NCE MASTERCLASS 2016 WITH JOE WALKER, ACE

WG Posters Animated The NCE’s Sixth Annual International Masterclass on Film Editing will feature 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).

Tickets to this event are available for purchase through this link.



9TH CPUG AMSTERDAM SUPERMEET

Supermeet 2016On Sunday, September 11, the NCE will be Media Sponsor of the CPUG Amsterdam SuperMeet in hotel Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam. Tickets are available through www.supermeet.com. or through this link.

The SuperMeet agenda usually includes local and industry filmmaker show and tells, digital video tips and tricks and user-driven workflows and world premiere announcements of new hardware and software. For more information on the SuperMeet, check www.supermeet.com.



Q&A WITH WALTER MURCH, ACE

Walter Murch

On Sunday, September 13th in cinema Het Ketelhuis in Amsterdam, the NCE organized a unique Q&A session with Walter Murch, ACE — one of the most prominent and sought-after editors on the NCE's wish list. Notwithstanding his busy schedule, he took the time to engage in an elaborate conversation with our president, Job ter Burg, NCE, answering a variety of questions from the well-filled room.
Murch became a true legend through his longtime collaboration with director Francis Ford Coppola on seminal films like Apocalypse Now, The Conversation and The Godfather trilogy, and he has won three Academy Awards, two BAFTA's and two Eddie Awards, among other things. Read more...

Click for a photo report of the Q&A. © NCE / photography by: Wouter Jansen