WATCH: 'Modern Imbecile's Idiot's Guide To Making Movies For Dummies,' Episode 4: Editing

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Thank god for post-production. After the travails of casting, owning the director's chair and wrangling two unruly actors, the final shot is done. No more sets and arguments, it's now all about catching Zen in the edit room. Wallace Cotten begins to edit his masterpiece. Cotten recalls his favorite part of the post-production process and that means he doesn't have to see some particular people again - at least offscreen. Or does he? Much to his dismay, Don and Lizard Man are there to help out with "final cuts" and songs for the soundtrack. Watch it all play out in Episode 4 of Modern Imbecile's Idiot's Guide To Making Movies For Dummies presented by Slamdance TV!


Slamdance alums Kevin M. Brennan and Doug Manley have teamed up with Slamdance TV to present Modern Imbecile's Idiot's Guide To Making Movies For Dummies. In the five part web series, Slamdance TV's very own Ben Hethcoat goes behind the scenes of Wallace Cotton's latest feature film, COP HEAT starring Brennan and Manley as the titular duo, Don and Lizard Man. COP HEAT "Two hot for the streets. Two hot to handle."



Join the festival 'By Filmmakers, For Filmmakers' in this Slamdance TV original web series which explores the independent filmmaking process. Slamdance Film Festival takes place January 18-24 in Park City, UT.

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PREVIOUSLY:
'Modern Imbecile's Idiot's Guide To Making Movies For Dummies,' Episode 1: Casting
'Modern Imbecile's Idiot's Guide To Making Movies For Dummies,' Episode 2: Directing
'Modern Imbecile's Idiot's Guide To Making Movies For Dummies,' Episode 3: Acting



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