Homestead Editorial Edits Two Parody Documentary Trailers

Homestead Editorial recently edited two parody documentary trailers which were prominently featured during the just concluded Full Frame Film Festival. Lancy Doty, Partner, Executive Producer, Homestead Editorial, made the announcement.

Homestead editor Charly Bender edited the two parodies, which are entitled ‘March of the Penguins’ and ‘The Thin Blue Line.’ At 90-seconds, the ‘Penguins’ trailer parodies the 2005 Oscar winning documentary by the same name. However, in the comedic version, the penguins come under attack by a group of military operatives. The new trailer was produced by McKinny Silver in Durham, N.C., and was directed by Kevin Donovan of Form.

The original ‘Thin Blue Line’ was a l988 documentary directed by Errol Morris. The film dramatically re-enacted the crime scene and investigation of a police officer’s murder in Dallas. The new parody version, which takes place in a prison cell, has a running time of 80-seconds, was also produced by McKinny Silver and also was directed by Kevin Donovan of Form.

NOTE: To view this work, please see:
http://www.homesteadedit.com/editors_reel.php?id=13&fname=Charly&Iname=Bender and ‘click’ on ‘Thin Blue Line’

In addition to the two new trailers, Charly Bender has also edited a number of other projects. He is the editor of three indie films: ‘Ash Tuesday,’ starring Janeane Garofalo and Giancarlo Esposito, the documentary film ‘Hey Vinny,’ which was nominated for an Emmy Award, and ‘Noise,’ starring Ally Sheedy. Commercials he has edited include those for Audi, Bridgestone, Firestone, and The History Channel, to name some. In addition, Bender maintains his obligations as co-owner of Homestead Editorial and as full-time editor on fresh, new commercials and music videos.


CREDITS FOR ‘MARCH OF THE PENGUINS’:

Agency: McKinney Silver, Durham, N.C.
Writer: MITCH BENNETT
Art Director: WES WHITENER
Producer: REGINA BRIZZOLARA
Director: KEVIN DONOVAN
Director of Photography: TREVOR BROWN
Production Company: FORM
Executive Producer: TARA HANDLEY/ROSSI CANNON
Line Producer: TARA HANDLEY
Animatronic Penguin & Puppetteer: RON STEFANIUK
Editorial Company: HOMESTEAD EDITORIAL NY
Editor: CHARLY BENDER
Assistant Editor: KEVIN PALMER
Executive Producer, Post: LANCE DOTY
Visual Effects Direction – SUSPECT
Tim Crean – Visual Effects Supervisor
Rob Appelblatt – Executive Producer
Assistant Producer – Tsiliana Jolson
Lead Flame Artist – Jason Cunningham
Flame Artist – Tony Robins
Flame Artist (Mattes & Retouch) – Chris Coleman
Flame Artist (Mattes & Retouch) – Ricky Weissman
Lead 3D Artist – Steve Burger
3D Artist – Erwin Riau

Audio Facility: SOUND LOUNGE
Sound Designer: CHARLY BENDER
Sound Mix: TOM JUCARONE


CREDITS FOR ‘THE THIN BLUE LINE’:

Agency: McKinney Silver, Durham
Writer: MITCH BENNETT
Art Director: WES WHITENER
Producer: REGINA BRIZZOLARA
Director: KEVIN DONOVAN
Director of Photography: RAY DUMAS
Production Company: FORM
Executive Producer: TARA HANDLEY/ROSSI CANNON
Line Producer: TARA HANDLEY
Editorial Company: HOMESTEAD EDITORIAL NY
Editor: CHARLY BENDER
Assistant Editor: KEVIN PALMER
Executive Producer, Post: LANCE DOTY
Post Effects: CLICK 3X
VFX Artist: Mark Szumski
CGI Artist: Ryan O’Phelan
Producer: Todd McCammon
Executive Producer: Jason Mayo
Audio Facility: SOUND LOUNGE
Sound Designer: CHARLY BENDER
Sound Mix: TOM JUCARONE

About The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival:

The 2006 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival took place in Durham, NC, April 6-9. Founded in 1998, and now recognized as the premier documentary film festival in the United States by both The New York Times and indieWIRE, the festival celebrates the power and artistry of documentary film. The festival is an important arena for documentary filmmakers ?Äî a place where they can showcase their work theatrically in an environment that stimulates conversation and community between other filmmakers, industry executives and the general public.

About Homestead Editorial:

Homestead Editorial, a New York-based postproduction boutique, was founded in 1994 and offers a range of services including creative editorial, graphic and title design, and online finishing. Homestead primary objective is to provide its clients with a collaborative and positive experience. This is accomplished via its knowledgeable talent, technical expertise, exceptional client service, and relaxing and open environment. A skilled production staff with backgrounds in film, television, music videos and advertising agencies is also on-hand to support the artists.

The studio has contributed its talent to spots for Coinstar, Diesel, Nike, AT&T, MasterCard, Jaguar, Verizon, Audi, Fox Sports, Volvo and Burger King. In addition, Homestead contributed its talent to the notable music video ‘Walk This Way’ by Aerosmith and Run DMC, which was one of the top 10 videos of all time.

Homestead is represented by Perry Schaffer and Corey Rogers of Schaffer Rogers. The company is located at 48 West 25th Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10010. The phone is 212/255-4440, and the website is
www.homesteadedit.com.

To view this work, please see:

http://www.homesteadedit.com/editors_reel.php?id=13&fname=Charly&lname=Bender and ‘click’ on ‘March of the Penguins’




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