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How ‘Clara’s Ghost’ went from Kickstarter darling to Sundance standout

Bridey Elliott directed Clara’s Ghost, which stars her father, Chris Elliott, and mother as the titular Clara. The film’s editor, Patrick Lawrence, talks about how the film made it to Sundance.
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Director Mel Jones on why her Sundance debut, Leimert Park, will make cinematic history

Director Mel Jones discusses her Sundance web series, Leimert Park, which is a bit like Sex and the City meets South L.A.
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Why Season 2 of the FX hit ‘Atlanta’ is all about the dried jicama

Donald Glover’s FX series Atlanta kicks off Season 2 on March 1. To get a peek down the road at what’s to come, we hit Sundance 2018 and spoke with editor Kyle Reiter about collaborating with Donald Glover and director Hiro Murai -- and…
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Editor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary on what makes her a supreme icon

Carla Gutierrez, editor of a new documentary about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, talks about the importance of the film’s subject during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.
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Forget 4K or even 8K. ‘Star Trek: Beyond’ editor says 6K is the future of film

Editor Vashi Nedomansky, known for his work on Sharkando 2, Deadpool, and more, was at Sundance 2018, discussing why movies shot and edited in 6K are the future of filmmaking.