This chapter examines the ethics, aesthetics, and techniques of collaborative post-production. It offers reflections rather than rules, and deliberately takes a partial and personal view of what has been a growing field of practice. Post-production itself includes video editing, coloring and special effects, plus sound creating, recording, editing, and design. Only recently has collaborative editing become possible in anthropological filmmaking, quite simply because the equipment necessary to this phase was not easily taken to the field. Collaborative post-production is increasingly popular because it has significant impact on the form, content, and dissemination of the films themselves. The post-production of the film-sound mixing, colouring-was made after these layers of sound and images were adjusted.