How the Unconventional Editing Process of ‘In Flames’ Got it Slated at Cannes Directors’ Fortnight
This post is by Logan Baker from No Film School
Sometimes you have to try something new to get the best edit possible.
This post was written by Craig Scorgie.
In Flames is a new horror film premiering this month at Cannes Directors’ Fortnight. The movie takes place in Karachi, Pakistan, and follows a mother and daughter who are fighting malevolent forces, both real and imagined, that emerge following the death of the family’s patriarch.
My name is Craig Scorgie, and I co-edited this film with its director Zarrar Kahn. I’m here to share my experience working on In Flames, the unique process that brought this story to life in the cutting room, and a sense of what it can be like co-editing with a director.