A Film Editor puts together a movie production after filming has been completed. You’ll choose which scenes to include in the finished product and which footage to edit out. Film Editors make sure the film flows well and the director’s vision is carried out. You might make decisions about accompanying music, special effects and other film features.
Film Editors need to have strong leadership skills and be able to communicate well with their production team. You’ll need excellent attention to detail and should be able to manage your time well. Film Editors should be creative and be able to use a range of editing equipment and software.
There are 4 courses available for people who want to become a Film Editor.