A community-driven source for post-production information
September 1, 2007, 18:38 PM
A site started by a newspaper hound this site seems to be pointing to the future of film editing. Editing content on the internet. A former photographer who now does films for the newspapers websites Colin Mulvany may be showing us the future of our careers.
September 1, 2007, 18:37 PM
A site focused on the business and technology side of film editing. Check it out and get some inside information on the industry. The site is run by Philip Hodgetts and he posts random thoughts in addition to observations about the state of the industry.
September 1, 2007, 18:30 PM
A fantastic finishing blog! Not many blogs out there for those online editors and colourists. Take a look and enjoy. Hopefully more will follow suit. It is run by Patrick Inhofer an editor and in his own words, a finisher, hence fini.
March 24, 2007, 22:26 PM
Nina is an editor from San Francisco who now works out of Vancouver. She won a NAFTA Student Emmy in High School and ever since she has been working towards a non-student major award. If you have a topic idea, movie suggestion, or want to disagree with Nina, then she wants to hear it! Email Nina at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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