Cut a Movie Trailer

I don’t know about you, but I can’t stand it when people cut a movie trailer in such a way as to spoil the entire movie. As a filmmaker, whenever you cut a trailer, there is always a fine line between telling your audience too little or too much about your movie – in which (you hope) the final cult ultimately results in a ticket or DVD or VOD sale.

Today, I wanted to focus on a little humor – the part about trailer-cutting that makes the process fun. For some case studies on how a little music, a little cutting and a little creativity can change how people think about your story – I’ve added the following examples:

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