Wednesday, August 4, 2010
If you live in LA, they're all over the place. I'd start at the Editors Guild and then work your way to Film Independent and then go with referrals and social media.
It's also going to depend on why you want to meet Editors. If you want to hire them, they're going to be really easy to find. If you want to be hired by them, then it may take some time.
If you don't live in LA, you can still check with the MPEG because it's national, as well as any local filmmaking organizations, and social media.
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