A while back, I was asked by the company frame.io to write for their blog. This is the first of hopefully many more articles. Hope you enjoy it!
About the film
This past winter, I had the pleasure being the dialog editor for a new documentary by director and producer David Byars called “No Man’s Land” which will make it’s premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this year. In the film, we follow a group of protestors as they take command over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in rural Oregon. They do this to protest what they view as the US federal government overstepping it’s authority as it pertains to the local ranchers land rights. I figured I’d talk a little bit here about my process and how I approached the dialog edit for the film.
Here’s a series of 6 youtube videos I mixed last month for Society. Absolutely ridiculous. My favorite kind of spot.
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