Yesterday, May 8th, Dodge College of Film and Media Arts premiered the second thesis I had the delight of editing. For Jacob was well received and I couldn't be more excited as to how far this short has come from its initial conception a year ago. My director was highly collaborative, willing to part with scenes and lines in post production for the sake of telling a more cohesive and focused story.
While there were a few bumps in terms of our final delivery for sound design and adjusting our aspect ratio, we screened without a hitch. The response was positive from the audience, with viewers noting the strong performances of our leads. It was a thrill to work on this film, and I look forward to the life For Jacob has in the festival circuit.