When it comes to talent, nothing can better illustrate the expertise needed to swing from serious to silly than in the magic and mastery of Sr. Editor at Zealot, David […]
When it comes to talent, nothing can better illustrate the expertise needed to swing from serious to silly than in the magic and mastery of Sr. Editor at Zealot, David Kim.
Kim talks about his rise in the trailer industry and how his professional development intersected with his personal life and about the challenges of thinking about structure, first, when tackling a new trailer project. Plus, we delve into the process of what happens when your great big idea doesn’t seem so great, or big, once you begin putting the trailer together.
This is Part 1 of our 2 part conversation with David Kim, Senior Editor at Zealot. David has done such a diverse range of work from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to The Willoughbys, from Central Intelligence to I, Tonya; New Order, Parasite, Hacks and so many more. We discuss growing up in SoCal, how much of a hero his mom is, how he spent time in other jobs before he ever got into the trailer industry and, of course, we talk plenty about his incredible trailer work.
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