We’re back for part 2 of our exclusive interview Douglas Crise editor of Spring Breakers and Arbitrage
In this episode we dive deeper into “finding the cut” and working with great performances. We also get a glimpse of how Steven Soderbergh works with his editors.
Where you spend your time editing?
What you’ll find on a lot of films is that a huge chunk of the movie will cut together beautifully and you’ll have no problem; and then there will be like half a dozen scenes that you’ll spend ten weeks working on.
On Steven Soderbergh:
The thing about Soderberg is that he’ll always has money in the budget for reshoots. He always reshoots, pretty much, to some extent. He always goes back to get something.
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