We go through, I think, six different drafts of each script.
And then my shooting it is roughly, you know, fifteen percent of the total work that gets done on a show. Then it's all post-production animation after that.
On the other track I got to talk with Jon Poll, my editor, and we go into more detail about the decisions we made in both the production and the post-production. So I hope the combination becomes something worth collecting.
There are two phases to a movie. First you shoot the movie, and then you make the movie. Generally, post-production is longer than filming.
Taking employment out of the country - now that's taking away jobs.
These shows employ a lot of people: production, post-production, music supervisors, camera people. A hundred people or more.