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FXF4003 : RON HOWARD: MIKE HILL, CHIC CICCOLINI, TOM FLEISCHMAN, BOB CHEFALAS

8/14/2018
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FXF4003 : RON HOWARD: MIKE HILL, CHIC CICCOLINI, TOM FLEISCHMAN, BOB CHEFALAS In the late 1970's, when Mike Hill was coming up as a picture editor through the ranks for Paramount studio projects in Los New York, Chic Ciccolini, Tom Fleischman Bob were working steadily as editor and re-recording mixers respectively in New York studios. They all came together working on the films of Ron Howard. Originally from Oklahoma and popularly recognized for his earlier work as an actor...

Duration:00:36:03

FXF4002 MIRA NAIR: ALLYSON JOHNSON, BARRY BROWN, DOMINICK TAVELLA, JENNIFER DUNNINGTON, DAVID PATTERSON, TONY MARTINEZ, DAVID SMITH

7/5/2018
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In this episode of Frame By Frame, picture editors Barry Brown and Allyson Johnson, re-recording mixer, Dominick Tavella, supervising sound editor, Dave Paterson, dialogue and ADR editor Tony Martinez, Music editor, Jen Dunnington and Assistant Editor David A Smith talk about their work with Mira Nair on both documentaries and scripted features including India Cabaret, Salaam Bombay!,Monsoon Wedding, Vanity Fair, Kama Sutra, The Reluctant Fundamentalist and The Queen of Katwe over the past...

Duration:00:36:12

FXF4001 GEORGE ROY HILL: Steve Rotter, Craig McKay, Lee Dichter, Tom Fleischman, Bruce Winant, Michael Jacobi

3/30/2018
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FXF: GEORGE ROY HILL: Craig McKay, Steve Rotter, Tom Fleischman, Lee Dichter, Bruce Winant, Michael Jacobi Best known for the films Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Sting and Slaughterhouse Five, theater, television and film director, George Roy Hill was one of the most successful filmmakers of his generation. The collaborators of George Roy Hill including picture editors Craig McKay and Steve Rotter, ADR Supervisor Mel Zelnicker and Michael Jacobi, re-recording mixers Tom...

Duration:00:32:47

GENERATION NEXT EP001: MARIELLE HELLER AND ANNE McCABE

3/18/2018
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GENERATION NEXT EP001: MARIELLE HELLER and ANNE McCABE Post New York Alliance's Generation Next spotlights bold new work by emerging New York filmmakers and post-professionals. In this first episode, director, screenwriter and playwright Marielle Heller talks in conversation with picture editor, Anne McCabe about their collaboration on the feature film Can You Ever Forgive Me? produced by Anne Carey and starring Melissa McCarthy as writer Lee Israel. Marielle Heller is best known for...

Duration:00:08:51

FXF3005: DAVID MAMET: BARBARA TULLIVER, MAURICE SCHELL and MICHAEL BARRY

1/11/2018
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FXF3005 DAVID MAMET: BARBARA TULLIVER, MAURICE SCHELL and MICHAEL BARRY Since the nineteen-seventies, playwright, screenwriter, director and author, David Mamet has been writing comedies and dramas in which the art of the con, the abuse of power and the search for truth is as much a subject as is a cadence of speech and quality of character. Raised in Chicago during the Cold War, David Mamet has collaborated with New York professionals in theater and film for over 40 years, beginning with...

Duration:00:31:06

FXF3002 Alan J Pakula : Ron Bochar, Chic Ciccolini, Lee Dichter, Todd Kasow, Deborah Wallach.

10/20/2017
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FXF3002 Alan Pakula:Ron Bochar, Chic Ciccolini III, Lee Dichter, Todd Kasow, Deborah Wallach Raised in the Bronx New York, the son of a printer, Alan J. Pakula would become on of the most important film makers of the 1960’s and 70’s. In 1962, as the producer of To Kill A Mockingbird he earned his first Oscar nomination for best Picture. In the years to come, Oscar nominations and wins were frequent for films such as The Sterile Cuckoo, Klute, All the Presidents Men, Comes A Horseman and...

