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Behind the Cut: Ronald Sanders (Part I)

15 October 2007 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- [Editor's Note: Today we launch a new feature here on Ioncinema.com called ‘Behind the Cut’ - an exclusive Q&A series with prominent feature film editors who more often than not are involved in the projects we promote here on the site. Adam Azimov will shed light into the often overlooked art of film editing. This is the first part of a two part Q&A with Ronald Sanders. It focuses on general editing and work anecdotes, while the second part will take an intimate look at specific editing techniques in some of Ron’s films. Enjoy!] Ronald Sanders is one of Canadian cinema’s best kept secrets.  He, along with others like Susan Shipton and Reginald Harkema, remains hidden in the dark backrooms of the film industry. He works ceaselessly from early in the production to long after the camera has stopped rolling and the sets have been dismantled. So who is Ronald Sanders? He’s a film editor, and chances are you’ve never heard of the man behind the cut in every David Cronenberg film since 1979, save “The Brood.”  Ron has won 3 Genies for his editing in Dead RingersCrash and eXistenZ. He won the Directors Guild of Canada Craft Award for ‘Outstanding Picture Editing’ on A History of Violence and has been nominated for a slew of other awards. Not only has Ronald Sanders cut most of Cronenberg’s masterpieces, he has also worked with other great Canadian and international filmmakers, including Norman Jewison, »

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