Manhattan Edit Workshop for our February Open House on Feb 7th! Demos on Premiere & Avid!


Join Manhattan Edit Workshop for our February Open House!  This is an opportunity for you to learn more about our Six Week Intensive Workshop and all of our classes. You’ll get a chance to meet some of our instructors, administration, other potential students, and to get a tour of our facilities. Refreshments and snacks will be served!
Wednesday,  February 7th, 2018.  Stop by anytime between 7pm and 8pm.

Premiere Pro DEMO with Certified Instructor Mark Chandler - 7:15pm
  • Round tripping or Dynamic Link to After Effects.
  • An easy, time saving technique to work between Premiere and After Effects

Avid Media Composer DEMO with Certified Instructor Janet Dalton - 7:45pm
  • Working with the new Source Browser 
  • How to hide jump cuts with fluid morph
Also our staff will be on hand to talk to you about all of our classes including:
  • Six Week Intensive Workshop
  • Avid Media Composer and Pro Tools
  • Apple Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro, Motion, and MAC OS X
  • Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, InDesign, lllustrator, Speedgrade, Captivate
  • DaVinci Resolve Workshops
  • Making the Cut 
  • Avid Assistant Editor Workshop
  • Assimilate SCRATCH Workshops
  • Autodesk Smoke Workshops
  • Production Workshops
  • Custom Classes
  • Corporate and Group Training  
For any questions please feel free to call 212-414-9570 or contact

Remembering Legendary Editor Jerry Greenberg, ACE

Over the Christmas break we learned of the passing of Editor Jerry Greenberg. We fondly recall having Jerry on our first feature panel for our “Sight, Sound & Story” series back in 2013. The panel was entitled “New York in the ’70s: NYC Legends Discuss their Work and their Favorite Moments from this Revolutionary Era in American Cinema.” We were delighted to have him join editors Alan Heim, ACE, Susan Morse, ACE, Bill Pankow, ACE and moderator/writer Bobbie O’Steen to lend insight into that historical and magical period of New York City filmmaking. Continuing reading here: