16 wins & 26 nominations.
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(Documentary short) (sound designer)
(Documentary) (rerecording mixer)
(re-recording) / (sound editor - uncredited) / (sound montage)
"Behind the Seen" by Charles Koppelman 2005
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1 Article |
Walter Murch A.C.E. | Walter Murch C.A.S. | Walter
Did You Know?
[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 ...
To date (2013), only artist ever to win Oscars for both film editing and sound engineering on a single film (The English Patient