Florian is a highly experienced freelance film editor. In the last few years he was editing hundreds of projects. Beside editing he also works as postproduction supervisor.
Florian: “I grew up with movies. I learned so many at that time. Day and night learning and finding out. Later at the film school and at my first professional experiences I got involved in the fascinating process of filmmaking. To work with time and as a teamplayer. But the most important is to drive forward your creativity.”
He is available worldwide for feature film, fiction, commercial and music video. Fluent in German and English.
Name: Florian Eisner
Lives in: München, Germany
Company: FILM EDITOR
Occupation: Editor, Filmmaker and Post-Production Supervisor
Shadow of the Unnamable // Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival - Best Editing
Various Trailer Production
Commercial by Red Bull Mediahouse Film Editor / Writer, Producer
Various Trailer Production
Commercial by ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland Film Editor / Writer, Producer
Various TV Commercials
Commercial by Various directors Film Editor especially fast car movies
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Power of Soul
Documentary by Marctropolis / Marc Fehse Film Editor Artists like James Brown, Bobby Byrd, Martha High, Marva Witney, Gven Mc Crain and so many more talk about their work in the music industry and especially with James Brown. They tell us about their origin and their way to funk and soul music.
Shadow of the Unnamable
Film (short) by Church Hill Pictures / Sascha Alexander Renninger Film Editor New England in the late 1920ties. The two friends Randolph Carter and Joel Manton spend a sunny autumn afternoon on an old far off 17th century cemetery. An argument arises, concerning the horror stories written by Carter. Especially one story draws Manton`s sarcasm. It´s centered around a creature so horrifying, that it cannot be named or described: the Unnamable… Manton, as a schoolteacher and firm believer in science, can´t imagine anything could be truly unnamable. Encouraged by the atmosphere of the old burial ground Carter tells his friend about the origin of that novel. He claims it to be based on a more than 200 years old local legend. A legend about a strange old man, who was rumored to have a terrible creature locked up in his attic. Manton listens with increasing fascination, as darkness descends on the cemetery. And suddenly they become part of the legend as well…