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Trevor Hogg chats with film editor William Goldenberg about working with Ben Affleck and the challenges of assembling Argo...

“Ben [Affleck] was a much more sophisticated director on Argo [2012] than he was on Gone Baby Gone [2007],” observes William Goldenberg who assembled the directorial debut as well as the third effort from the Hollywood actor who is becoming more comfortable sitting in the director’s chair. “I don’t think Ben felt that he had a true understanding how to tell the story with a camera like he does now.  It is interesting to watch him direct himself.  I asked him about it.  It comes from a certain amount of experience before he ever got behind the camera and directed.  Ben has done a lot of movies as an actor and was a real student of film and directing before he ever directed.”  The Academy Award nominated film editor explains, “What he »

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