Say what you will about Everything Everywhere All At Once and its seven Academy Award wins (including Best Picture, Best Directing, Best Original Screenplay and Best Editing) - I really enjoyed it.
Maybe everyone else did, too?
(My neighbour, who is a film teacher, didn't love it, so maybe his opinion is weighing heavily on my memory.)
I was delighted when Adobe set up a 90-minute masterclass with EEAAO editor, Paul Rogers, and his two assistant editors from the project, Zekun Mao and Aashish D'Mello.
You can dive into all three parts here:
- Hollywood Post-production Workflows - Part 1
- Hollywood Post-production Workflows - Part 2
- Hollywood Post-production Workflows - Part 3
But, in this issue of Cut/daily, I wanted to whet your appetite with three key takeaways from the full 90 minutes, which also gives you a great introduction to working collaboratively in Adobe Premiere Pro Productions.