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4 CINEMONTAGE / JUL-AUG 14 CONTRIBUTORS VOL 3 NO 4 / JUL-AUG 14 Editor – Tomm Carroll Art Director – Wm. Stetz/Stetz Design Accountant – Meleney Humphrey Proofreaders – Bill Elias, Larry J. Tazuma Circulation – Serena Kung COLUMNISTS Post Script – Tomm Carroll Getting Organized – Rob Callahan Labor Matters – Jeff Burman CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Laura Almo Erik C. Andersen Joseph Herman Debra Kaufman Edward Landler Kevin Lewis Adam Lichtenstein David Tarleton Peter Tonguette CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Martin Cohen Bonnie Osbourne Gregory Schwartz Sarah Shatz Wm. Stetz Deverill Weekes ADVERTISING SALES John McCarthy and Associates 805-870-4437 EDITORIAL OFFICES 7715 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 200 Hollywood, CA 90046 Phone – 323.876.4770 or 800.705.8700 Fax – 323.876.0861 E-mail – EDITORIAL POLICY COMMITTEE Jeff Burman (co-chair) John Lafferty, ACE (co-chair) AJ Catoline Mark Goldblatt, ACE Glenn Morgan, MPSE CINEMONTAGE (ISSN 2165-3526) is published bimonthly by the Motion Picture Editors Guild, IATSE Local 700, 7715 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90046. Periodicals Postage paid at Los Angeles, CA. SUBSCRIPTIONS: $10 of each Editors Guild member's annual dues is allocated for a subscription to CINEMONTAGE. Nonmembers may purchase an annual subscription for $45 (domestic) or $65 (foreign). POSTMASTER: Send address changes to CINEMONTAGE, 7715 Sunset Blvd., Suite 200, Hollywood, CA 90046. The opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent the official policy of the Editors Guild. CINEMONTAGE will not accept advertising from nonsignatory companies that perform bargaining unit work. We welcome editorial submissions and press releases. Contact Tomm Carroll, Editor, at or at 323-876-4770, ext. 222. Copyright © 2014 The Motion Picture Editors Guild Printed by California Offset Printing, Inc. CINEMONTAGE Wm. Stetz ("LA Retirees Lun- cheon" photography) is an award- winning director, photographer and designer. His photography recently won an American Aper- ture Award. He can be reached at Martin Cohen's ("Working Their Way Back to You" photography) photographs have been published internationally and exhibited in major cities around the world. Originally from the Netherlands, he attended the Dutch Film Academy in Amsterdam. He can be contacted at martincohenphotography@gmail. com. Rob Callahan ("Getting Organized") is the Motion Picture Editors Guild's National Organizer, based in Los Angeles. He can be reached at rcallahan@ Kevin Lewis ("This Month in Film History") is a freelance writer who specializes in historical articles about films and the film industry. He has written for International Documentary, DGA Magazine and Film History and can be reached at Peter Tonguette ("Working Their Way Back to You") is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Sight & Sound, Film Comment and Cineaste. He can be reached at tonguetteauthor2@ Debra Kaufman ("Plugged-In for Picture") has been writing about film/TV technology and business for 25 years, for publications including The Hollywood Reporter, Variety and Wired. She covers content in a digital age in her blog. Reach her at Jeff Burman ("Labor Matters") represents assistant editors on the Guild's Board of Directors. He can be reached at Joseph Herman ("Tech Tips") is a post-production professional, filmmaker, animator and artist. His work has appeared in films, commercials, promos and music videos. Reach him at Edward Landler ("Raising Editors") is a filmmaker, media educator and film historian. He made I Build the Tower, the defini- tive feature documentary on the Watts Towers, and is currently completing a cultural history of film. He can be reached at Gregory Schwartz ("Foster the People" photography) is a freelance photographer who has worked on entertainment productions for the past 20 years. His photographs have been featured in numerous books and magazines. He can be contacted at GSa35mmMan@aol. com. Laura Almo ("Foster the People") is a writer and documentary film- maker. She teaches video editing at El Camino College in Torrance, California, and is a contributing editor at Documentary magazine. Contact her at lauraalmo@mac. com. David Tarleton ("Cut/Print") is an award-winning editor, as well as producer and director. He is currently an assistant professor at Columbia College Chicago, where he is head of Editing and Post-Production, and can be found on the web at Adam Lichtenstein's ("Op/Edit") varied editing credits include narratives, documentaries and scripted comedies. He can be reached through his website, Erik C. Andersen ("Tail Pop") is an Emmy Award-winning picture editor living in Los Angeles. He just finished editing Nick Cannon's feature film Turnt Up and is one of 15 editors who authored the book Transitions — Voices on the Craft of Digital Editing. He can be reached at Sarah Shatz ("NY Retirees Luncheon" photography) is a New York based photographer and member of Local 600. She specializes in portraits, unit stills and behind-the-scenes for film, TV and commercials. www.sarah- CineMontage_Jul-Aug_14-4.indd 4 6/18/14 4:27 PM

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