What’s percolating below the line this awards season?


SLP
Variety
puts below-the-line awards in today’s spotlight with the following stories in the visual effects, sound and editing worlds.  

How some editors infuse their work with the protagonist’s point of view.

How visual effects supervisors thrive on challenges.

“Ted” and “Life of Pi” offered compelling CG animals.

Sound mixers sell the realism of unreal worlds, while sound editors hit the road in search of authenticity

Radio mics were key for “Les Miserables,” and the film’s editors found challenges in its live singing performances.

Imax proved a challenge for “The Dark Knight Rises.”

“The Sessions” director Ben Lewin specifically sought out a woman (Lisa Bromwell) to be his editor because she would ahve “different emotional buttons.”

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