Knowledge About Video Editor
1. Works of video editor
Inventing Herself 1993
Mama's Pushcart: Ellen Stewart and 25 years of La MaMa E.T.C. Conjure Women 1995Inventing HerselfRoyals began her public films with Inventing Herself, a videowall installation of images of African American women. This work premired at the 1993 Mill Valley Film Festival. It was reset-up at the Majestic Theater of the Brooklyn Academy of Music along with an international arts fest in 1995.
Conjure WomenConjure Women is a performance-based feature film documentary (1995) exploring the artistry and philosophy of African American female artists. They use their art expertise to recover the African traditions that their previous generations had to renounce. Having grown up in the West they must fight to reclaim their "Africanisms". The director Demetria Royals says it is "telling the story of African Americans in our own distinct and self-defined voices. " It also looks at challenging the existing stereotypes of African American culture. It was first shown at the 1995 Mill Valley Film Festival and broadcast on national television in February 1997. It is funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the National Endowment for the Arts. It lasts 85 minutes and is available on 16mm and video.
2. wiat Gier Komputerowych of video editor
wiat Gier Komputerowych (English: The World of Computer Games) was a Polish video gaming magazine. It was first issue was released on 14 December 1992 as an addition to the Amiga magazine Amigowiec (deemed the 8-page 0th issue). The permanent editorial team consisted of about 15 people. The first editor-in-chief was Mirosaw Domosud, but he was replaced by Piotr Piekowski, who held this position until the paper was discontinued. It was intended mainly for older players, written in a more formal style than competitors such as Top Secret and CD-Action. On February 1997, the 50th issue was issued, while April 2001 saw the hundredth issue be published. The magazine celebrated its tenth anniversary in February 2003, being the only such magazine on the market to reach this milestone. The last issue appeared in July 2003 as a double. The decision was due to the unsatisfactory sales of the magazine, around 50,000 copies per month. After its dissolution, an attempt was made to revive the paper as Nowy wiat Gier Komputerowych, however this only lasted for two months.
3. Francess Halpenny of video editor
Francess Georgina Halpenny CC FRSC (May 27, 1919 December 25, 2017) was a Canadian editor and professor.
Born in Ottawa, she received a master's degree in English language and literature from the University of Toronto in 1941.
She joined the editorial department of the University of Toronto Press in 1941. She was appointed managing editor in 1965 and associate director (academic) in 1979. She served as dean of the Faculty of Library Science at the University of Toronto from 1972 to 1978, now known as University of Toronto Faculty of Information. From 1969 to 1988, she was a general editor of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography and promoted Canadian history on CBC Radio.
In 1979, she was made an Officer of the Order of Canada and was promoted to Companion in 1984. In 1977 she was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. She was awarded the Molson Prize in 1983 for her editorial work on the Dictionary of Canadian Biography. She has also received eleven honorary degrees from various Canadian universities. Halpenny died in December 2017 at the age of 98.
4. Channel 24 (Israel) of video editor
Channel 24 (Hebrew: 24), formally known as Music 24 (Hebrew: 24), is an Israeli free-to-air television channel owned by Telad, which was launched on July 20, 2003 and broadcasts music videos by Israeli musicians. Apart from music videos, the channel has different music-related shows, including interviews with musicians, live performances, music-oriented talk shows and programs which are dedicated to a specific genre of music.
The channel's editor-in-chief, Yoav Kutner, has been one of the most influential figures in the Israeli rock scene. For more than 20 years he has been instrumental in introducing new singers, both Israeli and foreign, in his radio shows (which he quit in order to head the TV channel) to generations of Israeli music fans.
Music 24 has struggled through monetary and ratings problems since its inception. Critics claim it has become a niche channel for Israeli bands and singers which appear only on it and otherwise remain anonymous for the public at large. However, it has been responsible for advancing the career for others.
In May 2019 the channel was sold to Telad, rebarnded "The New Channel 24" and re-launched on May 8th and broadcasts Entertainment Show and Movies beside the music videos and shows.
5. Ingmar Zahorsky of video editor
Ingmar Zahorsky (born 17 February 1983 in Eckernfrde, Schleswig-Holstein) is a photojournalist and award-winning media artist from Germany. He is the son of physicist Karl-Heinz Zahorsky who is the founder and president of LaserSoft Imaging AG. He is an honors graduate of the Art Institute of California - San Francisco.
Zahorsky's commercial media work for clients such as Yahoo!, AMD and Cisco had a wide audience on television and the web. He worked as a videographer on the full dome planetarium show Maya Skies. The show had its world premiere at the Instituto Politcnico Nacional, Mexico City on October 23, 2009.
His journalism career started at Amateur Illustrator for which he interviewed artists such as Dana Lynne Anderson, Jacob Appelbaum and Ali Jamalzadeh. Recently he worked in Nepal, Kathmandu covering the Maoist uprising.
Zahorsky currently is the Photo Editor of CHINAsia Update a diplomatic southeast Asian magazine.