Duration:00:38:17

FXF3001 Arthur Penn: Suzana Peric, Steve Rotter, Ron Roose, Marc Laub, Jeffrey Wolf, Bob Reitano

8/20/2017
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FXF3001 Arthur Penn: Suzana Peric, Steve Rotter, Ron Roose, Marc Laub, Jeffrey Wolf, Bob Reitano Perhaps best known for his 1968 film, Bonnie and Clyde, stage, television and film director Arthur Penn’s masterful sense of rhythm and movement, his pioneering approach to representing violence, as well as his ability to consistently evoke powerful performances established Arthur Penn as one of the most important American directors of the 1960’s and 70's. Here several Arthur Penn...

Duration:00:43:22

FXF2006 Dan Sable: Woody Allen and Brian DePalma sound editorial.

7/21/2017
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FXF2006: Dan Sable, Sound Editor for Woody Allen's Annie Hall and Manhattan, Brian De Palma's Carrie, Dressed to Kill and Blow Out In Brian DePalma’s 1981 film Blow Out, the main character is a sound effects specialist who accidentally records a murder while collecting night sounds for his effects library. The inspiration for this character was Dan Sable, a New York-based sound editor and a collaborator of DePalma’s on nine of his films including, Carrie, Dressed to Kill and Blow Out....

Duration:00:21:51

FXF2001- Films of Jim Jarmusch. Jay Rabinowitz, Chic Ciccolini, Dominick Tavella

7/17/2017
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FXF2001: Films of Jim Jarmusch- Jay Rabinowitz, Chic Ciccolini, Dominick Tavella In the first episode of Frame By Frame Season 2, picture editor, Jay Rabinowitz, sound editor, Chic Ciccolini and re-recording mixer, Dominick Tavella talk about their craft and process in collaborating with filmmaker Jim Jarmusch on his films from the 1980’s and 90’s Coffee and Cigarettes, Night On Earth, and Ghost Dog. Frame By Frame is a podcast series hosted by editor Isabel Sadurni, that introduces you...

Duration:00:50:43

FXF2005 Jim Jarmusch PT2: Jay Rabinowitz, Bob Hein, Tony Volante

7/13/2017
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FXF2005 Jim Jarmusch PT2: Jay Rabinowitz, Bob Hein, Tony Volante Coming together in the early 1980’s filmmaking scene of New York, picture editor Jay Rabinowitz and sound editor Bob Hein first met in collaborating on Jim Jarmusch’s film Mystery Train which led to multiple collaborations over 25 years of working with Jim Jarmusch on such films as Broken Flowers, Dead Man, and Limits of Control. Rerecording mixer, Tony Volante joined in mixing the feature film, Coffee and Cigarettes and has...

Duration:01:00:29

FXF2003.7- The Sound One Era: The End/ Rebirth

7/5/2017
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PART 7. THE END/ REBIRTH In 2012, Sound One, possibly the most successful post-production facility in New York City’s history, closed its doors after 44 years of business. What caused the demise of Sound One is a point of contention between the clients, former owners, founders and staff, who hold multiple theories about why it failed financially. Some blame a distant holding company in Denver who some say were out of touch with the needs of the local community in New york and undermined...

Duration:00:17:22

FXF2003.6- The Sound One Era: Leading the Digital Revolution.

7/5/2017
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PART 6. LEADING THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION The dawn of the digital era marked a major pivot point in post production technology that left some behind in analog while others charged fearlessly into a brave new world. Sound One led the post-production digital revolution, testing software, and equipment for the film industry before Hollywood, to ensure a smooth transition into the Digital Age. In this episode, former Sound One staff and clients discuss navigating the technological changes from...

Duration:00:25:52

FXF2003.5- The Sound One Era: The Foley Artist

6/30/2017
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PART 5: THE FOLEY ARTIST Elisha Birnbaum, co-founder of Sound One, is considered one of the best NY foley artists of his generation. His stage looked like a suburban garage or basement or attic with various surfaces on the floor and, shelves filled with props used to create sounds. You would often meet Elisha walking around the hallways of Sound One in cut off jean shorts, and womens high heels, which he wore when foleying the sound of womens footsteps. Here, staff and clients retell...

