Sunday Nov 10, 2019

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Read our fascinating

interview with film

editor ace Colin Goudie

Colin Goudie career as an editor spans over 35 years and covers everything from documentary to big budget blockbusters…
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By noreply@redsharknews.com (Chris Foreman)
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Colin Goudie career as an editor spans over 35 years and covers everything from documentary to big budget blockbusters such as Rogue One Read. In this fascinating interview we find out what motivates him, how things have changed over the years, and what he thinks of the modern cinema experience. Lightworks for drama but I did prefer Avid for documentaries because of the way you could move blocks around the timeline back then.

It honestly not quite as technically robust but it gets the job done, and those things are really helpful and it means you do not have to change your mindset in your workflow when you are working on a low budget film the way you used to. I remember working on a production where I turned to the director after we screened a digital cut of the film and I said wear….

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