New Avid Media Composer Tutorials from MEWShop!


Here at MEWShop, we've been putting together a bunch of new video mini-tutorials and how-tos for Avid Media Composer. Here's a compilation. Check them out!







For more videos like this from MEWShop, subscribe to our YouTube channel!

"Logan" Editor Mike McCusker, ACE joins MEWShop's January Six Week Intensive Program! Class starts January 9th!



MEWShop is proud to welcome Oscar nominated film editor Mike McCusker, ACE as our Artist in Residence for our Six Week Intensive Art of Editing Workshop that starts January 9, 2017.  
Mike's first feature film in the editor’s chair resulted in an Oscar nomination for Best Achievement in Film Editing: Walk the Line.  Walk the Line won the ACE Eddie that year for Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical. Since then he has edited 3:10 to Yuma, Australia, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Wolverine, 13 Hours, The Girl on the Train, and the soon to be released Wolverine sequel  Logan

For more information on our Six Week Intensive or for registration information please go to http://mewshop.com/six_week_workshop/overview/

VIDEO: Film Editor Stephen Rotter discusses "Enchanted" with Bobbie O’Steen



Editor Stephen Rotter talks about the process of editing a musical number, as seen in "Enchanted." From the Series: "Manhattan Edit Workshop Presents Inside the Cutting Room with Bobbie O’Steen" featuring editor Stephen Rotter on April 25, 2013.

Stephen Rotter has worked as a film editor on more than thirty feature films. He won an Academy Award for his work on "The Right Stuff" and an Emmy and Eddie for the mini-series "Holocaust" starring Meryl Streep. Stephen's other editing credits include "The World According To Garp," "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "The Parent Trap," "What Women Want," "America's Sweethearts" and the 2007 hit, "Enchanted."

Bobbie O’Steen is a New York-based writer and film historian, dedicated to sharing the editor’s invisible art with students, professionals, and the movie-going public. She is an Emmy-nominated film editor and the author of two acclaimed books about editing entitled "Cut to the Chase" and "The Invisible Cut." O’Steen is currently partnered with Manhattan Edit Workshop for her series “Inside the Cutting Room," and she also moderates panels for American Cinema Editors’ EditFest. To find out more information on her speaking events go to:http://www.bobbieosteen.com/.

See more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFTpOOSGrCfKShrx15YojdQ

VIDEO: How to Add a Gap Clip in Final Cut Pro X



A quick guide to adding gap clips in Apple's Final Cut Pro X 10.3.

Manhattan Edit Workshop is a New York Film Editing School offering a full range of basic to advanced manufacturer certified training courses, from the Avid, Autodesk, Assimilate and Apple products to the complete suite of Adobe applications.

Manhattan Edit Workshop's mission is to provide the highest quality education for filmmakers and editors. Focusing on both the art and technology inherent to our craft. We foster a "learn by doing" approach in an atmosphere where mistakes are encouraged as part of the process and the only "silly" question is the one that isn't asked.

More information about Manhattan Edit Workshop and the classes offered visit: https://mewshop.com/
Follow us on Twitter: @MEWshop / https://twitter.com/mewshop
Like us on Facebook Manhattan Edit Workshop: https://facebook.com/ManhattanEditWorkshop
Friend us Manhattan Edit: https://facebook.com/mewshop

VIDEO: Andrew Weisblum, ACE Discusses the Advantages of Going Against the Script with "Black Swan"



  Inside The Cutting Room With Bobbie O'Steen" Featuring Andrew Weisblum, ACE - Black Swan Part II.  From the Series: "Manhattan Edit Workshop Presents Inside the Cutting Room with Bobbie O’Steen" featuring editor Andrew Weisblum, ACE on February 21st, 2013.

Andrew Weisblum, ACE is an American film and a visual effects editor. He has collaborated frequently with directors Darren Aronofsky and Wes Anderson. Weisblum was nominated for an American Cinema Editors's Eddie Award for Best Edited Animated Feature Film for his work on “Fantastic Mr. Fox” and an Academy Award for Best Film Editing for his work on “Black Swan.”

About the moderator: Bobbie O’Steen is a New York-based writer and film historian, dedicated to sharing the editor’s invisible art with students, professionals, and the movie-going public. She is an Emmy-nominated film editor and the author of two acclaimed books about editing entitled "Cut to the Chase" and "The Invisible Cut." O’Steen is currently partnered with Manhattan Edit Workshop for her series “Inside the Cutting Room," and she also moderates panels for American Cinema Editors’ EditFest. To find out more information on her speaking events go to: http://www.bobbieosteen.com/.

