Posiblemente los mejores guionistas del momento

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The Hollywood Reporter junto en una mesa redonda para hablar sobre guión a los nominados a este premio en dicha categoría.

¡ Qué mejor que aprender de ellos ! Tal vez los mejores guionistas del momento.

«Six talented screenwriters spill secrets of their hot movies and reveal whether the CIA gave notes to Kathryn Bigelow.

The Hollywood Reporter roundtables typically draw diverse groups of talented people. But the six men who gathered Oct. 2 at The Residences at the W Hollywood might be among the most eclectic bunch we’ve ever assembled. Journalist and Oscar-winning screenwriter Mark Boal, 39, chronicles the manhunt for Osama bin Laden in his still-unfinished Zero Dark Thirty, while comedy kingpin Judd Apatow, 44, takes funny aim at his own family life in This Is 40. German auteur Michael Haneke, 70, brought along a translator to help him discuss his Palme d’Or-winning Amour with sitcom star-turned-scribe John Krasinski, 33, who wrote the anti-fracking drama Promised Land with Matt Damon. And veteran writer David Magee, 50, shared stories about his fantasy spectacle Life of Pi with Chris Terrio, 35, whose Argo marks his first feature screenwriting credit…»

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Qué es guión , qué es montaje

Michael Kahn

Una de las artes más difíciles de valorar, hasta el punto que algunos la consideran invisible, es la del montaje.

Muchas veces no queda claro qué es guión y qué es 2020montaje. Los cinco nominados de este año a los premios Oscar intentan aclarar esta cuestión en el siguiente e interesante artículo.

«Of all the collaborative filmmaking crafts, editing is perhaps the hardest creative art to judge, yet among the most critical in terms of shaping the story. Although during the course of the production the editor usually puts the initial edit together, sometimes with little input from the director, once production is complete the polishing of the film is normally done in close partnership with the director, blurring the line between the editor’s contribution and the director’s vision.

So how should the craft of editing be judged? What criteria would an Oscar-winning editor, such as Michael Kahn – who has worked with directorSteven Spielberg for over 37 years and most recently edited the Oscar-nominated Lincoln– use to judge whether an edit is award-worthy?…»

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