Here's a question you may never have thought about before: what does an animation editor actually do? If scenes are just written and then animated, is their role any more than just connecting clips together? On the contrary, the role of an animation editor is actually one of the most important roles in shaping the film being made. Let's dive in and explore the job.
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The Cutting Room: Ken Schretzmann- see podcast on iTunes
Moviola: John Venzon- http://bit.ly/2il5Biv
Westminster Town Hall: Pete Docter- http://bit.ly/2iRdZd4
DP/30: Lee Unkrich- http://bit.ly/2hYM8rH
Manhattan Edit Workshop: Andrew Weisblum- http://bit.ly/2iKJk0A
DisneyWar by James B. Stewart- amzn.to/2hZzDqO
Cut and Drawn: An Animated Evening With Editors by Michael Kunkes- http://bit.ly/2i1u9zi
Perspectives on Editing: An Animated Conversation by Michael Kunkes- http://bit.ly/2iZxDkk
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