See more of our videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFTpOOSGrCfKShrx15YojdQ

VIDEO: How to Create Customized Workspaces in Final Cut Pro X



A quick guide to creating customized workspaces in Apple's Final Cut Pro X 10.3.

Manhattan Edit Workshop is a New York Film Editing School offering a full range of basic to advanced manufacturer certified training courses, from the Avid, Autodesk, Assimilate and Apple products to the complete suite of Adobe applications.

Manhattan Edit Workshop's mission is to provide the highest quality education for filmmakers and editors. Focusing on both the art and technology inherent to our craft. We foster a "learn by doing" approach in an atmosphere where mistakes are encouraged as part of the process and the only "silly" question is the one that isn't asked.

More information about Manhattan Edit Workshop and the classes offered visit: https://mewshop.com/
Follow us on Twitter: @MEWshop / https://twitter.com/mewshop 
Like us on Facebook Manhattan Edit Workshop: https://facebook.com/ManhattanEditWorkshop 
Friend us Manhattan Edit: https://facebook.com/mewshop

Watch Our Six Week Workshop Profile on Alumni Spencer Morin. Next Six Week Intensive Workshop Starts January 9th!



Former Manhattan Edit Workshop Six-Week student Spencer Morin talks about his experiences with Mewshop's Six Week Intensive Program, as well as his work at Cause + Effect Productions on projects for MTV and Nickelodeon.

About MEWShop’s Six Week Intensive Course
The post-production industry is highly competitive, and knowing the industry standards – Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, After Effects and Avid Media Composer – is critical for success. MEWShop is the only school in the world to offer in one comprehensive, six-week course all of these editing applications, taught by certified instructors. No other program guarantees more time in the classroom or more working on one’s own machine. The Six Week Intensive Course takes students through each program as they work on various real-world projects to illustrate the distinct strengths and nuances of each NLE. MEWShop’s Six Week Intensive is also the only course of its kind that allows students to choose the footage they want to edit on the platform they prefer.

Beyond the creative and technical aspects of editing, a portion of the Six Week Intensive Course also is focused on how to secure a job once the class ends. Students will draft cover letters and resumes, which will be refined over the span of the class, and also discuss with instructors interview strategies and job applications, as well as how to appropriately set rates and find the right work for each graduate’s unique interests.

For more information on Manhattan Edit Workshop's Six Week Intensive Workshop go to: http://www.mewshop.com/six_week_workshop/.

New Class Series with Film Historian and Author Bobbie O’Steen Debuts January 7th!

Manhattan Edit Workshop Announces New Class Series with Film Historian and Author Bobbie O’Steen


'Making the Cut with Bobbie O’Steen’ courses explore the editor’s endgame decisions from inside the cutting room
New York, New York – Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the east coast's top school in the post-production industry, for cutting edge certified training and for filmmakers learning the art and craft of editing, has just announced weekend dates for the ‘Making the Cut with Bobbie O’Steen’ class series this January 2017.  The purpose of this course is to understand the art and technique of master editors through screening and discussion of their work.  How do they decide what shot to use and when exactly to cut in and out of that shot? How do they shape actors’ performances and fit the puzzle pieces together to make a story work? O’Steen will reveal the wisdom and strategies of master editors by taking you through a cut-by-cut analysis of many classic movie scenes, based on interviews from her popular books, panels, and event series. Ultimately, you’ll develop a deeper knowledge of the thinking behind the editing process, empowering you to become a better editor and storyteller yourself.
Carol Littleton, ACE (E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, The Big Chill) notes “O'Steen uses her insider knowledge and sensitivity to the work of editors to expose the techniques, or rather the feelings, and the instincts behind "making movie magic." Adds MEWShop President Jason Banke “Bobbie O’Steen’s wealth of knowledge and insight gained from extensive research and years of interviews with master editors is second to none. These intensive courses about the decision-making process of editing taught by someone of Bobbie’s caliber is an experience that existing and aspiring editors and filmmakers will not want to miss.”
Making the Cut with Bobbie O’Steen: Volume 1 - Saturday & Sunday,  January 7 - 8, 2017   from 10am – 6pm
Cost: $695.00
DAY 1:  From Raw Footage to Final Cut: The Making of Two Classics.
Scenes from - The Graduate and Rosemary’s Baby
DAY 2: The Biggest Challenges: Beginnings, Endings and the Dialogue Scene.
Scenes from – Breathless, Bonnie & Clyde, Manhattan, Michael Clayton, Up, Gosford Park, Rachel Getting Married, Moneyball

