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How Sally Menke and Quentin Tarantino Cut Together: The Inglorious Basterds Example

How Sally Menke and Quentin Tarantino Cut Together: The Inglorious Basterds Example

Great interview with Tarantino's editor Sally Menke

Great interview with Tarantino's editor Sally Menke

Inside The Edit: Kill Bill Volume 1 | Editing Blog | Sally Menke

Inside The Edit: Kill Bill Volume 1 | Editing Blog | Sally Menke

So You Want to Be a Film Editor? Sally Menke Editing Fellow Alex O'Flinn On Honing | Sundance Institute

So You Want to Be a Film Editor? Sally Menke Editing Fellow Alex O'Flinn On Honing | Sundance Institute

Watch: Quentin Tarantino’s Shout Outs To Editor Sally Menke While Filming ‘Inglourious Basterds’ & ‘Death Proof’

Watch: Quentin Tarantino’s Shout Outs To Editor Sally Menke While Filming ‘Inglourious Basterds’ & ‘Death Proof’

Sally Menke- Film Editor. Django Unchained is Quentin Tarantino's first feature film not edited by Sally Menke, who passed in 2010.

Sally Menke- Film Editor. Django Unchained is Quentin Tarantino's first feature film not edited by Sally Menke, who passed in 2010.

Sally Menke & Quentin Tarantino editing techniques where not to follow the common beginning middle and end but to make the film interesting the whole time and so you can't guess the ending. for example  pulp fiction it is not a simple progression story-line but in fact mix story-lines because it cuts in-between different characters and there story.

Sally Menke & Quentin Tarantino editing techniques where not to follow the common beginning middle and end but to make the film interesting the whole time and so you can't guess the ending. for example pulp fiction it is not a simple progression story-line but in fact mix story-lines because it cuts in-between different characters and there story.

Wikipedia's in and outs about Sally Menke, Short biography and information about career.

Wikipedia's in and outs about Sally Menke, Short biography and information about career.

CUTTING THE BASTERDS - Tribute to Sally Menke by Jim Emerson (10min video)

CUTTING THE BASTERDS - Tribute to Sally Menke by Jim Emerson (10min video)

death proof-chick habit--i loved this song at the end of the movie it was so very retro/tarentino

death proof-chick habit--i loved this song at the end of the movie it was so very retro/tarentino

Eli Roth & Rosanna Arquette remember Tarantino collaborator Sally Menke in this exclusive Blu-ray featurette – IFC

Eli Roth & Rosanna Arquette remember Tarantino collaborator Sally Menke in this exclusive Blu-ray featurette – IFC

Quentin Tarantino and Sally Menke in 2007.

Sally Menke: the quiet heroine of the Quentin Tarantino success story

Quentin Tarantino and Sally Menke in 2007.

Sally Menke, Editor (1953 - 2010) by Jim Emerson. Two annotated excerpts from Inglourious Basterds demonstrate why Quentin Tarantino considered his late editor Sally Menke his closest collaborator from the very beginning of his career.  She edited all of his films, from Reservoir Dogs on.

Sally Menke, Editor (1953 - 2010) by Jim Emerson. Two annotated excerpts from Inglourious Basterds demonstrate why Quentin Tarantino considered his late editor Sally Menke his closest collaborator from the very beginning of his career. She edited all of his films, from Reservoir Dogs on.

From Reservoir Dogs to Inglourious Basterds, editor Sally Menke was the metaphorical neck to Quentin Tarantino’s head, one of his best friends and closest collaborators.

From Reservoir Dogs to Inglourious Basterds, editor Sally Menke was the metaphorical neck to Quentin Tarantino’s head, one of his best friends and closest collaborators.

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