On this Pro Video Coalition episode of That Studio Show, Scott Simmons talks with Eric Escobar, Steve Hullfish and Christian Glawe about the possible extinction of the job of the Editor.
This episode features excerpts from the newly released That Studio Atmospheres package which includes 50 custom-created atmospheres for film and television, by award-winning composer, Jesse James for only $99.
Jeremiah Karpowicz moved to Los Angeles to become a screenwriter but quickly realized making a film was about much more than the script. He worked at a post house where films like Watchmen (2009), Gamer (2009), and Green Lantern (2011) came through the door, but settled in as the Executive Editor of ProVideo Coalition, a publication which pulls together content from working professionals across media & entertainment. He’s shot, edited, and posted video content from various trade shows for PVC and writes for the site regularly You can reach Jeremiah on ProVideoCoalition.
Periodically we will have Scott Simmons on as our host to go into a deep conversation with the author of a Pro Video Coalition article to go even further than what you read. Enjoy!
If you haven't by now, make sure to take a look at Eric’s article on Pro Video Coalition - it kickstarted this whole conversation.
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Scott has worked on projects ranging from music videos for Taylor Swift to television programs for CMT and ABC Sports to commercials, documentaries and corporate work. Scott also runs the popular post-production blog The Editblog on Pro Video Coalition and is currently his own boss, putting his skills to work as a freelancer. He is @editblog on Twitter.
Eric Escobar is a filmmaker and a filmmaking technology geek. On the filmmaker side, when he was 16, Eric worked as a video store clerk at Bob's Video in Hollister, California, where he was paid to watch movies all day long. A few years later he started making his own movies and never stopped. Eric's films have screened at festivals all over the U.S. and internationally. In 2005, he was awarded an Honorable Mention in Short Filmmaking from the Sundance Grand Jury. Eric has written and directed a dozen short films and a staggering number of industrial videos, commercials and PSAs. On the geeky side of things, he blogs. In the late 90's Eric answered your Premiere and After Effects tech support phone calls at Adobe Systems. From 2001- 2003 he was on the Final Cut Pro Development Team as a QA Engineer at Apple, Inc. Nowadays he likes to develop Magic Bullet Looks Packs for Red Giant Software. Eric currently works as a commercial director for Kontent Films in San Francisco, which is the most awesome job he's ever had.
Steve Hullfish has been producing and editing award-winning television since the mid-1980s. He has written four books, countless magazine articles and hosted an Avid training DVD. He has lectured at NAB, DVExpo and the Master Editor seminars. He has edited on Avid since 1992 and was named to Avid's first group of Master Editors. His client list includes: Universal Studios, NBC Television, PBS TV, Turner Networks, The Oprah Winfrey Show, "Investigative Reports" and "Cold Cases" with Bill Kurtis for A&E, Jim Henson Home Entertainment, HIT Entertainment, VeggieTales, Cartoon Pizza, Exclaim Entertainment, United Airlines, Gatorade, Ford, IBM, Sun Microsystems and Avid.
Throughout his 20+ year career in Film and Television, Christian Glawe has helped create national and international programming for PBS, Travel Channel, Lifetime Television, WB Network, New Line Cinema, OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network), G4 Television, TV Guide Network, Speed Channel, AT&T, Anheuser-Busch, Time Warner, The United States Air Force, and many, many others. See Christian's work on his website.