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Tatiana Riegel on editing
the dark comedy I, Tonya

By Randi Altman

I, Tonya is sad and funny and almost unbelievable in the sense that this — or a version of this — actually did happen. It’s also a fantastic movie.

Some of us are old enough to remember when the Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan “Why?!” incident took place. I think we all knew at the time that what was playing out was more like a soap opera and less like figure skating. Thanks to the Craig Gillespie-directed I, Tonya, everyone gets a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what led up to that assault, and it’s not pretty.

What the public didn’t know back in 1993 was the abuse that Tonya Harding was enduring via her mother, her husband Jeff Gillooly and even the figure skating community, who viewed her as too working class to represent them.

I, Tonya’s editor, Tatiana S. Riegel, ACE, is a long-time collaborator of Gillespie’s, having worked with him now on five features (Lars and the Real Girl, The Finest Hours, Fright Night and Million Dollar Arm) and the pilot for the TV series United States of Tara for Showtime. She says the shorthand they’ve developed over 10 years “is thrilling and makes life very, very easy.”

We spoke to newly minted Oscar-nominee Riegel about working with Gillespie and her workflow on the film, which was nominated for a number of Golden Globes and has earned Riegel her own ACE Eddie and Independent Spirit award nods as well.

When were you brought on I, Tonya?
Craig told me about it the fall of 2016, and I officially began when they started shooting in January 2017.

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A Closer Look: Why 8K?
By Mike McCarthy

The 2020 Olympics are slated to be broadcast in 8K, and innovations are constantly being released to get us closer to that reality.

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Review: Blackmagic’s Resolve 14
By Brady Betzel

Over the last two years, Resolve has grown
from a high-end color correction and finishing
app to include a fully-capable NLE.

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Behind the Title: Light
Sail VR’s Matthew Celia

Feature pros and young
talent paired on short films

By James Hughes

Jogger moves CD Andy
Brown from London to LA

Capturing Foley for
Epix’s Berlin Station

Genelec intros The Ones
series of near-field monitors

Sim Post LA beefs up with
Greg Ciaccio, Paul Chapman

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