Women Film Editors of the Golden Age of Movies
This article took me a bit by surprise. The major films in this article edited by these women were huge. Lawrence of Arabia? Mutiny on the Bounty? I know I had an earlier article about how Women Ran Hollywood back then. How did we let the power go? Why? Can we get it back? Tomorrow's post on Ellen Barkin might shine some light on this. Thoughts?
25 Golden Age Movies Edited by Women
In the Coen brothers’ Hollywood satire Hail, Caesar!, Frances McDormand commands a short but memorable scene. Her character, film editor C.C. Calhoun, sits alone in a cramped, dark room filled with cigarette smoke, each exhale illuminated by the light projected by the flatbed editor.