Zack Arnold, ACE and workflow expert Michael Kammes discuss how to set up your remote post-production workflow and make sure you don’t lose your mind working from home.
Here are five practices that will help you better acknowledge your feelings, face your fears, develop acceptance of our new reality, as well as build resilience to weather the greatest challenge of our lifetimes.
Amidst the chaos and uncertainty of COVID-19, there is very little we can control right now. Fortunately there are still things we can control to reduce the fear and anxiety consuming us all.
If you find yourself losing control and getting sucked into the black hole of anxiety and paranoia, here are five simple suggestions (and a bonus) to weather this storm and begin taking back control of your mental health during this unprecedented global crisis.
You think you’ll get a million things done during your next hiatus…then when it comes you get nothing done. Learn how to be more productive during your next hiatus from film/tv editor Debby Germino.
Without question sleep is the most important physiological process we require as creative professionals (and humans) to function at an optimal level…yet it’s what our …
Michael Kammes is the creator and host of the 5 Things tech series as well as the Director of Business Development for the startup BeBop …
Roger Barton has edited and worked on some of the most iconic films of a generation such as Armageddon, Pearl Harbor, Titanic, World War Z, …
Learn how editor Chryss Terry used simple time management skills to overcome repeated burnout and imposter syndrome.
Dr Noah’s Ark is one of the most unique veterinary clinics in the United States. Learn how it became that way with founder Dr Noah Arnold.
World-renowned NYC street photographer Daniel Arnold candidly discusses the many facets of the creative mind…including the darker ones.
Listen to Zack Arnold (ACE), Lillian Bension (ACE), Carol Littleton (ACE) and Andy Seklir (ACE) discuss what it REALLY takes to survive the working conditions in Hollywood and become a successful editor in Hollywood.
Those of us working in the filmmaking industry are willing to put up with ridiculous (and deadly) working conditions that few other industries would deem acceptable. But the much deeper question is: Why?
For those of us in Hollywood working behind computers in dark rooms for a living, will there ever come a time when we realize it’s counterproductive, unhealthy, and downright dangerous to work insane hours at the expense of our health and our creativity simply for the sake of our jobs?
Civil engineer and female bodybuilder Gen Malone candidly tells her story of depression, burnout, and imposter syndrome…and how she came out the other side.