Posts Tagged ‘Craft’
Looking to advance in your editing career? Check out this pro advice from Edit Fest London 2015.
Want to break into video editing? Leading TV and film editors from around the globe share their top insights on the post production business.
Learn from these Hollywood feature filmmakers as they solve problems creatively.
Each year some of the world’s leading editors gather for EditFest London. Here’s the key lessons we took away from the event!
Oscar nominated film editors share their insight and experiences in cutting the year’s best films.
Edit Fests are annual opportunities for professional video editors to come together and share their experiences of working in the video/film industry. If you were unable to attend an Edit Fest this year, check out this roundup of some of the useful info shared at these events!
Did you miss this year’s EditFest London? In this post, I share key takeaways from the event and some newly gained advice that is beneficial for video editors, media creators and all creative professionals!
In this post, we share tips and insight from one of Hollywoods legendary directors, Steven Spielberg. Great inspiration and advice for creative professionals, video editors and producers/directors.
In this post we share some useful lessons from some of the biggest filmmaking legends in history. We’ll talk cinematography, the language of cinema and video/film editing!
Learn from the best! We’ve rounded up screenwriting inspiration and tools to inspire you to start the screenwriting process. Good info for video editors and video producers as well!
As an editor, the key to shaping the story hidden amid the footage is to understand the fundamentals of scriptwriting. The two tweets below got me inspired to put together a post on scriptwriting and storytelling for editors and creatives alike. If you’re like me and keen to beef up your story structure skills, these scriptwriting
Is the traditional storyboard going away in favor of digital previsualization? In this post we celebrate the art form of traditional storyboarding by showcasing the visualization work of famous films and directors.