MEWShop is excited to announce that Oscar-nominated editor Robert Eisenhardt, ACE, will join our March/April 2019 Six Week Intensive.
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.
Award-Winning and Acclaimed Documentary, TV and Feature Film Cinematographers Discuss their Careers and Go Behind-the-Scenes with Nearly 300 Attendees
New York, NY - December 7, 2017, – Manhattan Edit Workshop, the east coast leader in training for content creators, held its annual “Sight, Sound & Story: The Art of Cinematography” symposium on December 6th at the NYIT Auditorium on Broadway. Three panels featuring award-winning cinematographers discussed their craft, followed by a networking party attended by industry-leading sponsors, filmmakers, and creative production professionals.
Ross Shain of Imagineer Systems and Jeff Krebs of eyeon Software to give presentations and demos of mocha Pro and eyeon Fusion, respectively; attend the FREE demo night for a discount on the mocha Pro AE workshop on January 12, PLUS a chance to win a full seat of mocha Pro (value $1495) and a full seat of eyeon Connection/Fusion (value $2495)
As a continuation to the Day 1 recap of Manhattan Edit Workshop’s EditFest NY, Day 2 started off with The Documentary Edit: Non-Fiction vs. The Truth. Moderated by David Zieff, a panel of 4 documentary editors discussed their process of “writing with images”. Each started off sharing a scene from a film they edited, along with anecdotes from having worked on the film, and words of wisdom they had to share from their personal experience…
Manhattan Edit Workshop's (MEWShop) next Tech Talk Evening: 'Shared Storage and Media Workflow Platforms - What is Right for Your Post Facility' will be held on: Wednesday, March 28, 2012.
EditFest NY, the east coast version of American Cinema Editor’s successful EditFest series, (launched in June 2009 at The Director’s Guild Theater in Manhattan) is returning June 8 - 9, 2012. EditFest NY is presented by American Cinema Editors (ACE) and Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop). Over the course of the weekend, EditFest NY will present some of the best known and highly regarded east coast film editors who turned out to mingle, mentor, and present. Last year's event kicked off with an industry insider’s view of how to break into the editing business. The panel was followed by an opening night gala, a wall-to-wall party where panelists from every EditFest NY panel mingled with rapt attendees.
Whenever editors begin a film, they enter into completely new territory and must adjust to and understand the director's way of working and thinking. Editor Jay Rabinowitz, ACE, has traveled among a particularly diverse group of directors and has been able to immerse himself in their worlds - while showing the courage and ingenuity to surprise them,, which is what really sets and editor apart. All of this was in evidence when we discussed and screened some of Rabinowitz's work in December for my "Inside the Cutting Room" series, produced by ProductionCONN and Manhattan Edit Workshop.
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.
The accomplishments of an editor can be both mysterious and underappreciated, and nowhere is this more evident than among the editors at Pixar Studios. I discovered their special role in the animation process when I visited Ken Schretzmann at Pixar shortly after he won an Eddie for Best Edited Feature Film in Animation for Toy Story 3. He then became the focus of my panel at EditFest NY; and after all our discussions I now realize how fully Pixar uses the editor’s talents, one of many brilliant strategies that has led to the studio’s extraordinary success.
Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the cutting-edge authorized digital training destination, is pleased to announce the upcoming online availability of its most popular training courses for aspiring and professional editors, filmmakers, and cinematographers. In partnering with Class on Demand, the leading provider of professional educational products for creative markets, MEWShop is prepping to take its immersive, hands-on training to the next level.
This past June 10-11 saw the audtitorium of Manhattan's Directors Guild Theatre full of eager students, editors and other creatives who attended the 2011 American Cinema Editor's (ACE EditFest New York. Co-sponsored by digital training center Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the now-annual East Coast event is supported by the Motion Pictures Editors Guild, as well as post industry mainstays Avid, Adobe, AJA, Autodesk, Blackmagic Design and others.
Expert colorist and editor Patrick Inhofer to deliver 2.5 hour lecture on utilizing the DaVinci Resolve’s powerful color correction capabilities
Interviews with the industry’s hottest editors and filmmakers – Malcolm Jamieson (Down to the Bone/Treme), David Zieff (Metallica: Some Kind of Monster), Ken Schretzmann (Toy Story 3), Andrew Weisblum (Black Swan) and more.
ew York, New York - April 21, 2011- Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the cutting-edge authorized digital training destination, is pleased to present the Mac® development community with two new, in-demand iOS App development workshops. Exploring the fastest growing development trend in the industry, the new MEWShop Art of the App Workshops delve into the power of programming and development on the iOS platform.
MEWShop talks onsite training, red-hot Digital Cinema/DSLR workshops, the cutting-edge EditFest, and their six-week NYC destination program at post-production’s most talked-about event
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
For the first time, MPSE brings its wildly entertaining and enlightening seminars on film sound editing to New York City!! Join us as we explore the stunning sound design of Paramount Pictures’ blockbuster Shutter Island, directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
I just moderated my third panel for EditFest, and although this had only one panelist, it was enough for a feast, because that panelist was the very gifted and gracious Alan Heim. Alan chose to discuss and show clips from Star 80,director Bob Fosse’s final film, which was an unconventional decision. The film was vilified by the critics and audiences found the disturbing and sexually violent subject matter to be difficult viewing. Alan said, “I believe had it not been so well made, maybe it would have been unwatchable.” Fosse had this to say about the film: “The passion I had when I made it is no longer there, but I know it’s technically the best movie I’ve done. I felt completely in control of this story.”
I met one of my professional heroes today -- film editor Thelma Schoonmaker.
She was a guest panelist at EditFest NY this weekend. The seminar took place at the Director's Guild of America in Manhattan. What is EditFest? It's two days of information, education and networking with some of the best editors in the movie and television industry today. It's presented by American Cinema Editors(ACE) and Manhattan Edit Workshop.