6. Biography of video editor
As a journalist, Michel Crpu is a literary critic. He was responsible for the literary pages of the Catholic newspaper La Croix before becoming editor in 2002 and then in 2010 the director of the Revue des deux Mondes. He is also a literary critic at Le Masque et la PlumeÂ fr on France Inter, Tout arriveÂ fr on France Culture and collaborates on a variety of newspapers including the Romanian Observator Cultural.
Michel Crpu is also a writer, an essayist and novelist. He has published Le Tombeau de Bossuet which received the "Prix Femina Vacaresco" now replaced by the prix Femina essai and the Grand prix de la Critique littraire of the Acadmie franaise as well as Le Souvenir du mondeÂ fr, rewarded by the prix des Deux Magots.
In January 2015, he was appointed chief editor of Nouvelle Revue franaise by Antoine Gallimard and to the reading committee of the ditions Gallimard.
7. Per Edgar Kokkvold of video editor
Per Edgar Kokkvold (born 26 March 1946) is a Norwegian journalist, former editor and secretary-general of the Norwegian Press Association, and current chair of the Norwegian Broadcasting Council.
Kokkvold was born in Rros. He spent most of his career in Arbeiderbladet, where he was foreign news commentator from 1973 to 1984, foreign news editor from 1984 to 1991 and editor (not editor-in-chief) from 1991 to 1996. He was the secretary-general of the Norwegian Press Association from 1996, until succeeded by Kjersti Lken Stavrum in 2013. He was in 2014 elected to chair the Norwegian Broadcasting Council for the period 2014 to 2017.
In 2006, controversy arose when Kokkvold advocated publishment of the Muhammad cartoons. He received several death threats related to the controversy and needed police protection for long periods.
In 2013 he was awarded the Fritt Ord Honorary Award for his fight for free speech and his commentary on media ethics and journalistic practice. He was awarded the inaugural Gunnar Snsteby memorial prize together with Kristin Solberg in 2015.
Kokkvold resides in Drbak, Norway.
8. Irv Slifkin of video editor
Irv L. Slifkin is an American film writer, critic and editor, known for his work with Movies Unlimited in Philadelphia, described as one of the "world's leading video retailers and publisher of the annual encyclopedic Movies Unlimited Video Catalog". Slifkin has taught film at Temple University and has contributed to the Los Angeles Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Chicago Tribune, Empire, Entertainment Weekly and Delaware Valley Magazine as a film critic. Aside from contributing to Video Hound, Slifkin is also responsible for organizing Mondo Meyer, an event in Philadelphia celebrating the work of Russ Meyer.
Slifkin is also the author of the books Groovy Movies: Far-Out Films of the Psychedelic Era (VisibleInk Press) and Filmadelphia: A Celebration of a City's Movies (Mid-Atlantic Press). He is also featured as an actor in the film Changing the Game (2012).
Slifkin also co-produced and co-wrote the three-part documentary "Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All-Time," released in 2020.
9. Career of video editor
As directorUdaya Kumar has directed his debut in the year 2019. His first directorial Karmoda Saridu received a mixed response from the audience and critics. He has also made several short films and also won many awards with regard to the same.
As editorUdaya Kumar started his career as an editor. He worked under the state award winner Srikanth of Ugram & KGF fame. during his work with Srikanth he has worked in famous Kannada movies like, Ishtakamya, India_vs_England,Kaaki, Enendu hesaridali, Kaarmoda Saridu, Kirita, Vaasu pakka commercial. He has his own studio under the name of GStudio.
10. Recognition of video editor
She received a Writers Fellowship from the Writers Guild of America, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Video and a writing development grant from the Funding Exchange Women's Project Scriptwriting Development Fund. She is also a member of the Director's Guild of America since 1982. She was previously director of the Film program at Sarah Lawrence College. She was an associate professor of Media Arts and Writing in the School of Contemporary Arts art Ramapo College in New Jersey
11. tienne Parent of video editor
tienne Parent (May 2, 1802 in Beauport, Lower Canada December 22, 1874 in Ottawa) was a Canadian journalist and government official.
He was editor of the newspaper Le Canadien and, as such, supported French Canadian journalism and writing. He was a close friend and supporter of Lord Gosford.
For his eventual attacks on the government, he was briefly imprisoned, even though he did not actively join the Rebellion of 1837. After the union of Lower Canada and Upper Canada into the Province of Canada in 1841, he was elected to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada for Saguenay. He resigned his seat a year later on appointment as Clerk of the Executive Council.
12. Naysun Alae-Carew of video editor
Naysun Alae-Carew is a Scottish film producer and editor. He is best known for the film, Anna and the Apocalypse which was nominated for the Best Feature Film accolade at the 2018 British Academy Scotland Awards. The film was based on the short film Zombie Musical which earned him the Beat Producer: Short Form accolade at the 2011 British Academy Scotland New Talent Awards. He is a company director of Blazing Griffin which makes independent film and video games including the remastered version of The Ship