Boyhood’s Sandra Adair and Mike Saenz on the technical challenges of editing a twelve year film shoot | KRTS 93.5 FM Marfa Public Radio

"Boyhood" Asst. Editor Mike Saenz, and Editor, Sandra Adair, A.C.E.

“Boyhood” Asst. Editor Mike Saenz, and Editor, Sandra Adair, A.C.E.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is me looking like I had just been rained on.

A few months ago, Karen Bernstein of Marfa Public Radio interviewed Sandra Adair, A.C.E. and me for a piece on the technical challenges of editing “Boyhood.” Reminder to myself; I really need to write that article on the finishing process that will be of tremendous interest to an extremely small number of people.

From MPR’s page:

“Opening the Marfa Film Festival tonight, Richard Linklater’s newest film, Boyhood, encompasses media shot over a 12 year period. The film has been called a masterpiece but this interview with acclaimed editor Sandra Adair and her assistant, Mike Saenz, reveals the often bumpy technological road behind matching camera codecs and edit formats. Interview was recorded during this past SXSW film, interactive and music festival where Boyhood was premiered in Texas. Boyhood opens in theaters nationwide on July 18th.”

You can listen after the jump.

Boyhood’s Sandra Adair and Mike Saenz on the technical challenges of editing a twelve year film shoot | KRTS 93.5 FM Marfa Public Radio.