Jonny Elwyn focuses on ten tips for improving the director/editor relationship.
1. It’s a collaborative effort.
That means I want to bring all that I have to contribute to the project. I want to engage you in lively debate about the best way to shape the project. I want you to be open to trying new ideas and new approaches. I don’t want to you to see me as only a button monkey.
2. What you have isn’t what you had.
The editor is the one who has to stand in the gap between what the director thinks they have or wishes they had, and what they really have. We can only cut the footage you shot. Our job is to bridge that gap as much as we can.
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