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November 2014

Ken McGorry
Consulting Editor Ken McGorry has been writing about the TV and film industries since 1987 and has worked for Post magazine since 1988.

mcgorry@optonline.net
Authored Articles
WHAT EDITORS REALLY WANT
Published: February 8, 2007

The new Editors Retreat attracts dedicated pros from all over.
VISUAL EFFECTS: AFFORDABLE FANTASY
Published: February 2, 2007

Bridge to Terabithia is a rare hybrid of strong story, high-end effects and low budget.
EDIT THIS! - ZODIAC'S SIGN OF THE TIMES
Published: January 2, 2007

David Fincher’s new, all-data thriller zips through a custom pipeline.
ANIMATION - 'CHARLOTTE'S WEB'
Published: December 5, 2006

Fans of this classic tale may find Tippett Studio's CG rodent steals the show.

COMMERCIAL CREATIVES: A RADICAL 'ONE' LINER
Published: November 6, 2006

Smoke and Mirrors makes star-studding look easy for this voting campaign.
EDIT THIS! - A NEW EDITORS RETREAT PLANNED FOR MIAMI
Published: October 16, 2006

Elite editors plan to congregate, network and learn during a long, sunny winter weekend.

AGENCY WORLD: BETTER THAN REAL
Published: September 8, 2006

New techniques will place CG autos in precarious places — like on your TV.
AGENCY WORLD: LUMINA FILMS PROVIDES IT ALL FOR ANTI-DRUG SPOTS
Published: August 11, 2006

NEW YORK — Are we running into more director-editors today? If so, remember you heard it here first. Mark Richardson, the founder of New York-based Lumina Films, is just such a hyphenate. 
INDEPENDENTS SAY: HEART-POUNDING EFFORTS
Published: August 11, 2006

Pumping the all-digital Crank through DigitalFilm Tree's pipeline. 
A SHOT OF 'ADRENALINE' IN ONE SHOT
Published: July 17, 2006

NASHVILLE — Film aficionados and people who love behind-the-scenes production lore are likely to get absorbed in a new independent film by Robert Lynn called Adrenaline. It's a suspense-thriller — like Phone Booth, but set in an SUV with an OnStar service gone mad.
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