(Burbank, CA--October 21, 2016) Whether you’ve been editing 25 years or 6 months, it’s important to take a fresh look at the art and business of film and television editing on a regular basis to gain new perspectives and ideas on how to best hone your craft. The path to a successful editing career has changed quite dramatically over the past decade. Modern day editors not only need to possess a broader range of skills beyond just editing, but also be able to think on their feet and learn technologies on the spot with standard post-production workflows being a thing of the past. On Friday, October 28th the Editor’s Lounge
discussion panel series returns with another exciting installment “A Fresh Look At Editing”
with an evening full of advice and tips from a group of editors who have developed their careers right in the thick of all the dynamic changes currently going on in the post-production industry.
Journalist Debra Kaufman
will moderate the discussion that will include film & television editors, Tyler Cook
(The Originals), Ana Florit
(Sharknado 2: The Second One), Carsten Kurpanek
(Earth To Echo) and Chris A. Peterson, ACE
(Legion). The event will be held at Key Code Media, 270 S. Flower St. Burbank, CA with doors opening at 6:30 pm. RSVP is required. http://www.editorslounge.com
The Editors’ Lounge offers the opportunity to learn from post-production industry peers and networking with new and old friends. The Lounge opens at 6:30 p.m. with the panel discussion beginning at 7:00 p.m. Seating is limited. Mandatory RSVP is required to attend. The price of admission is to bring your favorite beverage. Food will be provided compliments of Key Code Media and the Editors’ Lounge.
For more information and to view videos of past sessions and panel discussions, visit
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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