Matias Lanzi – Editing, Crafting Studios, and Meditation

Today’s guest is a Hollywood Film and TV Editor, Composer, and Sound Engineer. He also designs and builds audio and video post-production boutique facilities. We get into all that and we even touch on his experience at a 10-day silent retreat. Please enjoy my conversation with Matias Lanzi.   Show Notes:   [2:00] Interview Begins [4:00] Building Studios and the role of an Agency [10:30] When a producer calls…The process   [13:00] Creative modes and Time management [17:20] Tired eyes cures Flux your eyes for Phones and Computers  [21:30] An editors desk: Mackie Big Knob, Wacom Intuos  [24:45] Creativity [28:45] Preparing for the Entertainment Industry [33:00] Questions to ask ourselves [35:00] Priorities and change [38:30] Delegating  [43:00] Starting out post-production houses [48:00] Handling people [50:00] Recharging and what Matias doesn’t do Pivoting books The Art of Living: Vipassana Meditation  The Tibetan Book of The Dead The Primal Scream  The Prophet  [59:00] Silent retreat! [1:06:00] Matias tips on Editing [1:12:00]  Favorite movies A Clockwork Orange  Romeo and Juliet  The Fifth Element [1:16:00] Final words

Tony Suriano

Tony is an America Director, Actor, and the host of "Unfake It Till You Make it", a podcast featuring professionals in the entertainment industry. It is a creative guide that provides advice, strategies and moldable methods in the field. Additionally, he is a working Director, Producer, and Writer. While attending high school, Tony completed Disney Producer, Kevin Kelly's film program, which started his journey as a Film Auteur. His film, "The Face In The Vile", (Director/Actor) was selected and featured on NBC's Chiller TV station. Throughout that same year, he began producing branded content, receiving multiple awards & recognitions for his work. In front of the camera, Tony's acting landed his first Netflix role in a Martin Scorsese film called, "The Irishman." Tony's film & music background bleed into each story he tells. With a mix of audacity and prudence, he believes deeply in synergy and searching for the best third alternative.

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