We are sharing our recent interview with Alexey Nazarchuk, famous editor from Russia. He worked on a lot of movies and short film.

Pro Media Mag : First of all please introduce yourself to our readers.
Alexey Nazarchuk : Hello everybody! My name is Alexey Nazarchuk and I am an editor and a drummer. My work list as an editor is pretty big now – around 16 years in the post-production department, you can see the projects I’ve worked on in my IMDB profile. I’m also a musician for about 20 years now.

Pro Media Mag : Who or what inspired you to get into editing?
Alexey Nazarchuk : It was my friend and mentor Ivan Lebedev. He saw that I was interested a lot in editing and brought me to the world of post-production just to see what happens, and here I am, completely in love with my job.

Pro Media Mag : Tell us about your recent release project?
Alexey Nazarchuk : It’s a short film “Mom’s hairpins” by T. Fedorovskaya. It’s a story about a day of life of a Jewish little boy during World War II…
I cannot share a lot of information but it got to the official selection by the 37th “Flickers” Rhode Island IFF and 41st Moscow IFF.

Pro Media Mag : You like working on short films or feature films?
Alexey Nazarchuk : I like both because all of them are interesting for me – different stories and different formats require different approach to get good finals results, to tell the story.

Pro Media Mag : Is Editing a tough job? Why?
Alexey Nazarchuk : You work a lot, you have to tell the story… I mean I think about the footage, scenes, story line all time. Before, during and after working hours in the editing room. Some times even when I’m asleep.So it is a pretty hard work.

Pro Media Mag : What’s the best part of being a film editor?
Alexey Nazarchuk : For me it is always interesting as every project is a self-education in a way.

Pro Media Mag : What are your life goals?
Alexey Nazarchuk : Honestly? I love my job but it is more important for me to be a great father to my sons and perfect husband to my lovely wife!