- Hi everyone.…In this episode of the Filmmaking Forum Conversations course…we're gonna discuss one of the most important…relationships in the filmmaking world,…and that is the one between director and editor.…We're gonna dive into different working strategies…between director and editor, as well as talk about…the importance of adding multiple perspectives to a project,…the alignment of visions during the…creative process, and much more.…I hope you enjoy.…- The idea that one person has all of the answers…and one person can be the only…holder of the perfect film inside,…is frankly an idea that the best directors…who I've worked with disagree with completely.…
The really good directors are ready to change anything…because something that made sense on the page…now all of a sudden, you see the actor do it…and you realize you don't need four of those lines…because it's actually said in terms…of body language and performance.…Camera move says something that maybe duplicates…what a line of dialogue does, and if you've got…
- 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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