The Monocle Culture Show

What does an editor do?

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3 August 2015

Episode 199

28 minutes


Photo: Gregory Powell

We gain an insight in to the role of the editor – whether creating a novel, a magazine or a movie – through the eyes of Faber and Faber’s senior editor Walter Donohue, film editor Pete Beaudreau and Monocle’s very own editor Andrew Tuck.

3 August 2015

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Chapter 1

Interview with Walter Donohue, senior editor at Faber and Faber

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Walter Donohue explains his role as a book editor and how past careers in television, film and theatre have helped him gain the skills needed to pick out a good manuscript.

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Chapter 2

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Monocle's editor Andrew Tuck in conversation with Andrew Mueller

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Andrew Tuck chats to Andrew Mueller about what his job at Monocle involves and why delegation is an important part of being an effective editor.

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Film editor Pete Beaudreau explains his role

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Pete Beaudreau has worked on movies such as ‘All Is Lost’ and upcoming feature ‘Beast of No Nation’. He discusses how his role in the film-making process should be invisible to be good.

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