Feature Film Editing and Kickstarter [Podcast]

Posted On February 22, 2010

Episode 2

Andrew, Cherie, Carlos and I gathered around the kitchen table over ice cream last week as we discussed the editing process of Cherie’s first movie, No Matter What, and a Kickstarter project I’m about to post. Expect to hear a lot more about both subjects in the future.

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The podcast has chapter marks, but here’s a quick rundown:

  • 1:17 – Discussion on Film Runtimes
  • 5:06 – Editing while Shooting
  • 11:48 – Set Paperwork
  • 15:53 – Existential Editing
  • 21:00 – Film as Architecture
  • 22:54 – Kickstarter

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Written by Joey Daoud

Joey Daoud is an award-winning documentary producer. When not filming he likes to climb mountains and brew coffee.

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