Duration:00:14:30

FXF2003.4- The Sound One Era: A Day In The Hallways

6/30/2017
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PART 4. A DAY IN THE HALLWAYS Walking down the hallways and riding the elevators of Sound One’s Brill Building at 1619 Broadway at 49th St could instantly offer exposure to the major leagues of the New York film industry. At the very best, it could offer an introduction towards working with some of the most important, upcoming and established filmmakers, actors and musicians working in the New York at the time. In this segment, former staff and clients of the Sound One community share...

Duration:00:15:35

FXF2003.3- The Sound One Era: Tribute to Bill Nisselson and Sybil Brown

6/30/2017
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PART 3: TRIBUTE TO BILL NISSELSON AND SYBIL BROWN Bill Nisselson was often described as the heart of Sound One. As managing Director from 1979-2001, Bill, alongside co-founder Elisha Birnbaum, set the tone of interaction, organized the deals and orchestrated the cross-traffic of post-production work between staff and clients which at its apex commanded 6 floors in the Brill Building and took in over 85% of the post-production film business in New York. Not far from Bill’s office Sybil...

Duration:00:26:08

FXF2003.2- The Sound One Era: Family

6/30/2017
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PART 2: FAMILY In the late 1960’s and early 70’s, years before Sound One had established itself as one of the most successful and highly respected sound facilities on the East Coast, it was a solo operation. Elisha Birnbaum, a sound editor and foley artist who had recently emigrated from Israel, worked with a small team but quickly developed a reputation for creating a highly productive, family atmosphere filled with astonishing creativity, quality product and quick turnaround time that...

Duration:00:25:34

FXF2003.1- The Sound One Era: The Beginning

6/30/2017
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PART 1: THE BEGINNING From 1968 to 2012, Sound One grew from a solo operation run by Elisha Birnbaum a foley artist and sound editor recent emigrated from Israel to becoming the most successful post-production sound and editing facility on the East Coast. Inhabiting seven floors of the famed Brill Building and commanding at least 85% of post-production business in New York, Sound One housed 150 edit suites and over 300 clients and staff at its apex. As its reputation grew, it became the...

Duration:00:41:47

FXF2002- Sidney Lumet: Network. Alan Heim, Mark Laub, Michael Jacobi and Jeffrey Wolf.

6/30/2017
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FXF2002: Sidney Lumet's NETWORK- Alan Heim, Mark Laub, Michael Jacobi and Jeffrey Wolf. In 1976, an American satirical film written by Paddy Chayefsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, called Network, about a fictional television network, UBS, and its struggle with poor ratings, starring Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Peter Finch, Robert Duvall and Beatrice Straight was nominated for 12 Academy Awards including best film, best director and best editor. Network, won four Academy Awards,...

Duration:00:57:12

FXF1005- Angelo Corrao, Alex Halpern

6/30/2017
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FXF1005: Angelo Corrao and Alex Halpern Post Factory Founder, Alex Halpern and picture editor Angelo Corrao talk about their collaboration on Nine Good Teeth as well as Angelo’s work on Bruce Weber’s Let’s Get Lost and their experiences coming up in the 1980's New York film scene and developing early relationships with filmmakers like The Coen Brothers. Frame By Frame is a podcast series hosted by editor Isabel Sadurni, that introduces you to the most influential, respected and...

Duration:01:20:25

FXF1004- Sidney Lumet: The Verdict. Maurice Schell, Peter Frank, Lee Dichter.

6/30/2017
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FXF1004:Sidney Lumet'sThe Verdict:Maurice Schell, Peter Frank, Lee Dichter. Sound editor, Maurice Schell (Gimme Shelter, Serpico, The Missouri Breaks,Apocalypse Now, All That Jazz, Melvin and Howard, Reds, Scarface) , re-recording mixer,Lee Dichter, (Grey Gardens, Sophie’s Choice, Hannah and Her Sisters, Miller’s Crossing, The Civil War) and picture editor Peter Frank, (The Verdict, Cadillac Records, Dirty Dancing) share stories about coming up in the 1960's 70's and 80's in the New York...

Duration:00:39:37