This post was written by Michelle Gallina and originally appeared on the Adobe blog on March 13th, 2024.

Adobe is extending a well-deserved congratulations to all of the incredible nominees and winners this year.

From “The Eternal Memory” and “To Kill a Tiger” to FX’s “The Bear” and HBO’s “Albert Brooks Defending My Life”, we’re always inspired to see the wide range of stories that editors are bringing to life using Adobe Creative Cloud tools. Read on below to learn more about their editing workflow.

Academy Awards

“The Eternal Memory”

Nominated for in the Documentary Feature Film category, “The Eternal Memory” tells a story about love, resilience, and patience. Edited by Carolina Siraqyan, this heart wrenching documentary was created in Adobe Premiere Pro.

Image Source: MTV Documentary Films.

Read about Carolina’s editing process here.

“To Kill a Tiger”

Nominated for Best Documentary, the film takes an unflinching look at gender violence in India and one resilient family’s fight to have their day in court. Editor Mike Munn and post production coordinator/assistant editor Pranay Nichani used Premiere Pro and tools like Text-Based Editing to collaborate and streamline their workflow.

Image Source: The NFB.

Read more about their workflow here.

ACE Eddie Awards

FX’s “The Bear”

Award-winning episodes, “Fishes” and “Forks” were both nominated in the Best Edited Single Camera Comedy Series category, with “Fishes” winning the category. Watch how Emmy-winning editor Joanna Naugle, ACE, editor Adam Epstein, ACE and assistant editor Megan Mancini created these episodes and brought the intense, fast-paced world of the restaurant industry to life with Premiere Pro and below.

HBO’s “Albert Brooks Defending My Life”

Nominated in the Best Edited Documentary (non-theatrical) category, editor Bob Joyce crafted the comedic documentary using Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Photoshop . “The ability to use mixed formats, varied frame rates and aspect ratios in the same sequence made Premiere Pro the best editing platform for the documentary,” Joyce writes.

Image source: HBO

Check out more about his editing process here.

This post was written by Michelle Gallina and originally appeared on the Adobe blog on March 13th, 2024.