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The Fincher Analyst Jul 8
Netflix FYC: Mindhunter. The Backdrop with Kirk Baxter Explore the approach to one of ‘s most complex and often-discussed scenes with Emmy-nominated, Oscar-winning film editor .
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Ask The Fonz Jul 6
This goes both ways too, if you don't think you vibe well with someone, you have every right to also turn down the gig too. Having a great Personality is what everyone looks for when working together.
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Ask The Fonz Jul 2
Try to do a bit of research before you interview so you feel prepared. That means watching the latest films or episodes of the Editor/Director's work & looking up their imdb credits to familiarize yourself with their previous experience.
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Editor Ruben Jul 4
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Ask The Fonz Jul 7
Do your best to work on building those relationships and network while also learning different programs/software.
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Ask The Fonz 20h
Tell the truth of the story when you edit. Like I said before, there are hundreds of ways to edit a scene but when you look for the deeper layer themes and meanings, there will only be 1-3 ways to edit that scene.
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Ask The Fonz 4h
This is especially true for out-of-box or experimental ideas. From now on, I will always let my Director know in writing that I'm going to try something very different and that they should expect something experimental.
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Ask The Fonz Jul 4
This is what I've been paying attention to recently when I watch movies/tv shows. Those pauses in between conversations and how long they hold on characters reactions is actually quite interesting to pay attention to.
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Dana Newman 3h
Proud of my daughter's work on this project! via
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Sudhar 15h
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Ask The Fonz Jul 7
Performance is always going to be the driving factor in shaping your edit. It can also get you out of roadblocks.
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Berghahn Film Jul 7
Shaping Edits, Creating Fractals: A Cinematic Case Study
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Ask The Fonz Jul 1
Try to catch foreign films because they share a different perspective and expose to you another culture that you might not get watching American made films.
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Studio Network Solutions Jul 3
▶️ Watch Abstrakt explain how their entire video editing workflow is . See the full video at 📽️ Andrew Pulaski, editor and cinematographer at Abstrakt
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Ask The Fonz Jul 8
This one is all depended on how you like to work. Some Editors prefer to sit through and watch all of the Dailies before starting. And some like to start cutting right away and tweak as they go.
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Lal Davies Jul 2
Editing......Editing.............Editing5 rough cuts in 5 days - New Girl in Class/Hogan Newydd yn Dosbarth Ni (multi voice & single voice versions Rip Rip & Stir Stir. Not bad!
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Ask The Fonz Jul 4
Hollywood Editors Richard and Colleen Halsey, ACE share that their ultimate priority now is to give back, share their knowledge and train the next generation of Film Editors.
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Innovate Limerick Jul 1
Getting ready to welcome this week’s film guest, editor Joe Bini for our Innovate Limerick / Film in Limerick webinar series
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Ask The Fonz Jul 5
If you ever get the chance to shadow your Editors, try to, even if it's for 15-20 minutes because you'll learn a lot just by observing their creative process.
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