"Sight, Sound & Story - The Art of Cinematography" Debuts on September 30th! in NYC!

This September, MEWShop's acclaimed speaker series continues with an evening devoted to the art of cinematography.  Join us as we celebrate the craft of visual storytelling from the masters behind the camera - we’ll take an in-depth look at the challenges of capturing the moment in documentary and then explore the process of shooting narrative feature film and series television.

4:30pm - Check-in

5:00pm - 6:00pm - The Many Challenges of Doc-Style Cinematography 
Moderator: Hugo Perez (Betty La Flaca, Juliet Y Ramon)
Speakers: Matt Porwoll (Cartel Land, Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1), Jerry Ricciotti (Vice, Vice News), Bob Richman (An Inconvenient Truth, The September Issue, Paradise Lost: the Robin Hood Hills Child Murders)

6:15pm - 7:30pm - A Cinematographer's Vision: Creating Distinct Looks for Film & TV
Moderator: Josh & Jason Diamond (The Diamond Bros.) 
Speakers: Paul Koestner (Louie, Deadbeat, Better Things), Nancy Schreiber, ASC (NovemberThe Nines, The Comeback)

7:30pm - 8:30pm - Networking Party & Tech Lounge

MEWShop Welcomes Joe Klotz, ACE As Our September 2015 Artist in Residence!

Manhattan Edit Workshop is proud to announce that acclaimed edtior Joe Klotz, ACE, will be our September 2015 Artist in Residence.  Joe's work includes Lee Daniels' The Butler and Precious, in which he was nominated for a 2009 Academy Award for Best Editing. Some of Joe's other work includes Chappelle's ShowRabbit HoleUpright Citizen's BrigadeChoke, and Happyish. MEWShop Owner and Six Week Intensive Instructor Josh Apter adds, "Our Artist in Residence program always brings in some of the best in the business and Joe is among those at the top of their game. I look forward to seeing him working hands-on with our students."  Our next Six Week Intensive starts September 14th!

For more information on our Six Week Intensive please click here.

MEWShop TECH TALK Partnered with Dissolve - Free Event on September 16th

Manhattan Edit Workshop is Hosting TECH TALKS. For this Tech Talk we have partnered with Dissolve.
Wednesday September 16, 2015.
Doors open at 6pm and the event will be from 6:30pm to 8:00pm.
Snacks and beverages will be provided!
Montage Magic: How Dissolve creates must-watch videos using stock footage
Stock footage
 company Dissolve has received 4 Vimeo Staff Picks and millions of views for its funny and intriguing showreels – built using only clips from its collection.
Join this workshop to learn tips on the art of video montage, working with stock or found footage, and making the most of less-than-perfect source material.
Through our video case studies, you'll learn:- how to build a coherent story out of various scenes and sources- how to integrate stock into custom-shot scenes- and other fun stuff!

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mewshop-tech-talk-partnered-with-dissolve-registration-17675886051

About the Presenter:
Jon Parker is a co-founder and Brand Director of Dissolve. Among other things, he helps create Dissolve’s showreels, including This Is a Generic Brand Video and Emoji Among Us. Jon was a co-founder of Veer and held senior creative positions at Corbis, Getty Images, and Adobe.
Jon will be joined by one of our graphic designers via Skype. 

About Dissolve:
Dissolve provides high-quality footage for use in professional television and web-based advertising work, brand and corporate videos, editorial and documentary settings, interactive web sites, video games and mobile applications.
Video editors, filmmakers, and producers can use our stock footage to augment and enhance their custom-shot work, or even build stories around our footage.
We seek out the freshest and most compelling footage from the explosion of talented filmmakers today. You’ll find 800,000 clips on Dissolve, and we’re adding tens of thousands every month.
Our aim is to empower today’s video storytellers with footage from the world’s most exciting and relevant shooters — hence our tagline, Better footage, better stories™.
Find out more about Dissolve or to browse the latest clips.