This fascinating book takes you inside the trenches of post-production, where professional film editors share the lessons they’ve learned cutting blockbuster movies and hit TV shows. Experience real world situations these highly skilled editors face on a daily basis. Learn how they navigate the sometimes treacherous political waters of the editing room. Discover the secrets of how they turned their passion for filmmaking into lucrative careers in one of the most creative and sought after fields in the entertainment industry. Whether you’re a film student, aspiring editor, or assistant looking to move up, Cutting It in Hollywood is a must-read.
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Mitchell Danton, ACE graduated magna cum laude from the USC School of Cinema-Television in 1990, where he earned Phi Beta Kappa honors. Mitch has edited over 200 hours of primetime television, including Beverly Hills 90210, Dawson’s Creek, and Switched at Birth. He received four Primetime Emmy nominations for his work on the hit reality show Survivor, and was part of the Emmy- and Eddie-winning team of editors on the miniseries The Path to 9/11. Mitch has written for various film and television publications. In 2011, he co-authored his mother’s Hollywood memoir, The Lucky Southern Star, which has sold thousands of copies around the world. He lives in Los Angeles with his lovely wife Louise and their two children.
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