Recruited: William Goldenberg talks about Zero Dark Thirty

Trevor Hogg chats with William Goldenberg about his film editing work on Zero Dark Thirty with colleague Dylan Tichenor which has captured them international awards recognition...

“We finished Argo [2012] in June and the movie didn’t come out until October,” recalls William Goldenberg who immediately went from the historical thriller detailing the CIA rescue of six American embassy workers in Iran to the true life tale chronicling the decade long hunt for Osama bin Laden which fatally concludes in Pakistan. “I was able to jump onto Zero Dark Thirty [2012] in the middle [of the production] but it meant having no time off. I think I had a weekend.” The film editor did feel the weight of history when assembling the pictures. “Of the two movies I did this year there was more pressure on Zero Dark Thirty because of the recentness of the events.” Goldenberg notes, “You feel responsibility to doing justice to
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