Walter Murch on Editing. The Film and Sound Editor behind Apocalypse Now and The Godfather reveals the relationship between editing and dance, the importance of rhythm — “like telling a good joke” — and how digital film has transformed his work.
From the BAFTA archive: Walter Murch, the award-winning editor whose work includes The Godfather, The English Patient and Cold Mountain, offers a unique insight into his craft in this special Academy lecture. Recorded at BAFTA London in May 2003.
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