Hey, what was wrong with the old website?! Just because we changed it, doesn’t mean we didn’t like it. We did.
It’s just that our old website was entirely in Flash - which made it really cool to look at, but nearly impossible to find us on the internet. PLUS, we have so many new things going on, we wanted a better way to share all the latest news and information you’ve come to expect:
- About: You’ll find just about everything you’d like to know about us – our mission and pictures of our new facility (we moved last year!!) as well as all the people running it, as well as answers to the most frequently asked questions.
- SIx Week Intensive: So much has changed in our flagship class since we first opened our doors in 2004. Our curriculum continues to offer comprehensive hands-on training in both Final Cut Pro and Avid as well as the concepts and craft of non-linear video editing. Our roster of award winning editors has grown exponentially since first we first started the Artist in Residence Program, so we’ve included their bios, pics and clips of their lectures.
- Courses – Certified courses are our core raison d’etre - and our new web design makes it easier for you to find the class you want, and the timeframe you want them.
- Certification – Can’t decide whether to go custom or certified? Find out “why get certified?” as well as what steps you need to take to ensure you pass the first time. (But no worries if you don’t. You can always take it again)
- News and Events – Edit-fest New York…Masterclass highlights…B&H vouchers…we needed a place to post random good news, happenings and pictures of said good news and happenings.
- Media – The results of all the things we do and people we know – student reels, Artist in Residence podcasts at Audible.com and video highlights in The Vault for free.
- Rental Suite – We got so much space in our new location – what to do? Rent out editing suites! Check out the pictures, dimensions and equipment. Give us a call to inquire.
- Manhattan Edit Workforce – Mewshop is constantly looking for new ways to connect students and employers. To this end, we’ve launched a new program - Manhattan Edit Workforce. Each student in our Six-Week Art of Editing Workshop cuts an editor reel in the class. Each of these reels are coupled with a resume and archived on a private web page. Participating Edit-Facilities (up to 18 at this point) receive an email with-log in information every time there’s a new group of reels. When these companies hire, they look to Manhattan Edit Workshop. Now they can go straight to the source – Manhattan Edit Workforce.
We hope you find our new website even better and more user-friendly than the old one. Please let us know what you think!