I didn't go to film school. I didn't even go to college. I am one of the very rare few that always knew they wanted to be a film/video editor. Most film editors start off aspiring to be something different... Continue Reading →
I have screen-caps of all of your awkward faces printed out and hanging on the walls in my office.
Georgia post-production entertainment tax credit clears Senate The Georgia Entertainment Industry Post-production Investment Act passed the Senate late March 22. The bill, HB 199, passed 46-4. It cleared the Georgia House of Representatives Feb. 24 with a 158-3 vote. Georgia's... Continue Reading →
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"If you’re making a living in post production, if you’re paying your bills making art, if your editing feeds your kids, you are lucky." Jesse Averna
From Guerilla Showrunner ~ Fri Feb 18, 2011 by admin (With apologies to Elisabeth Kübler-Ross) Denial _Editing the series - let’s say three weeks? Nah, two week - Ok, Bob, one and a half weeks. That should be, like, 3... Continue Reading →
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Now you don't have to ~ https://youtu.be/zGmoHoBjZW0 ...and it looks pretty damn good.
This week's #PostChat was really informative. We had Misha Tenenbaum, the founder of EditStock.com with us conversing about entrepreneurship, EditStock's exciting future projects, experiences from The Editor's Retreat and more. If you want to see the full #PostChat - the... Continue Reading →