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Inside Out: Skywalker helps hug the audience with sound
Pixar’s latest gets a Dolby Atmos mix
By Jennifer Walden

Ever ask yourself what goes through a child’s mind? Well, Pixar did and the result was their latest Inside Out, which has left audiences laughing and crying. The film focuses on 11-year-old Riley, whose emotions are sent reeling as her family moves from Minnesota to San Francisco.

The story, by directors Pete Docter and Ronaldo Del Carmen, portrays five main emotions: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear — which hang out in the control room of people’s minds. The audience gets to experience Riley’s tumultuous transition through the actions of those five core emotions as they interact inside her mind. They get to see a bit of how her mom and dad’s minds work too. It’s a refreshingly creative animated feature like no other.

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VFX bring wheatpaste poster to life in Paper Heart music video

Each January, The Silver Sound Showdown music video festival and battle of the bands takes place at Brooklyn Bowl. It pairs the winning director and winning band together for a chance to make a music video with Silver Sound Studios in New York City. It was here that Paper Heart, the music video directed by Nick Snyder, produced by Silver Sound and featuring the band Blood and Glass, was born.

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10 fun editing how-to’s from Sean Stender

Cut+Run’s Sean Stender has been a working editor for nine years, but that wasn’t the professional path he initially set out on. After graduating college, his goal was to be a director of photography.

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Quick Chat: Fueld 
Films EP Brady Anderton

Undoing a Revert Trim Session in Premiere Pro
By Premiere Bro

Interstate takes on headphones for M&D
By Randi Altman

Brian Langsbard 
scores MLB doc
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Panels set for 
August’s EditFest LA

Six new ProHD LCD monitors from JVC

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