netflix September 1st.
Little Men, edited by TEC teacher and alum Mollie Goldstein and TEC teacher Affonso Gonçalves, is now playing in New York. TEC alums Brian Young and Katrina Pastore served as assistant editors on the film, which is on the New York Times Critics' Pick List. A.O. Scott writes:
When parents are around, “Little Men” feels like a modest, precise drama of urban life, but when it follows Tony and Jake, absorbing the loose rhythms of their companionship, the film becomes something richer and harder to classify. It’s a boys adventure story edged with unspoken risks, and the young actors take the kind of chances that their more careful and disciplined elders have been trained to avoid.
January 2015 class project, Five Nights in Maine, will be released in select cities nationwide on August 5th! Steven Rea, from The Philadelphia Inquirer, said of the film, "Maris Curran's finely crafted, hushed feature debut, is close-up and aching, leavened with a gentle wit and anchored by Oyelowo's inside-out performance."
TEC alum Rob Dulin edited the film and alum Marina Katz was the assistant editor.
We are very excited to announce that Meg Reticker will be teaching the narrative section of our July/August 2016 Six-Week class!
Meg is an accomplished editor in both film and television. Her television credits include the award-winning shows "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt", "True Detective", "30 Rock", "Bored To Death", "Big Love", and "The Wire". Meg won the 2009 Eddie award and received multiple Emmy nominations for the NBC show "30 Rock". She recently completed editing Jonathan Ames new show "Blunt Talk" starring Patrick Stewart on STARZ. Meg’s feature film credits include Lucky Them directed by Megan Griffiths, Come Early Morning directed by Joey Lauren Adams, Winter Passing by Adam Rapp, the documentary A Decade Under the Influence directed by Richard LaGravenese and Ted Demme, Wet Hot American Summer directed by David Wain, and Heavy directed by James Mangold. She also worked with Michael Moore on his documentary The Big One and his Bravo television series, "The Awful Truth".
The documentary 93Queen, a six-week class project directed by TEC alum Paula Eiselt, was chosen to be a part of the 2016 IFP Filmmaker Labs, IFP’s annual yearlong fellowship for first-time feature directors. Paula writes about the experience:
I think many of us came to the Lab exhausted from our processes and in need of both guidance and brutal honesty. So, if I had to describe the Lab in one word it would be nurturing.
Read the full Filmmaker magazine article here.
We are very excited to announce that Kate Sanford and Marc Vives will be teaching the narrative section of our June/July 2016 Six-Week Art of Editing class!
Kate Sanford is an award-winning feature film and television editor with over 20 years of experience. She’s won two American Cinema Editors awards for her work on "The Wire" and "Treme". She also edited HBO’s Golden Globe-winning series "Boardwalk Empire". Her feature film credits include Outside Providence, O, and Brooklyn Rules. Kate just finished editing the first season of Martin Scorsese’s critically acclaimed series "Vinyl".
Marc Vives is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and has been a film editor since 2006. To date he has edited 13 feature films, encompassing fiction, non-fiction, and hybrid works. In 2013 he was co-nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Editing for Jem Cohen’s Museum Hours. Other credits include The Adderall Diaries starring Amber Heard, James Franco, and Ed Harris and the upcoming sci-fi thriller Approaching the Unknown, with Mark Strong and Luke Wilson. He's been an editor at the Sundance Director's Lab and has served as an editing mentor for IFP’s Narrative Independent Filmmaker Lab for the last four years. He lives with his wife, daughter, and cat in Brooklyn.
Two TEC alumni films are opening and closing this year's BAMcinemaFest!
Little Men, edited by TEC alum Mollie Goldstein and TEC teacher Affonso Gonçalves, with TEC alums Brian Young and Katrina Pastore serving as assistant editors, kicks off opening night on Wednesday, June 15th. You can read more about the film and get ticket information here.
Dark Night, edited by TEC alum Jeanne Applegate, will be the BAMcinemaFest closing night feature on Saturday, June 25th. You can read more about Dark Night and get ticket information here.
The new film adaptation of Jane Austen's Love & Friendship, edited by TEC alum Sophie Corra and starring Chloë Sevigny and Kate Beckinsale, is described as "super funny" in an interview in Variety and "wickedly funny" in the New York Times. The film will be in theaters on Friday, May 13.
We're thrilled to announce that the six-week Art of Editing class project for our upcoming June/July session will be Golden Exits, starring Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore), Mary-Louise Parker (“Weeds”), Chloë Sevigny (Boys Don't Cry), and Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys (While We're Young). It’s directed by Alex Ross Perry, whose previous two films, Listen Up Philip and Queen of Earth, premiered at Sundance and the Berlin International Film Festival, respectively, and were both NYT Critics’ Picks.
The six-week Art of Editing class at The Edit Center gives students a unique opportunity to learn from experienced film editors while working on a real film. You can learn more about the class here.
Since premiering at SXSW in March, Donald Cried, class project for the Oct/Nov 2015 six-week Art of Editing class, has been picked up by The Orchard for distribution in early 2017. Read full Deadline.com article here.