As I was beginning the final year of my film studies, I had to choose one movie to cut among all projects from my fellow students. One of those was being written by Michael De Lil, the director of "Cannelle", with whom I worked a few months earlier. Production began in early 2013, and the filming took place during Easter, immediately followed by the editing. I chose Avid Media Composer as my editing sowftware, willing to take profit from its media management tool. The cutting took approximately two to three weeks, then we moved to Pro Tools to cut and mix the sound. The movie was later graded on DaVinci Resolve, and I was asked by the director to make both opening and closing credits. He showed me Marc Webb's "500 Days of Summer", telling that he wanted the samed opening in his movie, wich was made in Adobe After Effects.
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