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Issue: Editing - May 23, 2003

VIDEO SYMPHONY STUDENTS CUT INDIE DOCUMENTARY

HOLLYWOOD - Instructor Tamera Daugherty and the students at Video Symphony (www.videosymphony.com) recently completed editorial, graphics and animation for the independent documentary "The Day My God Died." The film features commentary by Winona Ryder and Tim Robbins, and focuses on five young women who have escaped the black market child sex slave trade in Nepal and India.

The Video Symphony students used an Avid Symphony to online the feature and Digidesign's Pro Tools DAW for sound design, sound editing and the final mix. Online editors for the project included John Moxley, Elle Karp, Kevin Church, Ken Junod and Mark Pompian. Church also handled the audio post. Moxley and Karp, along with George Parker created graphics and titles. The film, which was co-produced by Ryder, was shown in early May as part of the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.