The spirit of Lev Kuleshov was felt from coast to coast over the past week as AICE Chapters across the country and in Canada held their 2016 International Camp Kuleshov trailer competitions for assistant editors, graphic designers and audio mixer/sound designers.
He’s back! Lev Kuleshov – Russian film theorist, inventor of the ‘Kuleshov Effect’ and dead ringer for Bela Lugosi – has returned to challenge assistant editors, mixers and graphic designers in the second AICE International Camp Kuleshov trailer competition.
Assistant Editor David Rubin of Cutters in Chicago has been named the top winner in the Editing category of the 2015 Camp Kuleshov competition, AICE’s annual contest for assistant editors, audio mixers and graphic designers.
AICE’s 2015 Camp Kuleshov trailer competition has concluded its chapter competitions this week, holding events in Detroit and Dallas to crown local champions, both of whom advance to the next round of judging which will result in an overall International Winner.
AICE’s International Camp Kuleshov Competition took another major step last night when the fourth of four major chapters held it awards presentation and party. On Wednesday, Oct.
Camp Kuleshov is going national, as AICE has announced a new unified format for its popular trailer competition for assistants.
Assistants got their night to shine as top prizes in two AICE Camp Kuleshov trailer competitions were presented at events held yesterday evening in both New York and Los Angeles.