We’re back at it again with the Sr. Editor at Zealot, David Kim. We’re going deeper with one of the greats of the industry.

This installment gets deeper into David’s life as a trailer editor in addition to seeing these conversations not as a fawning, pedestal-putting kind of exercise, but as insightful conversations into the lives of those who are writing the stories of those cutting and creating trailers. It’s a job, and it can be a grind, but David discusses his approach to projects, diving deep into how he created the trailer for Parasite.

In Part 2 of our convo with David Kim, Sr. Editor at Zealot, we talk some more about his time with Transit and the great team there; Helen and David get into some spirited debates about k-pop; we go deep on some more projects including PARASITE, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE and TEA WITH THE DAMES; David shares about what makes Zealot’s culture so great; and then we talk some more k-pop!

Trailer Geeks and Teaser Gods – the podcast that honors the art of making movie trailers, teasers, key art, and all the strategic content that launch the movies, TV shows, and games we love.

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