Special Guest Editor Coming Soon!  Past guest editor include Michael Berenbaum, ACE (Sex and the City, The Americans), Stephen Rotter (The Right Stuff, Enchanted), and Craig McKay, ACE (Philadelphia, Silence of the Lambs)

Making the Cut with Bobbie O’Steen: Volume 2 - Saturday & Sunday, January 13 - 14, 2017  from 10am – 6pm
Cost: $695.00
DAY 1: The Musical and Action Scene - Playing with Sound, Motion, and Time.
Scenes from - A Hard Day’s Night, All That Jazz, The Big Chill, The French Connection, The Right Stuff, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Argo
DAY 2: The Sex and Suspense Scene – Power of Psychology and Point of View.
Scenes from - Body Heat, Don’t Look Now, Out of Sight, Unfaithful, Chinatown, Silence of the Lambs, Black Swan

Special Guest Editor Coming Soon!  Past guest editor include Michael Berenbaum, ACE (Sex and the City, The Americans), Stephen Rotter (The Right Stuff, Enchanted), and Craig McKay, ACE (Philadelphia, Silence of the Lambs)
Registration
Students can register at https://www.mewshop.com/registration/.  Our Making the Cut with Bobbie O’Steen: Volume 1 & Volume 2 courses are located under the “two-day/weekend” drop down menu.  Prospective students can sign up for both Making the Cut: Volume 1 & Volume 2 courses and receive 10% off the total price (Regular Price is $1,390.00 - $695.00 for each class). By bundling these classes the discounted total price is $1,249.00!  Please indicate in the comments section of the registration page that you are signing up and taking both classes to receive the discounted bundle price. 
About Bobbie O’Steen
Bobbie O’Steen is a New York-based writer and film historian, dedicated to sharing the editor’s invisible art with film students, professionals and the movie-going public. She is an Emmy-nominated editor and author of two acclaimed books about editing. Cut to the Chase is based on interviews with her late husband and colleague, legendary editor Sam O’Steen; and her second book, The Invisible Cut, deconstructs classic movie scenes through a cut-by-cut analysis.
She has taught graduate school workshops at NYU and contributes commentary and interviews about the art of editing for The Criterion Collection releases. She has moderated numerous panels honoring master editors at EditFest as well as NYU, Emerson College, UCLA and 92Y Tribeca. She is now partnered with Manhattan Edit Workshop to regularly host her evening event series in NYC called “Inside the Cutting Room.” She has also written for such publications as ACE’s CinemaEditor Magazine, which recently named her “Film Editing’s Greatest Champion.” 
O’Steen’s next project is an authoritative, media-rich eBook called "Making the Cut at Pixar" about the editor's pioneering role in computer animation.   You can find out more information at bobbieosteen.com.                                                                                        

VIDEO: Sound Editors Phil Stockton, Eugene Gearty, and Sam Miille, discuss sound designing the storm scene from "Life of Pi"



"Sight, Sound & Story" - Soundshow NY: "Life of Pi" Part 3.  From Sight, Sound, and Story on June 8th, 2013.

Starting in 1982 Eugene Gearty was one of the first digital Sound Editor/Designers in the film industry. He pioneered the use of the access and the Synclavier systems for use in creating and editing sound effects for movies such as "Silence of the Lambs," "Do The Right Thing," "Men in Black," and "The Hudsucker Proxy." He has worked with many New York directors including Joel & Ethan Coen , Jim Jaramusch and Lee Daniels. He has been nominated for an Academy Award 3 times and won an Oscar for "Hugo." He has won the Golden Lion (Taiwan) and the Hong Kong “Oscar"(China) for "Crouching Tiger/Hidden Dragon." He has also won the MPSE golden reel for Sound Effects editing for "The Aviator."  His Television credits include "Boardwalk Empire" for which he received an Emmy for his work on the Martin Scorsese directed pilot.  After being nominated for an Oscar in 2013 for his work on Ang Lee’s "Life of Pi," he has been working  on  Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street "and with the Savannah College of Art and Design on expanding their Sound Design program.

