Mewshop Artist in Residence Bobbi O'Steen from Manhattan Edit Workshop on Vimeo.
Kicking off the 2011 Artist in Residence program on February 10, Manhattan Edit Workshop welcomed Bobbie O’Steen, Emmy-nominated film editor and critically acclaimed author. Following her extensive work in the cutting room, Bobbie wrote Cut to the Chase, based on interviews with her late husband and colleague, legendary film editor Sam O’Steen. This fascinating book takes the reader behind the scenes of some of the most influential movies in motion picture history, including The Graduate and Chinatown.
Writer, Producer and Editor Allan Title describes how he crafted a dramatic story out of limited footage for a pilot reality show called "Arctic Roughnecks". For more information on Editfest NY please go to editfestny.com.
DVD gag reel from Inglourious Basterds. I own nothing. Just want to share the love! "Quentin Tarantino has referred to Sally Menke as his greatest collaborator. [...] Quentin likes to send greetings from the set to Sally in the editing room. The following are 'Hi Sallys' from the set of Inglorious Basterds.
In this intensive, one-day course taught by our instructor Justin Madden, we'll tour the major features of Adobe After Effects. After learning the interface, we'll dive into importing assets and timeline animation. We'll round out the morning with effects, nested timelines and rendering. After lunch, we'll launch into some of AE's advanced features, such as Bezier masks, chroma keying, text animation and some advanced effects.
By the end of the day, you'll know After Effects well enough to get tons of real-world work done. You'll also leave with a list of resources you can use to gain further knowledge and take your After Effect's work to the next level.
- The Interface.
- Importing assets.
- Timeline Animation and the Comp Panel.
- Nesting and Precomposing.
- Masks and Paths.
- Chroma Keying.
- Text Animation.
- Advanced Effects.
Hours: 10am - 5pm
Each student gets their own workstation.
Click here to register.
American Cinema Editors Asking Film Festivals, Competitions to Add Editing Category - The Hollywood Reporter
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