Creating a film is a collaborative effort, and the editorial team is an integral part of the process, bringing your vision to life by piecing together the footage you've shot and giving shape to your story.
But how do you work with your editorial team to ensure that your film turns out the way you see it in your head? How do you make sure everyone on your team is on the same page? How can you incorporate these best practices into your pre-production planning?
Actress and director Bridey Elliott and editor and director Patrick Lawrence have collaborated on multiple projects, including CLARA’S GHOST, MIRROR PARTY, and THE STARR SISTERS, and will share the secrets of their collaborative process. Join us for a discussion of how they work together from pre-production to post, and their insights on how their collaboration brings their films to life.
Elliott and Lawrence will share the tools that they use throughout the production process to streamline collaboration and remote sharing of ideas. This includes tools for organizing footage, exchanging feedback, and communicating with team members who may be in different locations.
If you're a filmmaker looking to improve collaboration with your editorial team, this is a conversation you won't want to miss. Thanks to the generosity of Adobe, this recording will remain free.