Beginning Editing with Adobe Premiere CC - Weekend Intensive, December
1:00pm to 4:30pm
This workshop is full – but will be returning in winter quarter.
$175 General registration
$155 General registration with laptop
$155 Forum member
$135 Forum member with laptop
*3 laptop spaces are available per workshop
Experience Level: Beginner
Limited to 8 participants
This workshop will cover the essentials for learning to edit with Adobe Premiere Pro Creative Cloud, a leading platform used by many professional filmmakers for editing digital media. Students will gain the skills to confidently, efficiently and effectively edit films with the most up to date version of this software, with a focus on the basics about the interface, including how to use the timeline and create a manageable workflow. Software and sample footage is provided. Students are welcome to bring their own laptop with Premiere installed (the latest version is required, but a trial is easy to sign up for and will work for the class.)
Bernard Mann is a filmmaker and editor based in Seattle. He is an Apple Certified Pro in Final Cut Pro, A.C.E. in Premiere Pro CC, and has over a two decades of experience, working in multiple genres in New York, Los Angeles and Seattle. He’s edited documentaries, and narrative films, and commercials. He has a B.F.A in TV/Film from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. His projects include editing the digital cinema projection Kickstarter “Project Ahead” for the NWFF, and his documentary, “A Rich Man” and most recently the narrative short “The Lost Wallet.” His films have been accepted to multiple film festivals. “A Rich Man” and his documentary film “School is Out” were part of Seattle’s Local Sightings Film Festival.
Learn more here.