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The Good Doctor

Vashi Nedomansky created and implemented the Premiere Pro and After Effects workflows for the first 5 episodes of the hit ABC show during its epic first season.

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As the Editorial Consultant on DEADPOOL, Vashi Nedomansky created the film’s post production workflow utilizing Adobe’s Premiere Pro and After Effects for editorial.

Vashi trained the film’s editor, Julian Clarke, as well as 5 other members of the post production team in the best practices of an Adobe workflow.

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GONE GIRL was the first major Hollywood feature film edited on Adobe Premiere Pro.

Vashi Nedomansky was hired as the Editorial Consultant and created the post production workflow.

Vashi has also trained Oscar Winning editor Kirk Baxter and the rest of the editorial team on the best practices of using Adobe Premiere Pro.

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Sharknado 2

Vashi Nedomansky edited global phenomenon SHARKNADO 2 in just six weeks.

Here is his favorite 2 minute sequence from the climax of the film.

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On 14, Nov 2016 | No Comments | In | By vashi

Mad Max: Center Framed

Film Editor Margaret Sixel was given over 480 hours of footage to create MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. The final edit ran 120 minutes and consisted of 2700 individual shots. That’s 2700 consecutive decisions that must flow smoothly and immerse the viewer. 2700 decisions that must guide and reveal the story in a clear and concise manner. One bad cut can ruin a moment, a scene or the whole film.

One of the many reasons MAD MAX: FURY ROAD is so successful as an action film is the editing style. By using “Eye Trace” and “Crosshair Framing” techniques during the shooting, the editor could keep the important visual information vital in one spot…the Center of the Frame. Because almost every shot was center framed, comprehending the action requires no hunting of each new shot for the point of interest. The viewer doesn’t need 3 or 4 frames to figure out where to look. It’s like watching an old hand-drawn flip book whiz by. It’s always in the same spot!


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On 21, Nov 2013 | No Comments | In | By vashi

An American Carol

“An American Carol” is a feature film directed by David Zucker (Airplane!, Naked Gun).

Starring Leslie Nielsen, Kevin Farley, Kelsey Grammar, Dennis Hopper, Jon Voight, Robert Davi, James Woods and David Alan Grier.
Edited by Vashi Nedomansky.

The film was shot on the Panavision Genesis camera and cut on FCP 7. Afghanistan sequence was filmed in Santa Clarita, California.

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On 01, Jul 2013 | One Comment | In | By vashi


Mobius was one of the first 4 official films shot on the Canon C300.
The film premiered on November 3rd, 2011 @Paramount Studios in Hollywood.

Directed by Vincent Laforet.

I edited Mobius on a generation 1 Mac Tower, 2.66 dual processor intel. 16 gigs of ram. GT120 and GT285 Nvidia cards.

This is the same dinosaur-ific tower I cut “The Last 3 Minutes” on for Shane Hurlbut.

Just upgraded to an 8-core 2.26 Mac Tower…Ahhhhhhh.

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On 16, Jun 2013 | 4 Comments | In | By vashi

El Pollo Loco – Wet Burrito

I was hired to edit/color/sound design/deliver 5 broadcast spots for El Pollo Loco. The director was John Krueger who has directed and produced dozens of EPL spots to date. Shane Hurlbut was the DP and he brought in the Elite Team with a truckload of Canon 5d, 7d and C300s to blast out this 30 second spot in one day. The Arri Alexa was used to film the food inserts on a different day. This is the Signature Spot for El Pollo Loco’s new campaign.

– Editor/Colorist/Sound Design
John Krueger – Director
Shane Hurlbut – Director of Photography
Matt Macar – Motion Graphics/Titles

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On 15, Jun 2013 | No Comments | In | By vashi

Keith Urban – “For You” Official Music Video BTS

Shane Hurlbut shot a music video for Keith Urban on the same desert that he shot Act of Valor 3 years earlier. This brought full circle the journey of making the feature film.

Shane gave me 9 hours of B-roll from the video shoot and said…”Make it rock!” I tried to tell the story of the journey as well!

Courtesy of Relativity and Bandito Brothers.
Edited by .

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On 15, Jun 2013 | No Comments | In | By vashi

Wikus and Charlize

Sharlto Copley (District 9) asked me to Produce and DP the return of Wikus van de Merwe in a special video for the South African Music Awards. I of course said yes. Sharlto wrote, directed and edited this piece. It was Sharlto’s first visit ever to Hollywood and I was proud to be his guide to my backyard.

Wikus tries to find fellow South African…Charlize Theron in Los Angeles. He needs her help to present and announce the winner of the best album. What could go wrong?

We shot 9 locations in one day including: Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, CAA, Bank of America, The South African Consulate, Cinefile Video Store, The Springbok Bar and Grill, The Starline Hollywood Star Tour Bus, The Charlie Hotel and Charlize Theron’s house in the Hollywood Hills. My daughter Alexann joined me on the shoot and thoroughly enjoyed meeting and hanging out with Charlize on set. I was a very proud Daddy.

Sharlto is a whirlwind of energy, enthusiasm and creativity and I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to collaborate in his awesomeness. As a DP, i love to operate and had a blast playing the role of Todd the cameraman. Good times!


PRODUCED BY- Sharlto Copley, , Jhon Doria, Jeanne-Melanie Haasbroek
BASED ON A CHARACTER CREATED BY: Neill Blomkamp and Terri Tatchell
MAKE-UP/HAIR-Sarah Rubano
THANKS TO-Charlize Theron, Neill Blomkamp, Peter Jackson, Caro Cunningham, Alexann Zahara, Joe Greto
EDITED on Adobe Premiere CS5