Tag Archives: editing

Bringing it on home.

Last Sunday morning just before 9 o’clock, I dashed through the rain to the front porch of Nick’s house in Littleton, Colorado and rang the bell. I was holding a bag of donuts, a cup of coffee, and my trusty … Continue reading

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Sound, then vision.

The soundtrack for the film is complete! Make that soundtracks: the theatrical version will have a three-channel soundtrack (left-center-right) while the “home video” (i.e. streaming) version will be in stereo. All the original live sound for the film was, of … Continue reading

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The length.

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a final running time of 78 minutes.

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How the sound sounds.

Now that the Kickstarter has concluded I’ve been able to get back to the nuts and bolts work of finishing the film. Over the weekend I had the chance to listen to the first complete rough mix of the soundtrack. … Continue reading

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Picture lock.

For once, Wikipedia’s definition is best: “Picture lock is a stage in editing a film or editing a television production. It is the stage prior to online editing when all changes to the film or television program cut have been … Continue reading

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About that trailer.

For about a month now, off and on, I’ve been working on putting together a trailer for the movie. And I can tell you that in many ways it’s been tougher than editing the film itself. I can see why … Continue reading

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The big three.

The “substance” of the film, i.e. the stuff of which it’s made: at moments it feels almost contemporary, at other moments it’s archaic. But the film itself never “talks” about this. Central relationship: R and D live together, “work” together, … Continue reading

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