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S3E11. How I Edited Top Gun Maverick: Eddie Hamilton Exclusive Part 1 Eddie has taken time away from his Mission Impossible 7 timeline to come back on the podcast and talk through all of the trials, tribulations and triumphs of his latest collaboration with Tom Cruise.Come and join us on this week’s episode of Once Upon a Timeline to get an exclusive, behind the scenes look at the creative editing decisions of one of Hollywood’s greatest editors.
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Snippet of Once Upon a Timeline Episode 18: How Daft Punk Taught Me to Score Scenes How we design our cutting patterns and what we choose to select within the music track to help us create that stylisation, is rarely talked about. Most of us discover it by accident as I did when watching a music video of one of the tracks of the famous French dance duo, Daft Punk.
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S3E11. How I Edited Top Gun Maverick: Eddie Hamilton Exclusive Part 1 Eddie has taken time away from his Mission Impossible 7 timeline to come back on the podcast and talk through all of the trials, tribulations and triumphs of his latest collaboration with Tom Cruise.Come and join us on this week’s episode of Once Upon a Timeline to get an exclusive, behind the scenes look at the creative editing decisions of one of Hollywood’s greatest editors.
S3E10. The Fundamental Laws of Shot Selection There are a huge array of psychological, behavioural, action and dialogue based considerations we need to go through in order to get the best elements onto the timeline.In this week's episode of Once Upon a timeline Paddy breaks down all of these factors in detail and provides editors with a useful exercise to do in order to squeeze every last bit of high end content out of the raw footage.
S3E9. What Should an Editor Look at First in a Shot? There is a psychological and subconscious grading system with which the mind views new images and what it thinks is most important within a new shot. Much of it is the result of our evolution over thousands of years and understanding this order and priority list is a key insight for the professional editor. Join Paddy for an entertaining journey through the mind of the audience and the emotional impact of how they see our work.
S3E8. How Can We Create Value in the Mind of Our Clients? It's not good enough to just focus on the craft, there are numerous psychological traits we must be aware of as well. On this week's show I'm going to be talking about a major one; the art of creating value in the mind of the client.If you'd like to learn how to create the best perception possible of your creative skills with directors and producers, then tune into this week's episode of Once Upon a Timeline: The Creative Editing Podcast.
S3E7. The Editor's Guide to Visual Grammar How are many scenes structured? What are the can and can't do's in visual logic? When and how can we break the rules? These are just some of the editing questions we'll be discussing on this week's show.We also have a fantastic free Creative Editing Masterclass for you which takes you through everything you need to know to build a rough cut. Episode 7 of Once Upon a Timeline: The Editors Guide to Visual Grammar is now live!
S3E6. The Perils of Full Disclosure We're kicking off our first podcast episode of the new year with a discussion around Full Disclosure and all its perils. Crafting the information and story content is one thing but knowing when and where to disclose that content to our audience is a delicate art.Too much too soon and we overload the audience, too little and the narrative won't make sense and create that magnetic interest from the viewer. Join me for this week's in-depth creative editing discussion on Once Upon a Timeline: The Creative Editing Podcast.
S3E5. In Conversation With Carly Brown Part 2 Within just a few short years Carly's grit, determination and relentless pursuit of her dream to edit high-end drama has paid off as you can now see her work on the latest season of the BBC/HBO drama Industry.We love inspiring stories on Once Upon a Timeline and not only does this episode have a ton of inspiration but it's also jam-packed with incredibly useful information for any editor.
S3E4. In Conversation With Carly Brown Part 1 And today's guest on Once Upon a Timeline has one of those great stories. The hugely talented Carly Brown has worked on a unique range of genres as she rose up the editing ladder. From short promos to quick turnaround sport's shows to documentaries and all the way up to high-end drama.We're very lucky to have this amazing editor as our first guest on Season 3 and I know you'll love this first part of her interview.
S3E3. In Defence of Jump Cuts But without an in depth look at why they happen and all of the many ways we can actually benefit from them, we'll never look at them as anything but an inconvenience.This week's show is an encyclopaedic study of this enormous part of our art form. We're going to look at the numerous types of jump cuts, how they work, how they can benefit us and what the rules are for using them in our cutting patterns.Don't forget it's also Black Friday weekend here at Inside The Edit. Get 50% off any membership by using the promo code BF21 at our store! This is the only sale we do all year so don't miss out!
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