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Manhattan Edit Workshop Alumni Land Topnotch Filmmaking and Editing Industry Positions

Six-week students take to the streets with concrete skills and a savvy approach to editing: From NBC Universal and BET to feature films, MEWShop alumni find great success in editing world

Mewshop helps editors perfect their craft - Post Magazine

Located in the digital media and entertainment destination of the world, Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop) is open to aspiring and seasoned post production professionals and content creators looking to jump-start or perfect their craft. Combining both the artistic and technical aspects of the discipline, MEWShop (www.mewshop.com) is dedicated to uncovering students’ creative potentials and giving them a strong foundation in the art of editing. Their motto: “Less Starving. More Artist.”

Q & A With MEWShop Owner Josh Apter - Production Hub

Hands-on, instructor-led certified training classes are the most efficient way to learn editing. I was a self-taught Avid and FCP editor for years and felt very comfortable with the machinery. It wasn't until I finally took my certified training to become an instructor that I saw what I was missing! I was shocked at the huge gaps in my knowledge. I'm a faster and better editor for having learned the software in a certified training environment, and I've seen the same results in countless MEW Shop students. 

Manhattan Edit Worforce: Connecting Students with Employers - Apple.com Profile

"Less starving, more artist" is the tagline for Manhattan Edit Workshop's Six-week Intensive course in the art and technique of editing.  Manhattan Edit Workshop or MEWShop as they are known, is an Apple Authorized Training Center (AATC) located in New York City.  Their signature Six-week Intensive program serves as a comprehensive jump-start for students who are serious about launching a career in post production. 

Manhattan Edit Workforce Launches

MEWShop is constantly looking for new ways to connect students and employers. To this end, we‘re launching a new program. We call it Manhattan Edit Workforce.