Film Editor CV


The theatrical and home DVD releases of movies are the immediate work of Film Editors who create a seamless cinematic continuity out of disparate outtakes and rushes filmed by the director.  The Film Editor often collaborates with the director and the producer to arrive at an edited version for commercial or theatrical release to attain the required classification from the movie ratings board while editing a DVD or director’s extended or “uncut” version for private home viewing.

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Kenneth Y. Hammer

Whitehall Rd., London

Phone:  020-1154-4355

hammer_ky@ycmail.com

Objective

To work as a film editor in a large movie production company

Professional Experience

2000 – Present:  Assistant Film Editor, Riverside Studios, London

  • Watch and re-watch film rushes and based on script summary, make judgment on the best filmed parts for inclusion in the final print in accordance with directives from film producers.
  • Review final version and identify parts need better or additional dubbing, sound effects or a re-shooting as necessary.
  • Submit final version to music editor for background music development

1997 – 2000:  Apprentice Film Editor, Shepperton Studios

  • Assist the film editor in preparing and cataloguing sections of film rushes to be cut and spliced for processing the pre-final telecine print.

Skills

  • Excellent command of computerized film editing software on the UNIX and PC platform
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Achievements

  • Nominated for two films in the Best Editing category in the Academy Awards of 2004 and 2008
  • Portfolio of films edited over the last decade is available during the interview.

Education

2000– 2002:  MS Film Production and Editing, London Film School

1994 – 1997:  Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Surrey

References

To be furnished upon request

Category: Media CV

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