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Academy Award-Winning Team at the KCET Cinema Series for the ‘Richard Jewell’ Post-Screening Q&A

Film Editor Joel Cox has worked with Clint Eastwood for almost 40 years, and won an Academy Award for Best Editing for his work on "Unforgiven." He received another Oscar nomination for the editing on Eastwood’s "Million Dollar Baby," and earned a BAFTA Award nomination for his work on "Changeling."  More recently, Cox edited "The Mule and American Sniper," for which he received yet another Oscar nod, and the big-screen version of the Broadway musical "Jersey Boys."

In addition to his work with Eastwood, Cox edited Christian Gudegast’s" Den of Thieves," Stephen Fung’s "The Adventurers," Benny Boom’s "All Eyez on Me," and Denis Villeneuve’s drama "Prisoners."

Early in his career, Cox worked alongside his mentor, editor Ferris Webster, as a co-editor on such films as "The Enforcer," "The Gauntlet," "Every Which Way But Loose," "Escape from Alcatraz," "Bronco Billy" and "Honkytonk Man." His other credits as an editor include "Tightrope," "The Dead Pool," "Pink Cadillac" and "The Stars Fell on Henrietta."

Supervising Sound Editor Alan Murray is a nine-time Academy Award nominee with two wins for "American Sniper" and "Letter From Iwo Jima." His other credits include: "The Mule," "A Star Is Born," "Sully," "Sicario," "Letters From Iwo Jima," "Flags of Our Fathers," "Space Cowboys," "Eraser," "Lethal Weapon 2," "Ladyhawke," and most recently, Todd Phillips’ "Joker."

See event photos and listen to the Q&A from the screening below.

 

Supervising Sound Editor Alan Murray and Film Editor Joel Cox join Pete Hammond at the KCET Cinema Series
Supervising Sound Editor Alan Murray and Film Editor Joel Cox join Pete Hammond at the KCET Cinema Series
Lively post screening discussion about the making of Clint Eastwood’s ‘Richard Jewell.’
Lively post screening discussion about the making of Clint Eastwood’s ‘Richard Jewell.’, by dmedina

 

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