Compared with other members of the below-the-line community affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the production shutdowns it spurred, post-production artists are uniquely positioned. Relying mostly on computers and an Internet connection to do their jobs, picture editors, sound editors and colorists are able to work remotely, while many other artisans are not. Still, this reality is tempered by the fact that without new material to edit, their work, too, will dry out. Tom Jarvis, the Emmy-nominated editor behind The Late Late Show with James Corden, has spoken with a number of his fellow craftsmen in recent days, gaining a sense of how the shutdowns have impacted them. “There are quite a few who have been lucky, and are able to load up hard drives with media and work from home, or are on shows that are able to continue while working remotely — several will be employed until August,” he said. “But there is also a large group of them who are now suspended or put out of work. It’s really hard for freelancers to find gigs now, and depending on who it is, it’s coming at unfortunate times.” Related Story Coronavirus: 120,000 IATSE Members Lose Their Jobs In… Read full this story
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