Ever wonder what goes through the mind of editors when their next innovative film? Welcome to Milkshakes With a Filmmaker the new series where we take a look at jobs behind the scenes you may not have known much about and show you what’s up.

This week we’re talking with Jay Evans, an editor here at The Initiative who was edited several feature films including The Umbrella and the upcoming Out of the Woods.

Editing is less about knowing how to make a cut and more about when to make a cut. Check out the video to learn what it’s like to be a creative editor.

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  • While a great many would see him as a hero, there are some that would prefer the term vigilante. Gregory is an aspiring filmmaker who loves writing, directing, coffee and long walks on the beach.

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