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Randi Altman
Randi Altman is editor in chief of Post Magazine


raltman@postmagazine.com
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Editor's Letter: Getting Started
Published: April 4, 2012

The legacy of Star Wars just keeps on giving. Not only were the films blockbusters, they set a new standard for filmmaking and set an entire generation on a path to filmmaking.
Editor's Letter: The benefits of previs
Published: March 5, 2012

We could all do with a little more planning in our lives, right? Looking at something from multiple angles and picking the best path to where we want to be. Post pros specializing in previsualization know better than most how much this process can help in the bigger scheme of things.
This month, we take a look at the process and talk to some experts (page 16). We also reached out to others who don’t necessarily specialize in the previs, but do reap the rewards.
VFX 'Ghost Rider: The Spirit of Vengeance'
Published: March 5, 2012

CULVER CITY — The Creative-Cartel (www.thecreative-cartel.com), founded by visual effects producer Jenny Fulle, recently completed work on Sony Pictures’ follow-up to 2007’s Ghost Rider, Ghost Rider: The Spirit of Vengeance, co-directed by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor.
Getting Engaged With Social Media
Published: February 14, 2012

There is no more denying. There is no more avoiding. While some went kicking and screaming into the world of social networking, most have gotten past the gratuitous sharing (you got new shoes? awesome) and found the real value.
Editor's Letter: Embracing social media
Published: February 2, 2012

If you own a business, have a hobby or even a remotely curious bone in your body, chances are you have an established social media presence or you visit them from time to time. Heck, my 80-year-old father has a Facebook page. Go Marvin!
New Media SWOT: Online & Mobile
Published: January 4, 2012

There are so many ways to reach consumers these days and brands are taking advantage of them all, from digital billboards and social media to in-store kiosks to Websites to viral videos, mobile phones and apps.
This part of the business is growing, with no sign of slowing down, and creatives and post professionals are finding even more ways to engage consumers.
Agencies & Post
Published: January 4, 2012

While most agencies have established and comfortable relationships with post houses, they do keep their eyes open for new talent. Sometimes it’s word of mouth. Sometimes it’s a spot that impresses on air. Sometimes it during a showing at the agency itself. Where things do differ a bit is in relation to VFX houses. That’s when agencies rely on directors, (who also have favorite editors) to lead the way.
Editor's Letter: New Year's resolutions
Published: December 29, 2011

I hope everyone had a lovely holiday season, and while you are about to dig into 2012, I wanted to send you very hearty New Year’s wishes from everyone here at Post Magazine. As I have been known to do over the years, I will use this space to highlight some New Year’s resolutions from those around the industry.
And I will kick it off with my own. I once again resolve to eat less, take more vitamins and mentally train for the New York City Marathon — this is my year! I also intend to judge people less, starting now. This goes out to the lady who I saw merging onto the highway holding a cell phone in one hand and cigarette in the other and, I can only imagine, steering with her knee caps. The old Randi might have cursed you under her breath, but the new 2012 Randi says, “Kudos, talented lady. Kudos.” Oh, and “please don’t kill anyone.”
Clint Eastwood's 'J. Edgar'
Published: December 2, 2011

LOS ANGELES — The Clint Eastwood-directed J. Edgar, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio as the enigmatic lawman who started the Federal Bureau of Investigation, jumps back and forth in time — from a fresh-faced young Hoover up to the older man recording his memoirs.
In the Mix: AMC's Hell on Wheels
Published: November 15, 2011

HOLLYWOOD — AMC, the network that hosts the critically acclaimed Mad Men and Breaking Bad, has a new series determined to wow viewers and critics alike: Hell on Wheels,  which premieres this month.
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