A Filmmaker’s Survival Guide to Working from Home

Here are some tips that’ll help you get ready to bring your office into the comfort of your own home.

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The current coronavirus health crisis has changed the way people work all over the globe, forcing many non-essential employees to go remote. For filmmakers, that means doing their cinematic magic, whether it be editing, sound design, or pre-production from their home offices.

Since it is looking more and more likely that these working conditions won’t change for a number of months, it’d be a good idea for those of you who are working remotely from your homes to ensure that your workspace is meeting as many of your creative and physical needs as possible.

Here are a few tips on how to turn your home office, your living room, or virtually any room in your house into a productive filmmaking hub.

Choose the Right Space

If you’re going to be stuck indoors for months, it might be most beneficial to choose to work in the room in your house that makes you feel happy, creative, and productive.

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