Álex Rodríguez (film editor)
|Born||May 18, 1971
Alex Rodríguez (born May 18, 1971) is a Mexican film editor with more than twenty film credits.
Rodríguez was born in Saint-Martin-d'Hères, France. He has edited several films directed by Alfonso Cuarón, commencing with Y tu mamá también (2001). He and Cuarón were nominated for the Academy Award for Film Editing for the film Children of Men (2006). The critic Wesley Morris described their work as follows: "'Children of Men' has a blistering immediacy that's singular in this age of rapid cutting. Along with Alex Rodríguez, Cuarón cut the picture himself, and while he uses digital effects as enrichment, he builds scenes within the camera's frame rather than just in an editing room. So the film is as theatrical as it is cinematic."
- Alex Rodríguez at the Internet Movie Database
- Morris, Wesley (December 25, 2006). "'Children'? Very, very good. 'Children of Men,' Alfonso Cuarón's vision of an infertile, war-torn future, is a grim masterpiece". The Boston Globe.
- Latta, Erika (October 15, 2007). "Alex Rodríguez’s International Language of Editing". MovieMaker. Archived from the original on 2009-03-04.
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