Phil Stockton is a Supervising Sound Editor who has worked on an array of feature films and documentaries for such directors as Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, John Sayles, Ang Lee and many others. Phil has been recognized numerous times in the form of awards and nominations including an Oscar and a BAFTA (British Academy Award) nomination for “Life of Pi,” and an Oscar and BAFTA win for “Hugo.” He also has 3  Emmy nominations with a win for “Boardwalk Empire,” and several MPSE Golden Reel Awards – most recently for “Life of Pi“ and ”George Harrison, Living in the Material World.“

Phil has had the good fortune to work on over 120 films including such classics as "Raising Arizona," "Goodfellas," "Do The Right Thing," "Etenal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "Brokeback Mountain." He recently finished working on "The Wolf of Wall Street for Martin Scorsese."

Sam Miille has been working in sound for film for nearly a decade.  In that time he’s collaborated with the Oscar winning team of Eugene Gearty and Phil Stockton on such works as "Life of Pi," "Hugo," "Shutter Island," "Boardwalk Empire," "Miracle At Santa Anna," and "The Departed."  Sam assists Mr Gearty in the technical and organizational aspects of the fast paced and dynamic world of Sound Fx editing. Sam has supervised the sound on episodes of "Independent Lens" and "Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom," along with several independent films and short subjects.

"Life of Pi" is a 2012 American 3D adventure drama film based on Yann Martel's 2001 novel of the same name. Directed by Ang Lee, the film's adapted screenplay was written by David Magee, and it stars Suraj Sharma, Irrfan Khan, Rafe Spall, Gérard Depardieu, Tabu, and Adil Hussain.

The storyline revolves around an Indian man named Piscine Molitor "Pi" Patel, living in Canada and telling a novelist about his life story and how at 16 he survives a shipwreck in which his family dies, and is stranded in the Pacific Ocean on a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger named Richard Parker.

"Sight Sound and Story" is an annual event presented by Manhattan Edit Workshop that brings audiences "behind the scenes" with legends of visual storytelling.
Each year the one day summit brings together a collection of diverse and intriguing high-profile speaker series to discuss the evolving world of post-production.

Panels topics include the art and processes of editing film & television, exploring ground-breaking interactive media, experiencing the magic of feature sound design, taking a look at the vital roles of the VFX artist, and deconstructing key scenes from fiction and documentary favorites

Like us on Facebook at Sight, Sound & Story: https://www.facebook.com/InsideCuttin...
Follow us on Twitter: @SightSndStory / https://twitter.com/SightSndStory
www.sightsoundandstory.com

Watch our Six Week Student Profile on Assistant Editor Jonathan Proctor. The next Six Week Intensive Starts January 9th!



Former Manhattan Edit Workshop Six-Week student and assistant editor Jonathan Proctor talks about his experiences with Mewshop's Six Week Intensive Program and his work on HBO's "Vinyl."

About MEWShop’s Six Week Intensive Course
The post-production industry is highly competitive, and knowing the industry standards – Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, After Effects and Avid Media Composer – is critical for success. MEWShop is the only school in the world to offer in one comprehensive, six-week course all of these editing applications, taught by certified instructors. No other program guarantees more time in the classroom or more working on one’s own machine. The Six Week Intensive Course takes students through each program as they work on various real-world projects to illustrate the distinct strengths and nuances of each NLE. MEWShop’s Six Week Intensive is also the only course of its kind that allows students to choose the footage they want to edit on the platform they prefer.

Beyond the creative and technical aspects of editing, a portion of the Six Week Intensive Course also is focused on how to secure a job once the class ends. Students will draft cover letters and resumes, which will be refined over the span of the class, and also discuss with instructors interview strategies and job applications, as well as how to appropriately set rates and find the right work for each graduate’s unique interests.

For more information on Manhattan Edit Workshop's Six Week Intensive Workshop go to: http://www.mewshop.com/six_week_workshop

VIDEO: Editor Kelley Dixon, ACE on Creative Freedom in Hit TV Series "Breaking Bad"



Editor Kelley Dixon, ACE discusses creative freedom in "Breaking Bad." From "Sight, Sound & Story" on June 11th, 2016.

Kelley Dixon, ACE got her start in post production in multiple capacities in the editing room on the features "Reservoir Dogs" and "Good Will Hunting" as well as TV's "Without a Trace," and "Revelations."  Kelley got her big break after many long years as an assistant when her editor, Lynne Willingham cut the "Breaking Bad" pilot and she became the series' second editor.  She's been nominated for four ACE awards and six Emmys - winning one Emmy in 2013 - for her work on "Breaking Bad."

