The next Post Break – Scripted to Unscripted, Post-Production Pathways – is slated for Thursday, June 8 at 4:00 pm EDT. The current Writers Guild of America strike has brought film and television production to a virtual standstill, creating further challenges for post-production professionals whose job security was already threatened by shrinking slates and cost-cutting measures imposed by networks and streamers.
With potential strikes looming from SAG-AFTRA and the Directors Guild, the situation could grow worse.
The free podcast from the Post New York Alliance, producer/writer/editor Mike Noble will talk with director/producer Celia Aniskovich and film editor Jamie Kirkpatrick about the impact the strike is having on post pros—and what they can do about it.
Can post-production professionals who’ve relied on scripted productions pivot to unscripted? What are the pathways? Do skillsets for documentaries and scripted features overlap? Where do they differ? Is there enough work to go around? What about the future? Don’t miss this episode of Post Break for a chance to gain crucial advice on navigating a rocky employment market.
The guests include Celia Aniskovich is a New York-based director and producer, Jamie Kirkpatrick, who has been at the forefront of New York’s independent film scene for more than 20 years, and moderator Mike Noble who started his career in documentaries, film and television in Washington, DC, where he was editor and associate producer on a number of documentaries, including the Emmy-winning Korean War Stories with Walter Cronkite.
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