Thanks Rachel. Hope your client was happy, if you need any tips for editing. Take it from the most classically principled editor, Walter Murch (-:
In the Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch
(emotion and story) are worth far more than the bottom four (rhythm, eye-trace, planarity, spatial continuity), and when you come right down to it, under most circumstances, the top of the list-emotion-is worth more than all five of the things underneath it. (Page 19)
Yeah, that's getting there, well once you've gotten it there, who all is gonna see it? :-)
Secrets of Breaking into the Film & TV Business
Making your first film is really all about making your next film; it's the first step towards building a career, and ensuring you don't remain a one-hit (or no-hit) wonder.
When do you start this second film? You started it the moment you began your films. (Page 229)
So how do we do more at the same time as we do better of another thing? There outta be a book on multitasking in this day and age. That way we can get lost in the confusion for the fun of it! Lol
No Time Like Show Time by Michael Hoeye
"You're really good!" she wheezed. "I mean, you're even badder than I thought." (Page 155)
And if you feel like remaking Thriller, I got the perfect backlight to make the front half, crescent. So the folks of hollywood, know who's bad! And keeping the Sony cam, rising! See you next time.