Editing Pearl Jam Twenty

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Posted by Greg on October 28, 2011 at 3:58 pm
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Chris Perkel sat down for a lengthy chat with The AWL to discuss the editing of Pearl Jam Twenty. As you know Chris, along with editor Kevin Klauber and assistant editor Adi Cabigting were integral in editing down the massive amount of footage that was available. It’s an interesting and candid interview, so do check it out!

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  • On October 28, 2011 at 4:42 pm Annafrank said

    Twenty is Wonderful!   Please, read the letter I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! #PJ20

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  • On October 29, 2011 at 10:34 am Nyphonejacks said

    if there was so much footage to choose from then why so much from single video theory and immagine in cornice….. and why end after the first 10 years???

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    • On October 29, 2011 at 12:58 pm Immagine In Cornice, part II said

      You took the words right outta my mouth… And why were Breath ’91, State of Love & Trust from Singles party & Hunger Strike from the RIP party all omitted from the Kids are Twenty when it’s advertised as complete versions of ALL the songs in PJ20? Those are the best three songs!!! No one cares about Let Me Sleep or I’m Gonna See My Friend… With all that footage why is disc 3 only 80 minutes?? Add anything!! You got shit tons of footage!! The entire Del Mar “Porch” should have been included in the bonus footage NOT just 4 minutes of the song!! I can go on but I’ll stop… The 2 movies are good but could ave been a lot better! Waiting got see disc 3.

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