Jon Lefkovitz's recent documentary Sight & Sound: The Cinema of Walter Murch is available to watch (and hear) on Vimeo for FREE. Viewed, enjoyed and approved by the legendary film editor and sound designer himself, the film is a feature-length labor of love to one of cinema's greats. Using clips from both films Murch has worked on (The Conversation, Apocalypse Now) as well as films made all over the world from throughout film history, Sight & Sound is an examination of both Murch's life and work, arguing that he is a peerless philosopher of cinema as much as he is a trailblazing filmmaker.

Apocalypse Now

The Conversation

The Godfather

The Talented Mr. Ripley

The Unbearable Lightness of Being


Jon Lefkovitz is the director and editor of "Rubber Soul", a feature film about John Lennon, which premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival and was awarded the Founders Prize by Michael Moore at the Traverse City Film Festival. He co-edited Jeff Deutchman's election documentary "11/8/16", distributed by The Orchard theatrically and on Netflix & Amazon. Jon has also edited commercials and trailers for clients including Sony, Disney, Paramount, FX, Tribeca Film and Starz, as well as dozens of mashups that have been published by The Huffington Post, Slate and The Onion A.V. Club. Jon currently teaches filmmaking at Point Park University, CCAC and Steeltown in the great city of Pittsburgh.