Burbank, CA, October 10, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Editors’ Lounge panel series returns on October 25th with a discussion on Channeling The Muse. The Ancient Greeks believed that the immortal Muses inspired creativity. This panel of creative editors will bypass the usual technical discussion and instead dig deep to find out how they foster an environment that allows for creative inspiration. Brought to you by AlphaDogs Post Production, the event will be held at Key Code Media 270 S. Flower St. Burbank, CA 91502. RSVP is mandatory due to the overwhelming demand for this popular series. http://www.editorslounge.com.
As most film and television editors are already well aware, working in a highly technical fast paced medium that’s ever-changing can cramp one's inspiration when it comes to storytelling. Endless codecs, insane deadlines and demanding clients don’t exactly encourage a creative spirit, let alone collaboration with your Muse. While creativity typically can’t be forced, there are techniques that industry veterans have found effective when it comes to summoning their “inner Muse,” leading to those creative “a-ha moments.”
Moderated by journalist Debra Kaufman (Creative Cow, MobilizedTV), Channeling The Muse is an expert panel composed of veteran film and television editors that include: Zack Arnold (editor Burn Notice and Glee, and writer/director of the documentary Go Far: The Christopher Rush Story), Ryan Case (editor/director on Modern Family and Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Jay Lash Cassidy (editor Silver Lining Playbook, Into The Wild, and An Inconvenient Truth), and Dan Lebental (editor Thor: The Dark World and Iron Man 2, and creator of TouchEdit for iPad).
For directions and more information visit http://www.editorslounge.com
About the Editors’ Lounge: The Editors’ Lounge is a hands-on seminar for industry professionals. Each month, scores of professionals in the production and post-production industries exchange ideas, discuss trends and learn about new technologies; allowing editors to have their questions addressed objectively. To learn more visit http://www.editorslounge.com.