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Zach Staenberg

Zach Staenberg was the film editor for The Matrix.

Staenberg graduated with a degree in communications from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He got his start in the film industry as a production assistant for Brian DePalma The Fury in 1978.

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Mark Goldblatt

Mark Goldblatt was the film editor for Pearl Harbor, The Terminator, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. His film editing on Terminator 2: Judgment Day earned him a nomination for an Academy Award in 1991 for Best Editing.

Goldblatt is a graduate of the London Film School, the world's oldest film school. One of his first jobs was as a production assistant for Roger Corman.

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Creativity is King in the World of Independent Film Production

By: Michael Connelly

A creative mind is a low budget filmmaker’s most valuable tool. It all starts with an original thought; from there it is all about nurturing that thought until it grows to be a brilliant idea. After that it is a matter of getting that idea made into a movie using every ounce of energy and resources you can possibly muster up.

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Brooks Institute of Photography

The Brooks Institute of Photography is one of the most famous film editing schools. Their Film and Video Production Program is based in a former movie production studio. Founded in 1945 by Ernest H. Brooks, Sr., the Brooks Institute began offering classes in film editing and all aspects of film making in the 1950's.

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London Film School

Looking for a great film editing school? Founded in 1956, The London Film School is one of the oldest film schools in the world. They celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2006.

Many famous film editors graduated from The London Film School, including Julian Doyle, Mark Goldblatt, Kant Pan, Robert Leighton, and Nic Gaster.

Many other great filmmakers in all areas of film making have graduated from London Film School, including Michael Mann, Tak Fujimoto, Roger Pratt, Ueli Steiger, Luis Mandoki, Curtis Clark, Bill Douglas, Franc Roddam, Alain Tanner, Ian Wilson and Anne Hui.

Graduates from London Film School work in all facets of film and television production in more than 80 countries.

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