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42 C I N E M O N T A G E F E A T U R E CAREER PROBLEMS, FINANCIAL HARDSHIP, EVEN PERSONAL GRIEF – MEMBERS HAVE SEEN IT ALL DURING RECENT STRESSES. HERE'S HOW THEY HAVE KEPT GOING By Michael Goldman A s t h e C OV I D -1 9 p a n d e m i c d e s ce n d- ed, entertainment professionals faced massive uncertainty regarding, among other things, what they should or should not be doing to make sure that the show, quite literal- ly, could still go on. After all, in the improvised quarantine -based world that followed, one thing quickly became clear—the public need- ed home entertainment more than ever. That meant figuring out a way to keep the post-pro- d u c t i o n i n d u s t r y f u n c t i o n i n g o n t h i s n e w landscape—currently a huge area of focus for the editorial community. "A l l t h e t r a d e a r t i c l e s I ' v e r e a d a b o u t post-pandemic protocol have mainly discussed production," said picture editor Shannon Davis. "But we have to make sure post is always in the conversation." Music editor Jillinda Palmer concurs, and not only for the industry's and the public's sake—but for her own sanity, as well. I L L U S T R A T I O N B Y T O M M Y K I M

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