(Burbank, California--October 7, 2014) The Editors’ Lounge panel series returns on Friday, October 24th with a discussion on The Business Of Editing.
If you’ve been wondering what it takes to have a lucrative career as a professional editor in today's post-production world this informative discussion by a panel of award-winning editors, will offer new ways of approaching the business side of editing without losing the creative aspect of the craft. Brought to you by AlphaDogs Post Production, the event will be held at Key Code Media 270 S. Flower St. Burbank, CA 91502.
RSVP is mandatory due to the overwhelming demand for this popular series. http://www.editorslounge.com
The career of a professional editor has evolved dramatically over the past 20 years. Staying up-to-date with the exponential changes in digital technology, working with diminishing budgets and keeping up with the expectations of ever-changing audiences with short attention spans are just a few of the many challenges editors now have to contend with. Additionally, the abundance of affordable editing software now available on the market combined with a lack of knowledge on the importance of what a professional editor actually does often gives the impression that anyone can now be an editor. A significant part of the job-seeking venture now includes educating clients on the numerous advantages of hiring a professional editor for their project and in promoting why editing style is crucial in the structure and form of the storytelling process. To flourish as an editor in today’s market means taking charge and being proactive in treating your craft as both a creative venture and in branding yourself as a business at the same time.
The Business Of Editing
panel discussion promises to give editors new ideas and inspiration on what it takes to succeed in the new world of post-production. Moderated by journalist Debra Kaufman, The Business Of Editing
is an expert panel comprised of film and television editors that include: Richard Halsey , Tina Hirsch (editor, Gremlins, Dante’s Peak
), Norman Hollyn (editor, Heathers, Wild Palms
), and Glenn Morgan (editor, Project Runway, Under The Gunn, RoboCop 2
Hosted by AlphaDogs Post Production, the Editors’ Lounge panel discussions are supplementary to the classroom style hands-on educational events that are held monthly, free of charge. Founder and President of AlphaDogs, Terence Curren explains, “It’s now more important then ever for professional editors to stay educated on the latest trends in technology in an extremely competitive job market. Our monthly Editors’ Lounge interactive classroom style seminars give editors a chance to ask questions and learn how to use the latest software and pertinent tools currently available. Furthermore, our panel discussion series brings together experts in the field of entertainment and post-production for in-depth discussions on relevant topics pertaining to the business. The panel discussions give attendees an opportunity to learn about techniques that have proven successful for some of the most respected television and film editors in Hollywood.”
RSVP is mandatory to attend The Business Of Editing
. For directions and more information visit http://www.editorslounge.com
About the Editors’
Lounge: The Editors’
Lounge is a hands-on seminar for industry professionals. Each month, scores of professionals in the production and post-production industries exchange ideas, discuss trends and learn about new technologies; allowing editors to have their questions addressed objectively. To learn more visit http://www.editorslounge.com