Adobe presents an interactive demo of Premiere Pro Productions for editors working independently, collaborating with a team, or needing remote editing workflows. Designed from the ground up with input from top filmmakers and Hollywood editorial teams, this suite provides new tools for managing projects, sharing assets between them, and keeping everything organized. Early versions of the underlying technology were battle-tested on recent films such as MANK, TERMINATOR: DARK FATE, and DOLEMITE IS MY NAME.
Tucked away in a cabin in the woods, Geoffrey Boulangé and Sophie Deraspe set about editing the award winning film, ANTIGONE. In this session Geoffrey Boulangé discusses the processes that went into editing the film; including cutting while shooting; working in FCPX, and co-editing with director Sophie Deraspe.
*Please note that Session 1 with Geoffrey Boulangé will be presented in FRENCH only. Session 2 will be presented in ENGLISH.
The new workflows are already a challenge, but how do we deal with the mental and physical difficulties of working from home during a pandemic? Join a panel of IATSE 891 members to discuss keeping yourself motivated; mental & physical health (for e.g., feeling low and what to do about it); communicating with your team, how to keep the lines open; changes to the editor / assistant relationship; scheduling challenges and managing your hours. Over the two days we will have various IATSE 891 editors and assistant editors joining the discussion: Daria Ellerman, CCE, Gordon Rempel, CCE, Rehan Khokhar and Lianne Oelke.
The skills required of an assistant editor in animation are quite different from those working in live-action. There are no takes to log, nor dailies to process and sync. Instead you are building shows, updating episodes and providing necessary materials and inspiration to artists. Animation editor Merissa Tse shares her wisdom and experience of what makes a good assistant editor in the field of animation.
The post production supervisor is often a mystery to many. What do they do, who are they and does every show need one? Join Nahid Islam for an intimate Q&A on the ins and outs of post production fundamentals and answering your questions about the process behind the scenes.
This panel, hosted by picture editor and sound editor Roderick Deogrades, will focus on the importance of mentorship and the editor/assistant relationship. This interactive discussion will cover topics like the importance of training, benefits of mentorship for both the assistant and the editor, paying it forward and building a network.
As editors our jobs are constantly expanding, with more and more tools at our fingertips it’s important to keep our technical skills as sharp as can be. Editing and co-ordinating with VFX can be daunting at times, but it’s always important to get it right. Editor Christopher Malanchen shares some tips, tricks and best practices that he learned from editing on Vice’s THE DEVIL YOU KNOW (Season 2) and Cooking Channel’s BITCHIN’ KITCHEN and from his tenure as the VFX Editor for BIG LITTLE LIES (Season 2).
The new workflows are already a challenge, but how do we deal with the mental and physical difficulties of working from home during a pandemic? Join a panel of IATSE 891 members to discuss keeping yourself motivated; mental & physical health (for e.g., feeling low and what to do about it); communicating with your team, how to keep the lines open; changes to the editor / assistant relationship; scheduling challenges and managing your hours. Over the 2 days we will have various IATSE 891 editors and assistant editors joining the discussion: Mauri Bernstein, Sabrina Pitre, Gloria Mercer and Kelvin Tseng.
Every production starts with a solid plan but step by step as each phase inches closer and closer to being received by an editor’s invisible hand, that plan will unravel. Even if it is due to a global pandemic, it is on the editor to shift gears, to persevere for the story and aim to produce beyond what was undone. Let us discuss how we do this. Join the editor behind The Nature of Things episode THE COVID CRUISE for a conversation about filmmaking in the Covid era.
Join editors Adam Phipps and Francis Laliberte, as they discuss the post-process for AMPLIFY, a 13-part documentary series about Indigenous musicians creating new works. Each episode features a different songwriter working through the creative process in-studio, while revealing how they personally relate to their new song. Further insight is brought to bear as Indigenous experts weigh-in on the deeper meaning of the song’s inspiration. All of this … on FCPx … seriously!
Cool heads, quick wits and sharp technical knowledge are just some of what is needed to be a great assistant editor. They are the lifeblood of post-production and our guests are at the top of their game. Join the assistant editors behind some of Canada’s most anticipated films from 2020—POSSESSOR, PERCY, and FUNNY BOY—as they discuss their approaches, challenges and answer your questions.
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