From nofilmschool.com: What is the future of cinematic storytelling when virtual reality starts to take center stage? Industry professionals and indie makers alike have been pondering this question for the past several years. No one seems to have an answer quite yet, but IFP Film Week set up a panel of directors, animators and creative …
With the release of FRONTLINE’S latest 360 project, “Night of the Storm”, Kenzie Audette reveals the post production process for a 360 project. In the spirit of helping other journalists and filmmakers dive into this emerging medium, I want
Adobe has announced a new service that is going to revolutionize the way Premiere Pro CC users collaborate with each other and with After Effects artists. Team Projects will allow video editors and motion graphics designers to work on a shared project
Gordon sits down with Nicholas Monsour to discuss the editing of Keanu. They talk about the films timing and how tone shifts affect the editing in a comedy. Go to aotg.com/cuttingroom for more interviews.
From Jonny Elwyn: If you want to learn how to edit a documentary in Avid Media Composer, then there’s few better teachers to spend time with than PBS Frontline editor Steve Audette A.C.E. He’s recently been sharing some great tips and work arounds when
From Steve Hullfish of provideocoalition.com, a wonderful and lengthy interview of Steve Audette, ACE and Senior Editor of PBS’s Frontline. Steve Audette, ACE has been editing at WGBH since 1990, mostly as the Senior Editor on two of PBS’s flagship
Working as assistant editor on this upcoming web series for our real life production group. It was a challenge to organize this project given the short timeframe and multiple projects (grateful but crazed!). This is a screenshot of how I organized the bins
Discovered this inspirational series on OWN which helped us refocus our spec series for a confidential client. This was so well done. Sound, picture, story, amazing. Visit Youtube for the Who Am I Series Our main challenge on this project was auto sync but we