September 6, 2019
From the very beginning, editors, pre-viz creators, and others were tasked with ironing out complicated workflows.
Taking in nearly $3 billion in worldwide box office, there’s no denying that the final chapter of Marvel’s Infinity War saga has secured its place in cinematic history. Avengers: Endgame was also one of the most complicated films to bring to the screen, so much so that when directors Anthony Russo and Joseph Russo started on their cinematic journey with the climactic two films, they made sure to bring in a veritable army of post-production personnel to keep the complicated workflow on track.
In an interview with Avengers: Endgame editor Jeffrey Ford, Frame.io blogger Alexander Huls got down to the brass tacks of what was required to keep the MCU on track to move towards a meaningful conclusion, rather than becoming a speeding freight train heading towards a cliff. And for Ford, it was the intimate involvement of post-production artists like himself and Third Floor pre-viz artist Gerardo Ramirez, that helped make it all a reality.