In 1977, Richard Chew, Marcia Lucas and Paul Hirsch won the Oscar for their work editing Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope. But prior to that film, each one had already placed their mark on the art form.
In this episode of Great Shot, Kid, John and Mike begin a new series on the editors of Star Wars with a look at Richard Chew's work on Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation. We discuss how the use of picture reflects the use of sound, the challenges of replaying the same scene in multiple ways, and the contribution of The Clone Wars director Walter Murch.
What did you think of The Conversation?
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