As I’ve previously mentioned, I’ve been working on the indie feature Ingénue for the last 6 months or so, here and there, as the visual effects editor and title sequence designer (and DVD menu author and end credits designer, for the record.) It was edited by my friend Katie and directed by Kate Chaplin. Ingénue […]
This is an on-going post-production diary I’m keeping while I cut my first feature film, The Impersonators, an indie comedy. I just realized it’s been two months since I last updated about The Impersonators. The reason is because there hasn’t been much to say. Or so I thought. You see, everything has been going really […]
This is an on-going post-production diary I’m keeping while I cut my first feature film, The Impersonators, an indie comedy. To my delight, this year has been filled with many opportunities to get advice and tips on editing from some of the top editors in the world. Between NAB, Editfest, and the weekly Twitter chat […]
This is an on-going post-production diary I’m keeping while I cut my first feature, The Impersonators, an indie comedy. Before the failure, a success: the first teaser trailer was released a couple days ago: And now the rest.
Post officially began the day before the production wrapped, which also means my sleep schedule has officially switched from iffy to erratic. Perhaps the toughest thing about having a creative side project for me is that I tend to work best on these things very late at night. That doesn’t really mesh well with a […]
Here’s one for the baby book: I’ll be cutting my first feature film this fall. The Impersonators, directed by Joshua Hull, started shooting today in the central Indiana area. I attended the last full table read and production meeting last night, and this is definitely going to be an interesting film to edit. The Impersonators […]