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PART 1

Editor's Discussion Panel: The Business Side of Editing
October 24, 2014 - PART 2

This edition of the Editor's Panel Discussion Series focusing on the business side of an editing career, continues with Q&A session.

The award-winning panelists:
Richard Halsey, editor Rocky
, Edward Scissorhands and Sister Act
Tina Hirsch, editor Gremlins, Dante's Peak
and The West Wing
Norman Hollyn, editor Heathers, It's Pat and Wild Palms
Glenn Morgan, editor/post producer Project Runway and Under the Gunn

Moderated by Debra Kaufman, Journalist

Questions-and-Answers:
• Working 60-70 hours a week? @
00:21
• How have changes altered jobs? @ 04:58
• How does a 40+ break into industry? @ 08:47
• Negotiating points/residuals? @ 10:08
• How do you approach a scene? @ 11:32
• How do we protect & value ourselves? @ 12:58
• What are must-have skills for new post-grads? @ 17:28
• Where do you recommend freelancers look for work? @ 19:36
• How does an indie editor get into studio system? @ 20:01
• Where is the bottom going to stop? @ 21:46
• How do we compete with cheap internet prices? @ 23:43

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