Post Production:  Post Production can be the most important phase of your project. 

Post Production

Satisfying your Post Production needs.


We're ready to satisfy your editing needs.


Sounds are important.  Developing those sounds is the key!


Score, the music, not to be confused with bedding & tunes.


Not the one you sleep in but the bedding for your project's scene.

Special Effects F/X

F/X is needed for most projects.


Post can be fun, it can also be a pain when you're needing to correct something that was neglected during production!

"I enjoy the elements of post-production such as editing, bedding, foley, voice overs, narratives.  What I dislike about post-production is attempting and/or trying to correct a 'mess-up' that was created during production.  Such as a 'bad footage, incorrect lighting, continuity issues, horrible sound, etc., those 'mess-ups' can take days to correct and can be quite expensive. So the moral of the film production is 'do it correctly in production' then you don't have to worry about 'mess-up' during post-production." ---Director Maurice 

Post-production: The images, sound, and visual effects of the recorded film are edited and combined into a finished product.

Post-production (commonly known as “Post”) is the period where the film picture images, sound (i.e. bedding, score, foley, voice overs), and visual effects of the recorded film are edited and combined into a finished product.  Music and special  effects are also composed during this time and added to the film.  Most of the time marketing and publicity materials are generated. Post can last from 4 – 12 weeks depending on the size of the project. 

Post is a essential step to ALL film productions because this is the stage when your film begins to take shape and come into fruition.  Post is as important as turning the camera on and hitting record during production.  Post is the ONLY area of the production process where you actually can create the meaning and your message of your film project by processing the footage filmed from production and editing into your final film product.

Post-Production is the last step of the filming process.  When you've reach this stage your home free ONLY if you've planned your project's production properly.  

Our goal at SNFilms is to work with clients during all stages of the production; however, sometimes it does not workout that way.  We're open to joining your project during the Post stage.  If it's to assist with correctly a mess-up, creating special effects, foley, bedding, etc., we're here to satisfy your Post needs.  Email us at contactus@snmedia.net and place in the Subject "POST".  Someone from the Post team will contact you within 8 to 12 business hours.  There is no Post job to large or to small, and we will take delight in correcting a 'mess-up'.

Two examples of special effect visuals.

Editing your project

"Editing is my favorite Post thing, because you're sitting there actually breathing life into your film.  The scenes, locations, characters, everything begins to take form and the message of your film be it horror, drama, sci-fi  come alive directly in front of you on the screen.  I love it.  It could also be the biggest nightmare ever, if you didn't film from a storyboard during Production."  --- Director Maurice

Film editing is both a creative and a technical part of the post-production process of filmmaking.  We have talented skillful editors who understand good editing can help a movie move at a good pace suiting the story and establishing a proper engagement with the view audiences.  When scenes are edited well emotions, tensions and mystery can be colligated in the right shot. Good editing can turn a sad scene into a high-voltage drama showing the emotions in full light.

Video editing is important because it is the key to blending images and sounds to make us feel emotionally connected and sometimes truly there inside the film we're watching.  It's a safe assumption to say video editing is among the most important part of your film project.  Again, we cannot stress the important of filming from a storyboard.  When you do editing is a piece of cake and will conclude quickly.

Foley, Bedding, Score, Music 

Sounds will make or break your film project.  In Silence Of The Lambs when Hannibal Lector told Clarice Starling, "a census taker once tried to test me, I age his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti" then he did that sound with his mouth. That gesture was purely the genius of Anthony Hopkins' talent as an actor and the sound of it was extremely creepy.  In Francis Ford Coppola's, Bram Stoker's Dracula, the bedding during the mountain chase scenes are outstanding.  The bedding pulls you completely into the chase as it should.

SNFilms understands the "sound" of a film are essentially important. 

Foley are the sounds which are added into the production during post, such as, thunder, footsteps, sneezing, zippers, dripping water, birds, alien sounds, etc.   

Score not to be confused with bedding is the musical sound/tunes you hear which builds tension.  In Alfred Hickock's Psycho, I'm sure just my mentioning that film you right now you have the creepy bedding sound in your mind.  Friday the 13th and Star Wars when Dark Vader appears all of those are bedding sounds.  When filming The CLOSET in Post Director Maurice worked with music composer Travis L. Aniton when creating the bedding for the scene mess.  Have a look.

Bedding is the musical tune/sounds you hear during the opening or closing of a scene.  For example:


Our team of Music Producers enjoys working with clients creating what's needed to satisfy your film needs.


Special Effects F/X

This includes the use of mechanized props, scenery, scale models, animatronics, pyrotechnics and atmospheric effects: creating physical wind, rain, fog, snow, clouds, making a car appear to drive by itself and blowing up a building, etc. Mechanical effects are also often incorporated into set design and makeup.  

Today they are one of the main reasons why the production of a feature film is so long and expensive, but already since the birth of the big screen the films have never existed without the effects: on the contrary, one can rightly assert that theirs are a inseparable union.

Yet, with regard to the best approach to be taken regarding the addition of effects to a film, the debate still remains open, and even among the film industry and entertainment industry insiders it is possible to gather very different opinions.

Between visual effects and special effects, which ones produce the most effective and most impactful results on the public

Do you know the different between visual effects and special effects?

Special effects (commonly abbreviated as SFX) are all realized “on set”, that is they happen in reality, in a physical and tangible way, to create a condition that would not occur naturally or spontaneously.

When you throw a match into a can of gasoline and record the resulting explosion, or when you build a fake arm and attach it to the actor and then be able to detach it with the corresponding burst of blood, it is producing a special effect.

The same goes for false gunshot wounds, blank projectiles, stage knives and so on.

Visual effects (or VFX), on the other hand, are added at a later time, thanks to the power of a computer.

When you create a digital model of a spaceship and fly it against the backdrop of a scene painted with matte painting, or thanks to chromakey you create the illusion that the actor is crashing from an airplane, those are visual effects. Recently, thanks to the introduction and dissemination of very powerful animation and compositing software and also relatively affordable prices, the VFXs are simpler and cheaper than SFX: this is the reason why more and more explosions, splashes of blood or the glare of the shots are today made through visual effects.

In other words, the special effects are applied on the set during production, while the visual effects take place in post-production.

At SNFilms we specialize in both effects to satify all of your special/visual effects needs.  Some effect images are on the left.

About SNFilms

At SENWOT NETWORK FILMS our goal is to continue to penetrate the motion picture industry just as Alfred Hitchcock, James Cameron, George Lucas and Spike Lee did -- by creating motion pictures and television shows that focus on ordinary people being drawn into an extraordinary and unique chain of events -- enabling, you the audience to reap the benefits of being uniquely entertained.

Get in Touch


4002 Highway 78
Suite 530-195
Snellville, Georgia 30039

Call/text: (678) 653-FILM (3456)

Email: contactus@snfilms.net


Need help? Contact our team

    call or text
(678) 653-FILM(3456)

Office Hours​

©Senwot Network Films. All Rights Reserved. Designed By Senwot Network Films & Digital Phoenix Designs