Jeffrey Turboff is an award-winning editor at ABC Nightline on television, working mainly in news/documentary. His awards include Emmy, Murrow, Cronkite, Peabody, Deadline Club, and Genesis awards.
We begin the podcast with his experience and background and then begin to talk about how we met…there is a bit of talk about his experience when he came to San Diego with the mobile film school kick-off and the International Mobile Film Festival.
Jeff talks about his first mobile film, Trumpeter Swan, which was an animation. He shares the details about using apps and his video editing software, AVID, to create his creative film which he submitted to the film festival in 2013.
Jeff also shares another animated film, Requiem, which he also submitted to the film festival in 2015. He explains the process, the story behind his animation and then he shares great insights to story structure and mobile filmmaking which should be very useful to creative filmmakers planning or thinking about using their smartphones to create and experiment with mobile filmmaking.
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Visit the links below referring to what he discussed, his films, apps he talked about, which he used and his About.me.
Jeff’s first Requiem film submitted to IMFF 2015
Fools Parade by Trumpeter Swan submitted to IMFF 2013
Apps Jeff used:
Jeff on Facebook:
Jeff on Twitter:
All three Requiem films (2015)
Trumpeter Swan Article on Mobile Movie Making:
Film Jeff made and shared (not a mobile film)
International Mobile Film Festival
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