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The Big Shave
Martin Scorsese made this short film in 1967 when he was a student at NYU. It contains many of Scorsese's later trademarks, including bloody violence, accelerated editing rhythms, and pop music acting as a counterpoint to brutality. Interesting note: the original title was "Viet '67," an allusion to the self-mutilating American policy towards Vietnam.
eGuider: Chris Brenner
Post Production Point Man, Border Patrol, Scarecrow
A recent MFA graduate from USC's School of Cinematic Arts, Chris spends his days editing, sound designing and wondering why he doesn't get paid more. He has done post work on national commercials for Nestle and Heineken, as well as Ivan Reitman's web series "Border Patrol" and the Academy Award winning short "A Day's Work".