Barbara Tulliver, ACE Talks About the Importance of Match Cuts and Rhythm from "Homicide"

EditFest NY 2011 - Barbara Tulliver, ACE Discusses a Scene from the Film "Homicide". For more information on Editfest please go to Barbara Tulliver, ACE, has worked on most of David Mamet’s feature films: as an assistant editor on “House of Games” and “Things Change,” and as an editor on “Homicide,” “Oleanna,” “The Spanish Prisoner,” “The Winslow Boy” and “State and Main,” “Heist,” “Spartan,” and “Redbelt.” She also edited the HBO Special “Ricky Jay and His 52 Assistants,” directed by Mamet and the TNT movie “A Life in the Theatre,” based on Mamet’s play and directed by Gregory Mosher, Paul Thomas Anderson’s debut “Hard Eight“ and James Lapine’s “Earthly Possessions.” Barbara also edited M.Night Shyamalan's “Lady in the Water” and “Signs.” Some of Tulliver's current work includes “Brooklyn's Finest,” HBO's “Too Big To Fail,” and “Dreamhouse.” “Homicide” is a crime-drama film written and directed by David Mamet, and released in 1991. The film's cast includes Joe Mantegna, William H. Macy, and Ving Rhames. It was entered in the 1991 Cannes Film Festival.[1] ACE, American Cinema Editors ( ACE is an honorary society of motion picture editors founded in 1950. Film editors are voted into membership on the basis of their professional achievements, their dedication to the education of others and their commitment to the craft of editing. Manhattan Edit Workshop is a New York Film Editing School offering a full range of basic to advanced manufacturer certified training courses, from the Avid, Autodesk, Assimilate and Apple products to the complete suite of Adobe applications. More information about Manhattan Edit Workshop and the classes offered visit: Follow us on Twitter: @MEWshop ( Like us on Facebook Manhattan Edit Workshop: Friend us Manhattan Edit: Featuring a clip from “Homicide” TM & © Triumph Releasing Corporation (1991) “Homicide”. n.d. In Wikipedia. Retrieved September 22, 2014, from