Run Time: 90 minutes
Neighborhood Screening @ Cleveland State University, MU 107
All panels are free and open to the public.
NO TICKET REQUIRED
What happens to a film after production has wrapped? Post-production includes the manipulation and collation of image and sound to create an integrated whole. While editing is the backbone of the post-production process in filmmaking, other vital post-production aspects will be considered as well. These include music scoring and music rights, post-production sound (e.g., ADR, Foley), animation, and both digital visual effects and optical/practical special effects (which seem to be making a bit of a comeback). Technological developments have brought about changes in post-production workflow options, tools, and platforms that have made the highly collaborative process of post-production even more complicated and dynamic.