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Paul Rogers began his professional career in 2007 editing documentary films for public television in Alabama, winning 4 Emmy Awards. He made the jump to Los Angeles in 2013 and kicked off a career in music videos with the DANIELS’ directed ‘Turn Down For What’ and further collaborated with DANIELS on the short films ‘Interesting Ball’ and ‘Boat Dad’ as well as one half of the duo, Daniel Scheinert, on the A24 feature film ‘The Death of Dick Long,’ which premiered at Sundance in 2018. He dipped back into documentaries in 2020 with ‘You Cannot Kill David Arquette,’ an official SXSW selection and winner of the Adobe Editing Award. His next film is Isaiah Saxon’s debut feature ‘The Legend of Ochi.’ Along with feature films, he has edited for the Eric Andre Show, Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus, Haim, and Thundercat among others. Paul has also collaborated extensively with director Kahlil Joseph on projects such as ‘Lemonade’ for Beyonce, ‘Process’ for Sampha, and Joseph’s most recent work ‘BLK NWS.’ Paul is a partner in the editorial company PARALLAX located in Los Angeles.
Sarah and Paul discuss his career journey and how he approached the editing behind Everything Everywhere All At Once.
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