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RPS Editors Ted Guard and Alyssa Oh Nominated for 2022 Video Music Awards
“All Too Well” and “brutal” are up for awards in the “Best Editing” category.
Rock Paper Scissors Editor Adam Pertofsky Directs New Documentary Ubuntu
The film showcases the inspirational story of the Mamas of Cape Town – women who came together to protect and uplift their communities during Apartheid.
Olivier Bugge Coutté Cuts Oscar-nominated “The Worst Person in the World”
A great film is comprised of all the little things.
Rock Paper Scissors Cuts Super Bowl Spots
From light and heartwarming to downright hilarious, RPS cut spots for some of the biggest brands in the industry.
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Tom Eagles Joins Rock Paper Scissors for US Commercial Representation
The Oscar nominated editor’s brilliant use of satire and affinity for comedy are perfect fits for the RPS roster.
Timing is Everything: Alyssa Oh Cuts Frito Lay “The Most Wonderful Time”
Musically driven with a splash of comedy, RPS editor Alyssa Oh cuts a spot full of magic.
Ted Guard Cuts “All Too Well: The Short Film for Taylor Swift”
The short, released as a part of Red (Taylor’s Version) album, tells a heartbreaking story to the tune of the ten minute version of a fan favorite track.
Jamie Foord and Chris Mitchell Cut the “NBA Lane” Spot Celebrating the League’s 75 Years
35 Players — from Bill Russell to Kevin Durant — are featured in the Michael B. Jordan-led journey through a neighborhood filled with legends.
Jamie Foord Cuts the L.A. Rams Hype Reel at SoFi Stadium
The Rock Paper Scissors editor teams up with director Wally Pfister on a film celebrating the team and its fans’ return.
Rock Paper Scissors’ Paul Zucker Makes His Imprint on Marvel’s Multiverse with “Loki”
Selected to cut the first two episodes of the six-part Disney+ series meant establishing the tone for a story both new and old.