The minds behind David Fincher’s Mindhunter

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David Fincher‘s new Netflix series is edited with an all-Adobe workflow, including Premiere Pro and After Effects, bringing VFX and editorial under one roof.

Netflix Series Mindhunter Brings Filmmaking Savvy to Episodic TV

Meagan Keane
October 23, 2017
Adobe Creative Cloud

David Fincher is known for directing many successful films, including Gone Girl, The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, as well as the Netflix hit series House of Cards. With each new project, he mesmerizes audiences with his unique storytelling and visual style. His latest project, the 10-episode Netflix series Mindhunter, is no exception.

One of the keys to David Fincher’s success is a talented post-production team that shares his work ethic, passion for filmmaking, and willingness to push boundaries. Peter Mavromates has served as a producer and post-production supervisor on multiple Fincher projects, while Editors Kirk Baxter and Tyler Nelson, along with Assistant Editor Billy Peake and In-house VFX Compositor Christopher Doulgeris, are all veterans on the team.

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3 thoughts on “The minds behind David Fincher’s Mindhunter”

  1. Premiere Pro really came a long way (still has a lot to do) but thanks to the work of these guys my favourite editing software is getting better and better 🙂

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  2. í love this shit.
    And it may be a great ad for Adobe, but, good lord, it’s the worst ad for editing/vfx as a vocation. These men look ill!
    Like DF has them imprisoned at 5620 Hollywood Blvd. That place looks less inviting than a Pittsburgh penitentiary… 😉

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  3. I myself love that working environment. Alone in a low-lit room… or a monastery or prison cell. :mrgreen:

    You do get vitamin-d deficiency associated problems but nothing a daily 20 minutes of sunlight exposure can’t prevent…

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