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Post Synchronisation

Post Synchronisation

On the next episode of Cinematic Immunity, we bring you part two of our interview with post-production supervisor, editor, writer and director Dan McMellen.  

This time we'll get into the more technical side of the post-production process, talking in depth about editing technique and theory, the gear and equipment used, and the role of Digital Imaging Technicians and Digital Downloaders.  Dan also shares a few valuable lessons learned from renowned editor and author, Walter Murch.

Check back on Tuesday for part two of our interview with Dan McMellen.  And don't forget that you can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, listen on SoundCloud and Stitcher, follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, and even tell people face to face about how much you love Cinematic Immunity!

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Just Fix It In Post

Just Fix It In Post

Editor, writer, producer and director, Dan McMellen, got into the business early, always wanting to be a filmmaker. After studying at the University at Kansas, he would move out to Los Angeles to follow his filmmaking dreams.  His first stop: working for Robert Altmans editor, as an assistant.

Bullitt to Blood Relatives; How Jim Edwards got his Start

Bullitt to Blood Relatives; How Jim Edwards got his Start

As Jim would tell the story, he was minding his own business when he was nearly run over bhy Steve McQueen during the making of the film Bullitt.  He has since gone on to take his own part in movie making history.  Currently, he owns Barking Weasel Productions which handles all of his Directing/Production requirements and Ace and Edie HD is his 4K editing studio located in a massive warehouse in downtown Los Angeles for editing jobs.