Veteran editor Jim Stewart, ACE, has been editing feature films and television for over 30 years. His breakthrough editing position was on the hit series Life Goes On.
MEWShop is proud to welcome editor Kelley Dixon, ACE as our Artist in Residence for our March/April 2018 Six Week Intensive Art of Editing Workshop.
MEWShop is proud to welcome editor Karen Sim as our Artist in Residence for our September/October 2017 Six Week Intensive Art of Editing Workshop.
MEWShop is proud to welcome editor Jo Francis, ACE as our Artist in Residence for our June/July 2017 Six Week Intensive Art of Editing Workshop.
MEWShop is proud to welcome acclaimed documentary editor Steve Audette, ACE as our Artist in Residence for our Six Week Intensive Art of Editing Workshop that starts March 6, 2017. To find out more information about our Six Week Intensive program or to register, please click here.
MEWShop is proud to welcome Oscar nominated film editor Mike McCusker, ACE as our Artist in Residence for our Six Week Intensive Art of Editing Workshop that starts January 9, 2017.
MEWShop is proud to welcome film editor Ray Hubley as our Artist in Residence for our Winter 2016 Six Week Intensive Art of Editing Workshop. Ray is a lifelong New Yorker with more than two decades worth of credits in narrative features, television and documentary film. Over the years, he has worked with such eminent directors as Sidney Lumet, Brian De Palma, Tim Robbins, Bruno Barreto and John Turturro.
In the Six-Week Intensive Course at Manhattan Edit Workshop (Mewshop), students learn how to use editing software like Final Cut Pro and Avid.
But the school also emphasizes the importance of editing history and theory, ensuring that students know how, when and why to use the tools they have been taught. After all, editors who achieve success in the industry must understand the art of editing as well as which keys to press on a computer. The school’s Artists in Residence program hammers home this point by bringing editors to screen and discuss their work, sharing with students the lessons they’ve learned throughout their own careers.
Seasoned Back to the Future editor visits NYC’s top training destination; sheds light on the art of filmmaking for up-and-coming filmmakers and cinematographers
Manhattan Edit Workshop’s Six-Week Intensive Course in the art of editing plays host to the industry’s top filmmakers and editors; Emmy®-nominated editor and renowned author Bobbie O’Steen shares candid stories from the cutting room floor
Manhattan Edit Workshop proudly announces Suzy Elmiger, ACE, as our Artist In Residence for the November 2009 Six Week Intensive Workshop
Manhattan Edit Workshop welcomes Oscar nominated editor Andrew Mondshein, ACE, as the Artist in Residence for our March Six Week Intensive Workshop
Manhattan Edit Workshop is proud to welcome film editor John Gilroy as Artist in Residence for our upcoming September Six Week Art of Editing Intensive.
On a chilly evening this past Februrary, the Motion Picture Editors Guild and training center Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEW) present an evening with noted independent film editor Curtiss Clayton.
As part of MEWShop’s signature Six Week Art of Editing course, award winning editors act as Artist in Residence – where they curate a selection of films to be viewed and analyzed throughout the workshop and offer insight and advice about the editing profession. Each six week program then closes with an invitation only discussion, about their craft and body of work. “This one night only event is the most popular events we do”, says Josh Apter, “The audience varies, from novices to seasoned post production veterans. And without fail, we end up turning people away at the door.”
Manhattan Edit Workshop was proud to have Stephen Rotter as Artist in Residence for its latest Six Week Course.
Manhattan Edit Workshop is proud to welcome Curtiss Clayton as the Six Week Intensive's first Artist in Residence of 2008.
Recently, Manhattan Edit Workshop was honored to present Academy Award winning editor and ACE President Alan Heim to a packed house of colleagues, cutters and film buffs at the Helen Mills Theater in Chelsea
On a wintry Thursday evening in late February, Carol Littleton, ACE spoke to a crowd of more than 50 filmmakers at the New York Editors Guild office. In her presentation, the then Artist-in-Residence at the Manhattan Edit Workshop--who is a former President of the Guild and currently the organization's Vice President--described techniques of creating character and thematic introductions in her films.
I was fortunate to have met Jim a few years ago, when he joined Manhattan Edit Workshop’s Six Week class as Artist in Residence. Over the months that followed, I was treated to his truly unique perspective on creating art.