LOS ANGELES – Both the LA Times and CNN have reported on the death of director Quentin Tarantino's longtime film editor, Sally Menke, 56, who was found after going on a hike in the extreme heat on Monday with her dog. Menke worked on such movies as Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill and Jackie Brown. No cause of death was immediately reported, and the coroner is looking into whether or not the heat was a factor.
"Sally was a tremendous person, collaborator and friend,’ says Todd-AO re-recording mixer Mike Minkler. “Two years younger than me, I often called her ‘mom’ because she always exuded such warmth, intelligence, passion and care. I will forever miss her."
LOS ANGELES — The Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) announced the winners of the 2016 HPA Awards during a gala celebration on Thursday, November 17th, at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Ang ...
November 18, 2016
HOLLYWOOD — Hula Post (http://hulapost.com) provided editorial systems, workflow engineering and technical support to Walt Disney Pictures for the production of The Jungle Book, a project that spanned ...
April 25, 2016
LOS ANGELES — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (oscars.org) announced its newly elected 2016–2017 board of governors. A runoff election is required for the Film Editors Branch.
July 18, 2016