- I love doing both.…I love working with companies and I love freelance,…but for separate reasons.…You know, when I'm working with a company…they have tons of resources.…They have six really high-level broadcast quality cameras.…They got a greenscreen studio.…They've got a lighting grid…and all these things I didn't have…and they've got people, a crew, to excess.…They've got a van, a production van.…So all these things that I wouldn't normally have…that make production a lot easier,…more comfortable and more convenient.…- Like it when you're working at a studio…and the chemistry is right and everybody shares information.…
- Having those other collaborators…that keep me from making mistakes.…I still make mistakes to this day,…but it helps when you have some other professionals…around you that can say,…"No, we shouldn't do that for this reason."…Like, oh yeah, okay you're right.…- Some people have a little trick up their sleeve…to get out of this problem.…Some people know more about that problem.…And in a creative supportive environment,…
- Advice for novice filmmakers entering the industry
- Finding, enhancing, and tweaking your story
- Experimenting in filmmaking
- Solving problems and troubleshooting your film
- Changing your approach or finding new angles
- Communicating and collaborating on set and in the edit room—and with clients
- Working on different genres of film
- Teaching and mentoring new filmmakers
Skill Level Intermediate
Foundations of Video: The Art of Editingwith Norman Hollyn3h 47m Intermediate
Nurturing the Body and Mind: Talking about Health and Knowledge
Working Well with Clients
Collaboration and Communication: Aligning Visions and Elevating the Project
Importance of Trust and Trying Things Out
Wonderful World of Editing
Art of Watching: Screening Dailies and Getting Feedback
Working Well with Assistant Editors
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