01  March  2019

'Roma' editor Adam Gough talks editing

Just before the Oscars, editor Adam Gough visited European Film College to give an editing masterclass and Q&A to the film students.

The film 'Roma', produced by Netflix and directed by Alfonso Cuarón, was recently awarded with three Oscars and three Golden Globes. Right before the Oscars, the editor of 'Roma', Adam Gough, visited European Film College as a guest lecturer.

Adam Gough, who is a UK-based editor, is also known for his editing work on 'Children of Men' and 'In Bruges'.

While staying at the film school, Adam Gough gave the students a fascinating insight to the world of editing and to his own way of working, showing different processes from the editing room and talking about both the technical and the creative aspect of film editing.

In this interview, made by students at European Film College, Adam Gough talks about the craft and art of editing and about working with director Alfonso Cuarón.

Interview: Shayan Shukla & Celia Dahrendorf
Camera: Kernius Ribikauskas & Bence Katai
Sound: Celia Sheij
Editor: Shayan Shukla

The film 'Roma' won Oscars for Best Achievement in Directing, Best Foreign Language Film of the Year, and Best Achievement in Cinematography.

Adam Gough was also nominated for a BAFTA for Best Editing for his work on 'Roma'.
Adam Gough - editor of Roma, Children of Men, and In Bruges. Visiting European Film College, 2019.