16 wins & 28 nominations.
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(Re-Recordist) / (Sound Montage and Design) / (sound designer)
(re-recording) / (sound editor - uncredited) / (sound montage)
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[on the evolution of the average shot length] The average shot length of The Birth of a Nation
(1915), which was made 100 years ago, is five seconds, and Francis Coppola's Tetro
(2009), which was shot six years ago, is five seconds. Action films, that is lower. On average, you can get down to, over the course of a whole film, three-and-a-half seconds per shot. But you can also compare two films ...
Son of Canadian painter, Walter Tandy Murch (August 17, 1907 - December 11, 1967). His first one-man show was in 1941 at Wakefield Gallery in New York. Murch regularly mounted solo exhibitions every two years until his death in 1967. By 1950, he also taught at Pratt Institute and later at New York University, Columbia University and Boston University.