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The art of editing and advances in edit systems were the topics foremost on the minds of the Oscar-nominated editors participating in the fourth annual Invisible Art/Visible Artists seminar organized by American Cinema Editors. Panelists included City of God cutter Daniel Rezende, Cold Mountain's Walter Murch, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King editor Jamie Selkirk, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World editor Lee Smith and Seabiscuit editor William Goldenberg. The panel opened to a standing-room crowd Saturday morning at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood and was moderated by Alan Heim. The Oscar-winning editor played a clip from All That Jazz (1979) showing Roy Scheider spooling film on a now dated Moviola editing system. The clip inspired a discussion on the evolving nature of edit systems.

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