About a year ago, I took up running. I was in part inspired by my officemates and my sister who had all been extolling the virtues of it for the past few months but more importantly I realised that I was falling into the classic trap for editors, of sitting at the computer all dayContinue reading “Run You Clever Boy”
This is somewhat off-topic for this blog, it’s nothing to do with movies, but it interests me and it’s my blog, so here’s some thoughts on social media (copied from my intentionally-as-private-as-possible Facebook page). Enjoy! Facebook tells me that my profile is “40% complete” – hey Facebook? How about this; “my profile is as completeContinue reading “Feeding the Beast”
Since August 2011, life has seen many changes for me. I moved house, I got married, and got a new job, all in the space of a year. This site and the blog in particular, were necessarily neglected. So my new year’s resolution for 2013 is to blog seriously. I’m aiming to blog something everyContinue reading “2013 – Relaunching the Blog”
This is the big project I’ve been working on for the second half of 2012. Check out the trailer and some more details on the site – we’ve all put a lot of effort into it here at Twist & Shout, hope you enjoy it!
It seems to me that editing takes place more in the mind of the editor than by dragging clips around a piece of software. The ability to think about the footage available to you in an abstract way is just as important, if not more so, than the ability to select shots from footage. ForContinue reading “Editors and Shortcut Artists”