From a mid size town in Minnesota, Manny has a 7 year background in working within the video and filmmaking industry. Ever since discovering his mom's VHS camera in 2003, he has never stopped loving the moving image.
Now somebody grab a rope and a Phantom.
If these guys haven't talked to LenProToGo/BorrowLenses etc. then they need to.
Nobody has mentioned Lightworks. It is pretty decent, and definitely has some good features for a freeware program.
I think the end of The Wolf of Wallstreet meant something, especially since the real Jordan Belfort introduces Leo at the end, saying, "This is one of the baddest mother fuckers I have ever met. Please welcome, Jordan Belfort!" Emphasis on bad. I think Scorsese is trying to tell you the whole time how bad Jordan is morally.
The final scene even shows how he is still selling to poor saps. It gives you only this very moment to make two choices in morality:
A.) He is fooling new farm animals, so what is the harm. If they are too slow, or too stupid to realize the danger of 'Get Rich Quick', then they had it coming.
B.) Wow, taking advantage of people in dire times is a very terrible thing to do. Even as Jordan says early on in the film, "But if we can make money for both our client and ourselves, it is advantageous to all parties..."
If you still don't believe me, Google "Jordan Belfort 60 Minutes Interview" and see for yourself. The real Jordan Belfort being asked hard hitting questions shows his true face.
I love Blackmagic's business model.