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Thelma Schoonmaker (born January 3, 1940) is an American film editor.
- You get to contribute so significantly in the editing room because you shape the movie and the performances," she says. "You help the director bring all the hard work of those who made the film to fruition. You give their work rhythm and pace and sometimes adjust the structure to make the film work – to make it start to flow up there on the screen. And then it's very rewarding after a year's work to see people react to what you've done in the theater.
- Nguyen, Lan N. (March 15, 2005). "The Last Temptation of Thelma". iVillage Entertainment.
- Editing is a lot about patience and discipline and just banging away at something, turning off the machine and going home at night because you're frustrated and depressed, and then coming back in the morning to try again.
- Ah, but they aren't violent until I've edited them.
- I think Marty's use of violence is very valid. He never uses it gratuitously, he always makes a very strong point….if you're going to show violence and it's done with conviction the way Marty does it then it is correct.
- Sangster, Jim (2002). Scorsese. Virgin Film.
- Kowalski, Eileen (November 14, 2001). "Tina Hirsch". Variety.