An Inside Look at Working in a Series

An Inside Look at Working in a Series

Approximately 30 million surveillance cameras in the U.S. capture people’s lives on tape every day. In fact, it’s legal to keep such cameras inside dressing rooms in 37 states. And the ongoing popularity of sites like YouTube and Twitter has only made it easier for society to get even more glimpses inside people’s personal thoughts and moments.
Two weeks ago, I had the privilege of visiting the set of the filming of the pilot presentation for Echoes (a working title). This pilot presentation is comprised of several momentous, and strongly contrasting, scenes from a full pilot script written by Ken Kabatoff and Mark Savela. Today, the picture on the presentation was locked, which means the editing is finished and the rest of the post production process – VFX, sound mixing, color correct – will begin.

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An Inside Look at Working in a Series

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