A Look into the Editing Process of Netflix’s The Crown, with Morten Højbjerg

Morten Højbjerg

“The editing is where all the elements come together at last. If shooting is the art of the possible, editing is the art of bending the rules. Shaping and re-shaping. Asking questions and trying to find answers.”—Morten Højbjerg

Behind the scenes of The Crown, Season 4

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Writer, runner, music enthusiast. Exploring connections between creativity + art, lifestyle, and entrepreneurship through a series of interviews.

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