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  1. Jun 2020
    1. So, what is a stringout?  Simply put, a stringout is a sequence of shots that a Story Producer assembles and gives to an Editor to serve two purposes; 1) to give the Editor a “head start” on getting through the raw material that has been shot, and, 2) to give the Editor a “road map” on what the story of a specific scene should be. 

      String out.

    2. What’s a string out?

  2. Jan 2019
    1. When did you start working on it and how long did it take to make? It took nearly four years from the first draft to final cut. The first script was complete in early 2014, which we then adapted into a picture storybook as a proof of concept. We received funding almost a year later and we hit the ground running full-time (into eternity).
  3. Nov 2018
    1. As a student, you have to be very good at the craft
    2. Mitchell said, “You have to do what you want to do. Don’t make a film so you can get into Pixar or DreamWorks.”
    3. Pete Doctor, the director of Up, said that he went into school thinking that he needed to learn how to draw and left school believing that acting and storytelling were more important.