Moderator Debra Kaufman bypassed all the usual technical talk about systems and platforms and technologies in favor of a wide-ranging and personal discussion about creativity: how do editors foster and nurture it, how do they deal with creative blocks, and more.
The panel was composed of a fantastic lineup of truly talented editors across the film and television disciplines, including Zack Arnold - imdb.com/name/nm2094093 (Burn Notice, Glee, and writer/director of Go Far: The Christopher Rush Story), Ryan Case - imdb.com/name/nm1884278 (Modern Family, Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Jay Cassidy - imdb.com/name/nm0144203 (American Hustle, Silver Linings Playbook, Into the Wild, An Inconvenient Truth), and Dan Lebental - imdb.com/name/nm0495603 (Thor: The Dark World, Cowboys & Aliens, Iron Man 2, and creator of TouchEdit for iPad - toucheditapp.com).
It was a wildly successful evening with a packed house. Many thanks to the panelists for sharing their thought processes with everyone, and to AlphaDogs.tv & keycodemedia.com for graciously hosting the event!
Jump Directly to Discussion Topics:
00:19 How panelists got into editing, work they do currently, and projects they are most proud of
03:49 Influences from the past
17:20 What inspires them now?
21:30 Do they avoid watching television and movies while working on a project?
22:32 Dealing with editor's block
25:30 Impact of digital editing
26:20 How does an editor know when he/she is finished with a project?
30:06 Over cutting—how much content is too much content?
31:32 Working with producers and directors
Videos showcasing events at the world-famous Editor's Lounge hosted by alphadogs.tv in Burbank, CA.
Editors' Lounge is a gathering place for film and video editors to network, share tips & tricks, and learn from others in an intimate environment. We often showcase demonstrations of the latest post-production hardware and software. Visit us at editorslounge.com to learn more.
VJs TV presents Mapping Festival 2012
We would like to present you a short film of this year Mapping Festival in Geneva. It is also an opportunity for us to launch our new website vjstv.com with over 1000 great videos of VJs and Videos Artists with also VJ Channel channel.vjstv.com streaming videos online. If you wish to submit a project check out vjstv.com/submit and fill in the form, we will gladly take a look.
Filming, Editing, Animation by
Guillaume J. Lauzier
Rory Phillips - Chamber Music (Original Mix)
WELCOME, FRIENDS OF THE NEW WORLD!
Films by Freewheeling Spirits Channel.
I suggest this video that I found in Vimeo.
it is a 21 meters installation, a timeline, a walk through the history of Cinema.
i found it incredible!
(it deserves to be known)