Found January 02, 2013 on WZR Online:
Credit: ShiningWizards.com Nigel McGuinness recently spoke about his documentary, blading in wrestling and mote. Here are the highlights… On making the documentary: It took a lot of work. Lot of hours in front of the computer, editing it. I really had to learn every step of the way, from the very beginning, what camera to get, what computer, what editing software, how to cut it together, where to get music, how to get rights to footage and photos, getting everyone to sign releases, and then to actually get the thing produced, where to get it made, how to design the case, and then obviously how to let people see it, the people who supported the project from day one, had to let them have their “sneak peek” before anyone else. Every step of the way it was a learning process. A bit of a headache, but it was worth it in the end. On the lengthy editing process: I don’t think I was really aware until I actually started editing together what was there. And I remember, having finished the do...
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