Kelley also edited on HBO's "Luck," Showtime's "Shameless," AMC's "The Walking Dead," "Halt and Catch Fire" and "Preacher."  And she's currently working on the "Breaking Bad" spin-off, "Better Call Saul."

"Breaking Bad" is an American crime drama television series created and produced by Vince Gilligan. The show originally aired on the AMC network for five seasons, from January 20, 2008, to September 29, 2013. It tells the story of Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a struggling high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. Together with his former student Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), White turns to a life of crime, producing and selling crystallized methamphetamine to secure his family's financial future before he dies, while navigating the dangers of the criminal world. The title is from a Southern colloquialism meaning to "raise hell." Breaking Bad is set and was filmed in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

"Sight Sound and Story" is an annual event presented by Manhattan Edit Workshop that brings audiences "behind the scenes" with legends of visual storytelling. Each year the one day summit brings together a collection of diverse and intriguing high-profile speaker series to discuss the evolving world of post-production. Panels topics have included the art and processes of editing film & television, exploring ground-breaking interactive media, the fast pace of cutting sports television, getting the real from reality television, experiencing the magic of feature sound design, taking a look at the vital roles of the VFX artist, and deconstructing key scenes from fiction and documentary favorites.

About Our Sponsor Blackmagic Design: Blackmagic has grown rapidly to become one of the world's leading innovators and manufacturers of creative video technology. And that's because our philosophy is refreshing and simple - to help true creativity blossom.

Blackmagic Design's founders have had a long history in post-production editing and engineering. With extensive experiences in high-end telecine, film and post, harnessed with a real passion for perfection, Blackmagic set out to change the industry forever.

Go to: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/ for more information on their products!

Video: Film Editor Bill Pankow, ACE Discusses an Action Scene from "Carlito's Way"



From Manhattan Edit Workshop's "Critical Ends" series, featuring award winning editors discussing their craft as a part of our Six Week Editing Intensive. Bill Pankow, ACE, has enjoyed a long collaboration with renowned director Brian De Palma, beginning as an associate editor on the films "Dressed to Kill" and "Scarface." Pankow graduated to editor on "Body Double" and continued his affiliation with De Palma on such films as "The Untouchables," "Casualties of War," "Carlito's Way," "Redacted," and "Femme Fatale," for which he received the Seattle Film Critics Best Editing award for 2002. Bill has also collaborated with Charles Stone III on his films "Drumline," "Paid In Full" and "Mr. 3000 "and with Jean Francois Richet on "Assault On Precinct 13." "Carlito's Way" is a 1993 American crime drama film directed by Brian De Palma, based on the novels "Carlito's Way" and "After Hours" by Judge Edwin Torres. The film adaptation was scripted by David Koepp. It stars Al Pacino and Sean Penn, with Penelope Ann Miller, Luis Guzmán, John Leguizamo, and Viggo Mortensen in supporting roles. The film's featured song, "You Are So Beautiful", was performed by Joe Cocker.

For more videos go to: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFTpOOSGrCfKShrx15YojdQ

VIDEO - Film Editor Jeffrey Wolf, ACE on Dividing Coverage in the Feature Film "Beautiful Girls"



Film editor Jeffrey Wolf, ACE on "Beautiful Girls." From Manhattan Edit Workshop's "Critical Ends" series, featuring award winning editors discussing their craft as a part of our Six Week Editing Intensive. For more information on Manhattan Edit Workshop's Six Week Editing Intensive and Artist In Residence program please visit: mewshop.com/six_week_workshop/ Jeffrey Wolf, ACE, worked with director Ted Demme on "The Ref," "Beautiful Girls," "Monument Avenue" and "Life." He also edited the award-winning film "Holes," "Penn & Teller get Killed" and "Billy Madison." He also worked on "The Longshots" starring Ice-Cube, and directed his first film, the documentary, "James Castle, Portait of an Artist." "Beautiful Girls" is a 1996 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Ted Demme from a screenplay written by Scott Rosenberg, starring Matt Dillon, Lauren Holly, Timothy Hutton, Rosie O'Donnell, Martha Plimpton, Natalie Portman, Michael Rapaport, Mira Sorvino and Uma Thurman.

