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Michael Yanovich

Scripted Editor

 

 

Michael yanovich

Phone

(310) 403-6798

E-MAIL

FilmYak@mac.com

Location

Los Angeles, CA

 

 


What I've Cut:

LATEST PROJECTS

Another Girl (Fall, 2019) — Feature: Drama/Dark Comedy. Writer/Director Allison Burnett’s sequel to the cult hit, Ask Me Anything. Currently in post production.

The Dust Walker (2019) — Feature: SciFi/Horror. Director: Sandra Sciberras. Starring Jolene Anderson, Stef Dawson, Harry Greenwood. — Recently completed. Screened at Cannes, May 2019. More news will be announced shortly.

Crimson Cuffs (Spring, 2019) — Short: Thriller. Director: Madeline Vail. Producer/DP: Robby Baumgartner.

The Ex Next Door (2018) — Feature: Thriller. My second film with director Danny Buday.

Mothers of Monsters (2018) -- Feature: Horror. Polish Editor. Directed by Tucia Lyman. Starring Ed Asner, Melinda Page Hamilton, Bailey Edwards.

Cradle Robber (2018) -- Feature: Thriller. Directed by Danny Buday.  

Let Me Breathe (2018) -- Short: Psychological Thriller.   Director: Donald Roman Lopez.    Exec Producer:  Michel Shane (“Catch Me If You Can” and “I, Robot”).  

Love, By Nature -- Short: final chapter to “War, One Afternoon” (see below). Additional details coming soon.  Director: Jason Sklaver. 

Silence, Before Rain -- Short: sequel to “War, One Afternoon” (see below). Additional details coming soon.  Director: Jason Sklaver. 

 

PREVIOUS PROJECTS

Delusion -- Twilight Zone meets Black Mirror -- starring Chi McBride, Academy Award Nominee Michael O'Keefe, and Rick Gomez.  Produced by Sam Maydew.  Lots of cool visual effects, too.

Me & Daphne -- dark comedy, Produced by Brett Ratner.  Directed by Rebecca Gayheart. Starring Jeremy Piven and Sascha Knopf.

A brand new comedy series for Steve Carr and Angela Oh. Starring Jonathan Kite, Rex Lee, Amy Hill, and Ione Skye.

War, One Afternoon -- an award-winning drama shot on stunning Super-8 film. It won the coveted Jury Selection Award at the 2016 HollyShorts festival in Los Angeles, and was an official selection at the Julien Dubuque and SOHO International Festivals.  Director: Jason Sklaver. 


You can watch several of these segments further down this page. Additional videos available upon request. Several of these projects are brand new and not ready for public distribution on the web. Apologies.   

P.S.  I'm also a solid guitar player and have a deep understanding of music -- always a crucial aspect of any edit. Plus I do some pretty mean card tricks. Consider that last one a free bonus.