Director's Guild

Friday, September 20, 2002

Breakthroughs in technology have been a boon to filmmakers, but as software prices go down and become more accessible, the same breakthroughs have also become something of a bane. Family-friendly companies now offer services to edit sex, violence, or rough language out of films. Brooke talks to filmmaker and Director's Guild head Martha Coolidge about film industry frustration over outside editing.
    Music Playlist
  • No. 3 in B minor
    Artist: Johannes Brahms

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