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Post Break 14 - Music Editorial

Posted By Ryan Penny, Friday, August 28, 2020

Music Edit: Make Em' Laugh, Make Em' Cry, Scare the Hell Out of Em'

New York State Post Production Community,

POST BREAK- Music Edit: Make Em' Laugh, Make Em' Cry, Scare the Hell Out of Em'

What is Music Editing? What are the differences between features/docs and scripted TV? How the scale of the gig, budget, time can determine the job? A step by step process from getting hired, to spotting sessions, temp score vs composers or source music, recording music, creating sessions and stems for mixes through final delivery. We'll address what needs to change to help break into the industry.


Thursday, July 30th at 4pm EST via ZOOM


PANELISTS:
Shari Johanson

Shari is a NYC-based music editor who has been working in the film and television industry for nearly 30 years. She has collaborated with directors such as Milos Forman, Cary Fukanaga, and Kevin Smith, as well as with composers such as R.E.M., Howard Shore, and Hans Zimmer, among others.
Shari won a Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Award for Best Music Editing for her work on the film High Fidelity, and was nominated for the M.P.S.E Golden Reel Award for both the Showtime series Billions as well as for the Netflix limited series Maniac.
Additional credits include the Oscar- and Golden-Globe winning biopic I, Tonya; the HBO sensation Bad Education; the Emmy-winning hit series True Detective; the Netflix original series Marco Polo; and most recently, John Turturro’s Jesus Rolls.

Dan Evans Farkas

Dan has been a music editor since the mid-90s. He’s worked with composers Jeff Russo, Jeff Beal, Howard Shore, Marc Shaiman, Shigeru Umebeyashi and a host of others. A sampling of directors/showrunners: Michael Moore, Sidney Lumet, Nora Ephron, Noah Hawley, Steve Zaillian, Jonathan Tropper, John Cameron Mitchell, Darren Aronofsky. 
Project highlights: The Impractical Jokers: The MovieThe Night Of (2016), Let’s Be Cops (2014), Smash (2012-13), Winter’s Bone (2010), The Wrestler(2008), SiCKO (2007), Ed (2001-2003) and The Game (1997). 
His career is a long justification for having all those records and CDs. 

Jennifer Dunnington

Jennifer has worked with critically acclaimed directors such as Martin Scorsese, Rob Marshall, Peter Jackson, Ang Lee, Mira Nair, Barry Levinson and David Cronenberg among others. Her projects range from large musicals to intimate documentaries and include films such as Mary Poppins Returns, The Irishman, Spotlight, The Wolf of Wall Street, Into The Woods, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, George Harrison: Living in the Material World andBoardwalk Empire. She is currently working on In The Heights.
She has won several Motion Picture Sound Editors’ Golden Reel awards and a prime-time Emmy award.

Todd Kasow 

Todd has over 120 films to his credit, including a 30 year collaboration with Carter Burwell and the Coen Brothers. He iknows all the ins and outs of film and film mixing while also being able to act as a creative producer on the scoring stage and in the mix studios. His collaborative skills between composers and directors have always kept him in high demand. Directors he’s worked with include Ethan and Joel Coen, Alan J Pakula, Martin Scorsese, Todd Haynes, Bill Condon, George C Wolfe, Michael Mann, Nora Ephron, Robert DeNiro, and Ted Demme. He’s worked with top composers including, Carter Burwell, Elliot Goldenthal, Howard Shore, Alexander Desplat, Nicholas Britell, Branford Marsalis, Terence Blanchard, Robert Glasper, Antonio Pinto, Burt Bacharach, Robbie Robertson Gil Evans, and many others. While continuing to work, Todd made an effort to give back to the next generation for the last 7 years teaching Music Editing for Motion Pictures at NYU.

MODERATOR:
David Woods, Producer

David is an experienced Award-Winning Producer, Post Production Supervisor, and Filmmaker with experience on scripted television shows, documentary feature films, scripted feature films and short films.

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