As entertainment marketing association Promax preps for Europe 2020, Daily Brief spoke with Netflix’s J.D. Funari about his process ahead of his session, “Anatomy of a Trailer.”
Last month also presented the winter Television Critics Association press tour, which brought networks and streaming services to Pasadena, Calif., to discuss industry trends, the streaming wars, and new and returning series.
Brands also prepped for Super Bowl LIV by releasing their ads on social media early, allowing Daily Brief to assemble its favorite spots prior to the game.
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Ahead of Promax Europe 2020, Daily Brief spoke with Netflix trailer editor J.D. Funari on his process, what inspires him, and trends within the industry. Above is a spot he cut for Netflix’s The Laundromat, which captures his editing mentality: tell the story in a creative, spoiler-free manner.
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