Filmmaking - Post-Production


On The Making Of 8 Winds: How I Turned An Ancient Buddhist Parable Into A Contemporary No-Budget Political Thriller

A middle-aged white man with black hair wearing a white wide-brimmed hatRobert Davi in 8 Winds

How and why What started it all was the 2016 election. I was at the Napa Valley Film Festival showing my documentary The Lost City of Cecil B DeMille, and I remember sitting in my hotel room watching the results…  Read more

By Apr 21, 2022

Remembering DuArt Film Laboratories Chairman Irwin Young

An old white man with glasses and a light brown suit in front of film reels at a film laboratoryIrwin Young (Still: Andy Young, 2010)

Irwin Young, a foundational figure in the New York independent film world, died January 20, in Manhattan, at the age of 94. Chairman of DuArt Film Laboratories, his contributions across the field, which range from technical and business innovations to…  Read more

By Feb 4, 2022

Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Presents “The Creative Power of BIPOC Editors”

“If I could log in right now I would,” Dawn Porter raved in one of the many enthusiastic testimonials sprinkled throughout Full Frame’s engaging “The Creative Power of BIPOC Editors,” an online launch/celebration of the BIPOC Documentary Editors Database. Expertly…  Read more

By Jul 7, 2021

“It’s Kind of Scary to Think About Letting Anyone and Everyone Into the Edit Bay”: Jethica Director Pete Ohs On Twitch Livestreaming His Edit

Drawing from the world of gaming, writer/director Pete Ohs is embarking on a post-production experiment for his pandemic-shot film, Jethica: live-streaming his edit. “I know that YouTube is overflowing with editing and software tutorials but I’ve never heard of anyone…  Read more

By Mar 11, 2021

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