Award-winning editor Peter Roberts runs post production company RPM Pictures, and has worked on a wide range of TV shows and films. His TV credits include Gloss, God, Sreenu and Me, Legend of the Seeker and Artsville. His film work includes The Dark Horse, Hip Hop-eration, The Most Fun You Can Have Dying and 50 Ways of Saying Fabulous.
In this ScreenTalk, Roberts talks about:
- How a small white lie helped launch his editing career
- Working in ‘a dark dungeon’ while cutting beloved soap Gloss
- Editing some of the show's cliffhanger finales
- Creating romances and backwards flying seagulls for the off-beat God, Sreenu and Me
- Using digital trickery to simulate a drought, after the rain-plagued shoot of movie 50 Ways of Saying Fabulous
- Trying to redeem a potentially unlikable lead in The Most Fun You Can Have Dying
- Coping with huge amounts of footage editing The Dark Horse
- How a projector meltdown at an early screening highlighted that the film was going to work
- Wanting to show aging in a positive light with Hip Hop-eration
- The impact of changing technology on editing
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