C3: Beyond the Cutting Room
- C3: Conference
- 60 mins
Professionals from the Motion Picture Editors Guild share their insight, experience, and suggestions on how to best prepare with the finished film in mind, before even beginning to shoot a single frame. Editors are one of the last people to touch a film before it is seen by the world. In this panel, you have a choice to participate in 1 of the 3 breakout discussions to get some holistic “been there, done that” wisdom to take home with you.
Please click here to sign up for your “FIX IT IN PREP” breakout session. Note: You must be registered for C3: Conference on Saturday, May 4th in order to participate.
1:30 – 1:50pm – Introduction
2:00 – 2:50pm – FIX IT IN PREP Breakouts
presented by Motion Picture Editors Guild, organized by the Pan Pacific and Asian Steering Committee
C3 programs on Saturday, May 4th are not individually sold. The admission fee for the All-Day Pass will include all the panels on May 4th.
Ceci Hyoun (Moderator)
Ceci Hyoun is an editor and an assistant editor working primarily on feature films and episodic television. Her editing credits span many years including the director’s cut of ALMOST FAMOUS and the original scripted ending of VANILLA SKY, both with Oscar winner Cameron Crowe. She is currently the chair of the Pan Pacific and Asian Steering Committee of the Motion Picture Editors Guild.
Tricia Rodrigo (Moderator)
Edie Ichioka, ACE has edited television series and feature films including TOY STORY 2, THE BOXTROLLS, WONDER PARK, and THE TAKE. She directed and edited the feature length documentary, MURCH, which is a distillation Walter Murch’s teachings when she was an assistant on THE ENGLISH PATIENT, GODFATHER 3, and the GODFATHER trilogy. She is currently editing an animated feature directed by Glen Keane.
Emily Chiu is an assistant editor working in feature films and television. Emily’s extensive experience includes Spike Jonze’s HER, Joseph Gordon Levitt’s DON JON, and Peter Berg’s PATRIOT’S DAY. As well as working on indies and award caliber films, she has also worked on tent pole films like THE LAST WITCH HUNTER and ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. Most recently she assisted as an additional editor on I AM THE NIGHT for TNT, directed and produced by Patty Jenkins.
Maysie Hoy’s editing credits include BREAKTHROUGH, DOLLY PARTON’S HEARTSTRING – CHRISTMAS OF MANY COLORS, WHY DID I GET MARRIED?, THE JOY LUCK CLUB, and more.
She is an alumna of the American Film Institute’s Directing Women’s Workshop. She is on the Board of Directors of the Motion Picture Editors Guild and American Cinema Editors. She has been featured with thirty accomplished craftswomen in a book called Great Women in Films.
Eurie Chung discovered community filmmaking while pursuing a graduate degree at UCLA in Asian American Studies. She has worked on a wide range of independent documentaries, producing the interactive documentary project K-TOWN ’92 and OFF THE MENU: ASIAN AMERICA, and also manages Flash Cuts, a post-production facility in Los Angeles. She has edited the documentary CONGRATULATIONS, YOU’RE ON YOUR OWN: LIFE AFTER FOSTER CARE for PBS Socal and is currently producing ASIAN AMERICANS, a five part history series co-produced by CAAM and WETA.
Rejh Cabrera is a film editor based in Los Angeles, CA. Born in Canada and raised in Texas by Filipino parents, Rejh earned his MFA in Film & TV Production from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. He co-edited the Hulu documentary feature ASK DR. RUTH, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and is in theaters now, and was the associate editor on the Emmy nominated Netflix documentary series THE KEEPERS.
Casey Canoy graduated from University of California, Los Angeles – Cum Laude with a B.A. in Communication Studies. Her first gig in post production was an entry level position at a post production facility at Level 3 Post in Burbank, and she has become an Associate Producer on various shows like ONCE UPON A TIME, ONCE UPON A TIME IN WONDERLAND, NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND, and pilots for CBS Studio & the CW Network.
Nena Erb, ACE is an editor experienced in multiple genres from drama series to feature films, documentaries and comedy. She’s edited acclaimed series such as INSECURE, CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND, BEING MARY JANE, among others. In 2016 she received an Emmy award for her work on HBO’s documentary series PROJECT GREENLIGHT and in 2019, she received an ACE Eddie nomination for her work on HBO’s Peabody winning series, INSECURE. She is currently working on Jessica Gao’s untitled pilot about a first generation Chinese-American woman struggling to set healthy boundaries with her crazy, exhausting family.
Rosanne Tan, ACE has been an editor on many acclaimed shows and has worked with a variety of networks including Amazon, Netflix, AMC and many others. She has experience in a variety of genres and has been able to explore the dramatic, visceral worlds such as MR. ROBOT, HOMECOMING, SEVEN SECONDS, and NOS4A2. Recently, Rosanne was nominated for an ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Drama Series for Non-Commercial TV on Amazon’s HOMECOMING. Currently, she is back working on MR. ROBOT for its final season.