Making a Film in the Edit Bay

Shooting a film often requires a large and expensive production crew with several specific chains of command and intense logistical organization. The legions of personnel required can seem like a small army with camera and lighting departments, audio technicians, actors, extras, props, picture cars, animal trainers and wardrobe stylists, all marching to the beat of a director’s drum.

Editing a film, on the other hand, requires just an editor, and/or a director, sitting in a darkened room somewhere making selections from hours and hours of film and audio footage.

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