See more videos from MEWShop here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFTpOOSGrCfKShrx15YojdQ

VIDEO - Making the Cut with Bobbie O'Steen Course Series - Promo Video



The purpose of these classes is to understand the art and technique of master editors.  How do they decide what shot to use and when exactly to cut in and out of that shot? How do they shape actors’ performances and fit the puzzle pieces together to make a story work? O’Steen will reveal the wisdom and strategies of master editors by taking you through a cut-by-cut analysis of many classic movie scenes, based on interviews from her popular books, panels, and event series.  Ultimately, you’ll develop a deeper knowledge of the thinking behind the editing process, empowering you to become a better editor and storyteller yourself.

“O'Steen uses her insider knowledge and sensitivity to the work of editors to expose the techniques, or rather the feelings, and the instincts behind "making movie magic."  - Editor Carol Littleton, ACE ("E.T. the Extra Terrestrial," "The Big Chill") 

About the classes: 

Making The Cut with Bobbie O'Steen: Volume 1

Class Schedule:
DAY 1:  From Raw Footage to Final Cut: The Making of Two Classics.
Scenes from - "The Graduate" and "Rosemary’s Baby"

DAY 2: The Biggest Challenges: Beginnings, Endings and the Dialogue Scene.
Scenes from – "Breathless," "Bonnie & Clyde," "Manhattan,' "Michael Clayton," "Up," "Gosford Park," "Rachel Getting Married," "Moneyball'

Special Guest Editor on Day 2 TBD!! Past guest editor include Michael Berenbaum, ACE ("Sex and the City," "The Americans"), Stephen Rotter ("The Right Stuff," "Enchanted"), and Craig McKay, ACE ("Philadelphia," "Silence of the Lambs")

Next class starts January 7th!  Go to www.mewshop.com for more information.

Making The Cut with Bobbie O'Steen: Volume 2

Class Schedule:
DAY 1: The Musical and Action Scene - Playing with Sound, Motion, and Time.
Scenes from - "A Hard Day’s Night," "All That Jazz," "The Big Chill," "The French Connection," "The Right Stuff," "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Argo"

DAY 2: The Sex and Suspense Scene – Power of Psychology and Point of View.
Scenes from - "Body Heat,' "Don’t Look Now," "Out of Sight," "Unfaithful," "Chinatown," "Silence of the Lambs,' "Black Swan"

Special Guest Editor on Day 2 TBD!! Past guest editor include Michael Berenbaum, ACE ("Sex and the City," "The Americans"), Stephen Rotter ("The Right Stuff," "Enchanted"), and Craig McKay, ACE ("Philadelphia," "Silence of the Lambs")

Next class starts January 14th!  Go to www.mewshop.com for more information.

Who is this class for?
Editors, Assistant Editors, Post Supervisors, Directors, Producers and Filmmakers

Prospective students can sign up for both Making the Cut: Volume 1 & Volume 2 courses and receive 10% off the total price (Regular Price - $1,390.00 ($695.00 for each class,) with bundle discount $1,249.00!!  Please indicate in the comments section of the registration page that you are taking more than one class and would like to receive the bundle price when registering.  

Go to www.mewshop.com for more information.

About Bobbie O'Steen:  Bobbie O’Steen is a New York-based writer and film historian, dedicated to sharing the editor’s invisible art with film students, professionals and the movie-going public. She is an Emmy-nominated editor and author of two acclaimed books about editing. Cut to the Chase is based on interviews with her late husband and colleague, legendary editor Sam O’Steen; and her second book, The Invisible Cut, deconstructs classic movie scenes through a cut-by-cut analysis.

She has taught graduate school workshops at NYU and contributes commentary and interviews about the art of editing for The Criterion Collection releases. She has moderated numerous panels honoring master editors at EditFest as well as NYU, Emerson College, UCLA and 92Y Tribeca. She is now partnered with Manhattan Edit Workshop to regularly host her evening event series in NYC called “Inside the Cutting Room.” She has also written for such publications as ACE’s CinemaEditor Magazine, which recently named her “Film Editing’s Greatest Champion.”

O’Steen’s next project is an authoritative, media-rich eBook called "Making the Cut at Pixar" about the editor's pioneering role in computer animation.     

For more information go to  bobbieosteen.com.

#Makingthecut, #MEWTUBE, #MEWshop, #BobbieOSteen, #ITCR, #RosemarysBaby, #SilenceoftheLambs, #TheGraduate, #BehindtheScenes, #ArtofEditing, @MEWShop, #Editor, #Film

Avid ScriptSync and PhraseFind are returning to Media Composer



Click here to find out more information: http://connect.avid.com/ScriptSync-PhraseFind-Get-Notified-Registration-Page.html