- Hi everyone, in this episode…of the Filmmaking Forum Conversations course…we're gonna talk about screening those dailies.…Watching the footage you're about to edit yourself…or hand off to an editor is a given,…but different people adopt…much different approaches with this.…Some watch everything from start to finish…and take notes without even going into the software,…while others watch one sceen at a time…as they go during the edit.…I got a lot of great creative strategies…with this series of interviews,…so I hope you enjoy.…
- It is really important to watch…every frame that is recorded…and look at every still that is available to you,…every inch of stock footage,…because you never know what you're going to need…and when you're going to need it.…- My pre-editing workflow is I sit down…and I watch the footage and that's it.…I know that like Walter Murch has this really intense,…note taking process with File Maker Pro and databases…and I've actually done that before,…it just doesn't work with the way that my brain works.…
- 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
New This Week
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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