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RASA Sayang, Motorcycle Journals – Charles Coleman, Editor

Charles Coleman

Charles_Coleman2Charles Coleman – Editor

Charles Coleman is a young and enthusiastic film editor based in Brighton but has links with London having previously studied at Greenwich University. Charles studied Digital Television and Interactive media; where he learnt sound design and special effects. He worked as a security officer for 3 years whilst supporting his studies working at events such as Wimbledon, The Olympics, Paralympics, The O2 Arena and the Oval Cricket Ground. Working at these venues meant he got to observe how live events were run or recorded for editing later. Earlier in 2009 Charles had the opportunity to work at the first ever Doha Tribeca Film Festival as a volunteer, not only observing films and helping out but also experiencing a different culture.

Charles moved to Bournemouth in 2013 to study his Masters in Post Production Editing. This is where he edited a film called ‘Muscle Memory’ which was directed by Nor Hazlin. This film has been nominated for the creative response category in the Imperial War Museum film festival, London. Amongst some of Charles’ Previous Project with Smudgerhunt Film, a cooking show web-series, called ‘A Taste of Rasa Sayang’. ‘Motorcycle Journals: Sammy Miller’ edition is Charles second collaboration with Smudgerhunt Films.

Charles specialises in various editing suite, which includes Avid Media Composer, Adobe Suite, After effects as well as Speed grade.

RASA Sayang – Es Cendol

Rasa Sayang

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Smudgerhunt Film first foray into filming a cooking program aimed for the broadcast and upload to the internet as a web series.

This was a multi-camera shoot with the main cam tripod mounted to provide coverage and a Canon 5D MKII used handheld without the use of a rig to follow the cooking and preparation processes.

At the present moment we have produced five typically 4 minute duration videos each concentrating on a single traditional Indonesian dish. The eventual aim is to produce a full range of videos to complement a book of the recipes, which can now be purchased from Amazon.

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