Duane Trow - editor/producer
Duane Trow has been an award-winning editor in motion picture advertising
for more than ten years, working for some of the best trailer houses
in the business and with all the Hollywood studios.
He has worked on countless major motion picture campaigns including:
Jerry Maguire, The Thin Red Line, and Star Wars
with such notable filmmakers as Cameron Crowe, Terrence Malick,
David Lynch, Robert Redford and George Lucas among others.
In 2001-02 he worked for Lucasfilm Ltd. in Northern California and
then again in 2004-05 as the editor and creative director of the trailers
and TV campaign for Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith
(one of the biggest box-office openings of all time), and was
a supervising editor on the acclaimed feature-length documentary
Within A Minute.
In 2006-09 under his own banner, 1-Man, in New York City he produced
and edited two behind-the-scenes documentaries and co-edited an
independent documentary feature while continuing to produce
and edit theatrical trailers and TV spots, shoot HD stock footage
from around the country, as well as lend a hand to several worthy
cause low-budget docs.
In 2008 he was hired to create the Honorary Oscar Tribute piece for the
80th Annual Academy Awards.
In 2011 Trow stepped into the game business, editing six different trailers
for such major publishers as EA and Ubisoft with Eyestorm Productions.
In recent years he has been contracted by regular clients Lucasfilm,
Filmsight Productions, the State of California, Rob Stewart, and others
as well as Paramount Pictures and Dreamworks for various editorial jobs.
In addition he has made DSLR shorts including a finance trailer shot
entirely in Russia, directed a spec commercial, as well as two first of
their kind i-device shorts each made solely with one tool; while continuing
to write feature scripts, make a micro-budget feature web series and
develop new form projects in the digital realm.
He has also been hired as of late to shoot both still and video jobs.
Well versed in the cutting craft from film to video to digital, he now
moves freely between Avid and FCP. Also a copywriter and graphic
designer experienced in Photoshop and After Effects, he takes a hands-
on approach to bring originality and creativity to every production.
This includes extensive sound design.
Most importantly Trow is an editor in the largest sense of the
word and across all mediums, making the crucial decisions of what to
include and what to leave out in order to create the most compelling
story whether short or long-form.