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What Software Did the 2013 Tribeca Filmmakers Use to Edit?

Photo of Bryce J. Renninger By Bryce J. Renninger | Indiewire May 29, 2013 at 3:20PM

When we asked the 2013 Tribeca filmmakers what software they edited on, we got the usual jabs at Final Cut X (though the team behind "Mr. Jones" specifically said they used the much-maligned software, and others may have used it but not specified they did). We also got a lot more Avid users than we did previously as well as two projects who used Premiere. Pictured above is a still from Jason Older's "Let the Fire Burn," which took home an award for Best Editing in a Documentary thanks to its editor Nels Bangerter. Here are the results to the question we asked:
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"Let the Fire Burn"
"Let the Fire Burn"

When we asked the 2013 Tribeca filmmakers what software they edited on, we got the usual jabs at Final Cut X (though the team behind "Mr. Jones" specifically said they used the much-maligned software, and others may have used it but not specified they did).  We also got a lot more Avid users than we did previously as well as two projects who used Premiere. Pictured above is a still from Jason Older's "Let the Fire Burn," which took home an award for Best Editing in a Documentary thanks to its editor Nels Bangerter.  Here are the results to the question we asked:

Avid

"Alì Blue Eyes"
"Big Bad Wolves"
"A Birder's Guide to Everything"
"Bluebird"
"A Case of You"
"Dancing in Jaffa"
"Deep Powder"
"The English Teacher"
"Floating Skyscrapers"
"Inequality for All"
"Inside Out: The People's Art Project"
"Jin"
"The Moment"
"Oxyana"
"Northwest"
"The Pretty One"
"Run & Jump"
"Sunlight Jr"
"What Richard Did"

FCP

"Aatsinki"
"Adult World"
"Almost Christmas"
"Bending Steel"
"Big Men"
"Bottled Up"
"Bridegroom"
"The Broken Circle Breakdown"
"Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me"
"Farah Goes Bang"
"Flex is Kings"
"G.B.F."
"Hide Your Smiling Faces"
"The Genius of Marian"
"In God We Trust"
"The Kill Team"
"Kiss the Water"
"Let the Fire Burn"
"Lil Bub & Friendz" (and post-its)
"Lily"
"The Machine"
"The Motivation"
"McCorkey"
"Mr. Jones" (FCP X)
"Powerless"
"The Project"
"Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic"
"The Rocket"
"Stand Clear of the Closing Doors"
"Teenage"
"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?"

Premiere

"Big Bad Wolves"
"Red Obsession"


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This article is related to: Filmmaker Toolkit: Post-Production, Tribeca Film Festival