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Editor Josh Beal on Netflix’s Bloodline
By Randi Altman

Looks are deceiving, and that familiar saying is at the heart
of Netflix’s dramatic series Bloodline. The show focuses on the Rayburns, a respected family that runs a popular and long-standing beachfront hotel in the Florida Keys.

On the surface, they are pillars of the community and a perfect family, but when you dig below the surface they are a mess — long-standing family secrets, a black sheep with a criminal record, drug use, alcoholism. It’s all there.

Josh Beal joined the editing team of Bloodline around Episode 7 of Season 1 as the show’s only LA-based editor. The other three were in New York — Aaron Kuhn, Deborah Moran and Naomi Geraghty — working with East Coast-based show producers Daniel Zelman and Todd Kessler. Beal, at the time based at the Sony lot in Culver City, worked closely with producer Glenn Kessler, who was headquartered in Los Angeles.

Coming into Season 2, Glenn Kessler was the one who was going to be driving the episodes through editorial, so they moved the whole thing to LA. While Beal hesitates to be called the show’s main editor, he was the first one on and did cut the majority of episodes for Season 2, which is shot on a Sony F55 camera in 4K by DP Jaime Reynoso.

I reached out to editing veteran Beal, who uses the Avid Media Composer, to find out more about his process and the show’s workflow.

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The sounds Inside Amy Schumer
By Jennifer Walden

After four seasons of Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, it’s hard to imagine still being shocked by the comic’s particular brand of comedy. Somehow Schumer still manages to make jokes that leave you uncomfortable — jokes that are so, so wrong, but so, so funny that you can’t help but laugh.

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Review — The Producer’s Playbook: Real People on Camera
By Brady Betzel

Yes, this is a book review! While I typically write reviews on post hardware and software, sometimes I will see something off the typical NLE or plug-in grid that piques my interest, such as GoPro gimbals, lighting equipment and even books.

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Liam Ford joins Post FactoryNY as CTO

Vicon at SIGGRAPH with new motion tracking cameras

Aardman Nathan Love adds director/designer Ellen Su

Michelle Munson to receive Charles S. Swartz Award

Axis works on Destiny: Rise of Iron trailer for Activision

Lobo opens NYC animation studio, Luis Ribeiro at helm

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