Film Editing professionals shape a film's story long after the Director has called "that's a wrap!" Here's what you need to know to get a foot in the door as part of this challenging but rewarding field.
A Post Supervisor maintains the integrity of a film or television show by overseeing color correction and visual effects, handling quality control, and managing billing and paperwork. Learn MoreAvg. Salary:$50,906Salary Range:$41K - $67KAlt Titles:Post-Production Supervisor
The Film Editor works with the Director, editing footage together to shape character and perspective, thereby creating a comprehensive onscreen narrative. Learn MoreAvg. Salary:$52,107Salary Range:$35K-$79KAlt Titles:Picture Editor, Cutter
Post-Production Coordinators ensure delivery of a finished episode to the network. Duties include distributing daily footage to crew and production, scheduling Actors for post dialogue work, and... Learn MoreAvg. Salary:$53,287Salary Range:$40K - $70KAlt Titles:Post Coordinator, PPC
Asset Managers manage the distribution of media assets between the various departments of post-production, making sure all media is organized and in place. Learn MoreAvg. Salary:$85,189Salary Range:$57K-$130KAlt Titles:Assistant Post Supervisor
The Assistant Editor supports the main Picture Editor by preparing projects, cleaning up timelines and handling exports. Learn MoreAvg. Salary:$57,455Salary Range:$39K-$87KAlt Titles:AE