[FULL] Video Editing for Narrative Film (July 2018)
***THIS CLASS IS FULL. CHECK BACK SOON!***
$250 for Forum Members
Limited to 6 students
This is an excellent follow-up to Filmmaking Fundamentals: Narrative!
Learn to tell stories through editing! This class offers a hands-on approach for learning how to edit a narrative film. Using a previously-shot short film from the Narrative Filmmaking class, students will learn how to import sound and picture, sync picture to sound, edit picture, add music and titles and how to output the final version, all using Adobe’s Premiere editing program.
In addition to in-class, step by step tutorials, students will also receive one-on-one consultation with the instructor in order to learn shortcuts and different approaches to editing a narrative film. At the final class, students will each present their cut!
Note: Equipment, software, and editing stations are provided. Students also receive free access to the NWFF Edit Lab during the workshop dates, and one week after the last session.
David is an experienced comedy sketch producer, writer, director and editor whose films have screened at film festivals around the world including Seattle’s TWIST festival, Palm Springs International and Chicago’s Comedy Film Festival. David graduated from UCLA’s MFA Filmmaking program in 2004 and brings a wealth of practical production experience that will help students anticipate and avoid potential obstacles to producing their own sketches.