VERHOEVEN'S ELLE WINS TWO GOLDEN GLOBES

Elle Poster - ThumbnailPaul Verhoeven's latest film Elle, edited by Job ter Burg, NCE, has won two Golden Globes this Sunday, January 8. The film won the awards for Best Foreign Language Film and Best Actress (Isabelle Huppert).

The NCE congratulates Job with this fantastic achievement!

 

Elle had its world premiere at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival in May 2016, and was reviewed as one of the great successes at the festival.
Job ter Burg, NCE also edited Paul Verhoeven's Zwartboekwhich was awarded at the Venice Film Festival and the Dutch Film Festival.

 

See also the Golden Globes website.



IDFA-XL: EDITING

This year's edition of the IDFA focused on editing in their special program ‘Assembling Reality’. Together with the IDFA, the NCE organized a unique and international program for editors.

IDFA 2016 Logo - ThumbnailOn Saturday, November 19 2016, there was a full-day program, starting with a masterclass with renowned Scandinavian editor Niels Pagh Andersen (a.o. THE ACT OF KILLING en THE LOOK OF SILENCE), followed by an IDFA Industry Talk, in which Anne Fabini, Sara Kolster, Per K. Kirkegaard (ARMADILLO) and Claudio Hughes (STRANDED) discussed their work and different approaches. Later that afternoon, there was a special screening of HOSPITAL (1969), with an elaborate Q&A with director/editor Frederick Wiseman. The day closed with a mixer.



NCE MASTERCLASS 2016 WITH JOE WALKER, ACE

WG Posters Animated The NCE’s Sixth Annual International Masterclass on Film Editing, on September 24, 2016, featured Oscar-nominated British film editor Joe Walker, ACE.

Originally a music composer, with a B.A. from the University of York, Joe Walker gained recognition as editor for artist/director Steve McQueen, for whom he cut Hunger (2008), Shame (2011) and 12 Years a Slave (2013). For the latter, he was nominated for an Academy Award. In 2010, Joe constructed the crowd-sourced film Life in a Day (Kevin Macdonald, 2011) out of 80,000 YouTube clips. Walker is currently working on the sequel to Blade Runner, directed by Canadian director Denis Villeneuve, for whom he earlier cut Sicario (2015) and Arrival (2016).


With over 170 participants, this sixth annual masterclass was the most successful to date.