Jennifer Lame, editor of Marriage Story, shares her experience working with director Noah Baumbach, her favorite Media Composer features, and her advice for aspiring editors.
Hollywood is not that different from Norway, except the team is a lot bigger and there are more resources at your disposal . . . However, at the end of the day the basics of editing are the same.
CHRISTIAN SIEBENHERZ, EDITOR, THE WAVE AND THE QUAKE
I think graphics are an increasingly important element in the context and explanation of a message. It helps keep people on your broadcast, and with your program because what you’re offering them is more attractive and more modern.
IGNACIO JAVIER VICTORIA, CONTENT MANAGER
Film students will be working and editing their projects in Avid Media Composer and Symphony. We’ll have audio students working in Pro Tools, editing and mixing the sounds: dialog, sound effects and music. And, we’ll bring it all together in the dub stage.
SCOTT DANSBY, DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRY RELATIONS
Ede is far, far better than me at this job, she has an affinity for the art, as a filmmaker, and as a serious filmmaker. The short films she has already made to date are incredible and I can’t wait to see the new one she does. She really is a natural.
PAUL CROWDER, ACE, EDITOR, DOGTOWN AND Z-BOYS, RIDING GIANTS, SOUND CITY