“Art of the Guillotine” gets its own iPhone app!

If you are a professional editor, then you’re likely already familiar with Art of the Guillotine (AOTG), a website packed with useful links and information for anyone involved in post production. The site does a great job of collecting the best post related stories from around the web. Now, AOTG has taken their site mobile with their very own iPhone app..

The new AOTG app features sortable news feeds as well as audio & video clips of panel discussions and interviews made with editors from around the world. In addition, users can find upcoming events and locally registered editors on the included map.

The app is free (ad supported), and is well worth the download.


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