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By Kentucker Audley Feb. 19th, 2014

A new film edited from the same footage as last years, The Men of Dodge City. Andrea Sisson + Pete Ohs, responsible for the re-edit, The Other Men of Dodge City, reshape and add some flair (see: freeze frames) + insert several full songs from No Age, achieving some intermittent pep. But the point is still listening over talking, naturalism over development, and both are equally successful in creating tone & sticking to their guns. Sisson and Ohs, a filmmaking duo called Lauren Edward (Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces ‘13) asked fellow New Face cinematographer/filmmaker, Nandan Rao, to let them take a stab at re-editing his film. Rao liked the idea & handed over the reigns (the harddrive) and let the duo spin their Remix. It serves as a nice companion piece & interesting experiment, one which surprisingly seems like a new idea in indie film despite our current culture of the mashup. Read more about the process at Filmmaker Magazine.

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I edited this trailer.

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"distractions"

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Making a baby alpaca music video. shot on 5d3 RAW. Pretty music. Pretty boy. Pretty pixels.

Making a baby alpaca music video. shot on 5d3 RAW. Pretty music. Pretty boy. Pretty pixels.

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Andrea & I were chosen for this year’s 25 New Faces of Independent Film by Filmmaker Magazine.

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Go to www.laurenedward.com to find out more about the films we’ve made and will make together.

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Free to study the manner in which life unfolds….

Free to study the manner in which life unfolds….

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"I made that song because I am a god,” he says finally. He laughs for a second, then stops. “I don’t think there’s much more explanation. I’m not going to sit here and defend shit. That shit is rock ’n’ roll, man. That shit is rap music. I am a god. Now what?"

— Kanye West, 2013

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