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Randi Altman
Randi Altman is editor in chief of Post Magazine
Authored Articles
Editing 'The Green Hornet'
Published: January 3, 2011

CULVER CITY, CA — Veteran editor Michael Tronick and his editing team have taken on the task of helping director Michel Gondry bring the Green Hornet and his trusty sidekick Cato to the big screen. While there is plenty of action to go around, the film stars Seth Rogen, better known for his comedic work (Knocked Up, Superbad, The 40-year-old Virgin) than his crime fighting abilities. In addition to starring in Green Hornet,Rogen also gets writing and producing credit, so his funny hand was in just about everything. Shot on 35mm, The Green Hornet was undergoing its conversion from 2D to 3D at the time of this interview.
Editor's Letter: What's your outlook on 2011?
Published: December 6, 2010

Welcome, once again, to our year-end trends issue where we ask the industry to reflect on the past year and look ahead to the next. In addition to our SWOTs (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) that run on the pages of Post, we will be hosting many more on
Director's Chair: Gareth Edwards - 'Monsters'
Published: December 6, 2010

NEW YORK — I first met Gareth Edwards, director/writer of the new Magnolia Films offering Monsters, two years ago in Amsterdam during the IBC show. We were sitting next to each other at an Adobe dinner. He, primarily an After Effects artist, had just completed directing and creating all the visual effects for the BBC’s Attila the Hun. Recently, over veggie burgers in New York City, the UK-based Edwards walked me through his journey as writer, director, cinematographer and visual effects artist on the sci-fi horror film Monsters, about alien life forms and an American journalist and tourist making their way through an infected zone (Mexico) on their way to the US border.
3D Stereo Compositing Roundtable
Published: November 1, 2010

As the trend toward 3D stereoscopic projects continues to grow, so does the need for information about working in this new world. Even if job titles aren’t changing, the intricacies of the jobs are. You might be experienced in compositing in 2D, but that doesn’t mean the transition to 3D stereo will be seamless. The same rules no longer apply. Things that weren’t an issue before need to be addressed in order to make sure the audience is literally comfortable with their viewing experience.
Student, intern, pro
Published: October 29, 2010

Imagine being a college senior during these economic times. The opportunities to work in your area of interest upon graduation are most likely few and far between, but if your area of interest happens to be the post and production industry? Even in the best of times, competition is fierce.
'Waiting for Superman'
Published: October 12, 2010

HOLLYWOOD — Producer Lesley Chilcott and writer/director Davis Guggenheim, the powers behind the Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth (climate change) as well as It Might Get Loud (awesome guitar players), take on the American educational system in their latest, Waiting for Superman.
Editor's Letter
Published: October 5, 2010

IBC & 3D Stereo
Edit This!: Vampires at 'The Gates'
Published: September 2, 2010

This one-hour drama is shot on Red and edited on Avid.
Feel Good Stereo 3D
Published: September 2, 2010

Many new feature films — 3D and live action — are being released in stereo 3D these days, and one of the most important ways to ensure this growth continues is to make sure the experience leaves the audience wanting to come back as opposed to wanting to toss their popcorn. Because once someone walks out queasy, it’s unlikely they’ll be back.
Published: August 10, 2010

We often talk about how the economy has affected post businesses. And while many studios have closed their doors and sold off their gear, others have planned and plotted and operated in really smart ways, allowing them to actually expand their existing business.
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