Turning Wolverine into LOGAN: The Editing Team Talks Collaboration

Mon. April 24| 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | S220

"Logan's" editorial team -- the editors, assistant editor and VFX editor-- take a deep dive into how they collaborated with the director and each other to tell this darkly dramatic and action-packed Wolverine story. Using illustrative clips, the editors will explain how they communicated "Logan's" complex plot lines, how they selected what to show and not in the film's often-brutal battle scenes, how they shaped the eruption of Logan's character (his years of guilt, sadness, shame and anger), and much more. End up understanding how the editing process helped "Logan" became a critical hit, plus the highest-grossing film, worldwide, in the Wolverine franchise.

Cinema projection technology provided by Christie

Produced in partnership with American Cinema Editors (ACE)


Program: Creative Master Series

Registration Package: Conference Flex Pass or Session Pass


Session Sponsor

Sponsored by ACE-Christie

Moderator

Norman Hollyn
Professor, Inaugural Chairholder, Michael Kahn Endowed Chair in Editing
University of Southern California, School of Cinematic Arts

Panelists

John Berri
Additional Editor
Daniel Nussbaum
First Assistant Editor
Dirk Westervelt
Film Editor