One HEAT Minute: Episode #110 - Vashi Nedomansky (Editor SHARKNADO 2 and Editorial Consultant for GONE GIRL, DEADPOOL)
ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann's 1995 crime opus HEAT minute by minute. It's the 110th minute (1:49:00-1:50:00) - host Blake Howard joins editor of 11 Hollywood Feature Films, ex-pro Hockey Player and self-proclaimed defector from Czechoslovakia, Vashi Nedomansky. Blake and Vashi talk through the choreographed chaos Neil’s crew asserting their tactical dominance on the ill-equipped police and gushing about 31 shots in 60 seconds and never losing our bearings.
Vashi Nedomansky defected from Czechoslovakia as a child during the Cold War and grew up in Toronto and Detroit. Following his career as a professional hockey player, Vashi has been a film editor in Los Angeles since 2001.
Vashi has edited 11 feature films including the global phenomenon "Sharknado 2", the comedy "An American Carol" for director David Zucker (Airplane, Scary Movie) and the PTSD documentary "That Which I Love Destroys Me" for director Ric Roman Waugh (Snitch, Felon). He also edited 6 Below, the first native 6K feature film in Hollywood history.
Vashi has cut over 50 national commercials for numerous brands including Nike, Volkswagen, Ford, NHL, EA Sports, Adobe, Medal of Honor, US Army, US Navy, US Marines, US Reserve and the US Air Force.
His company Vashi Visuals has provided post-production workflow and consulting services for numerous films including Gone Girl directed by David Fincher and Deadpool directed by Tim Miller. Vashi has also trained fellow film editors: Kirk Baxter, Angus Wall, Billy Fox, Michael Tronick, Don Zimmerman, Dean Zimmerman, Julian Clarke, Nicolas De Toth, Jon Corn and others.