Come join us for an exciting evening of talking tech. Audio Network will demo their new website functionality that will make the music search and project-building process easier. Learn about Audio Network’s high-quality music library and how it can help to enhance your production value. Attendees will also get a behind-the-scenes look at how Audio Network make and package their music as well as a crash course on music rights for different formats and media.
Academy Award-winner William Goldenberg, ACE heads this year’s lineup of celebrated artists, editors and filmmakers
New York, New York – April 7, 2015 – Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the cutting-edge authorized digital training destination for post-production and content creators, today announced their all-star list of guest speakers and panelists for its special one-day event, Sight, Sound & Story, held on June 13, 2015 at the NYIT Auditorium on Broadway at Columbus Circle. “Sight, Sound & Story is one of the few events that brings together the community to celebrate the art of visual storytelling. We feel this year is our strongest, most diverse yet - we’ll explore the vital role of Visual Effects in cinema, the inner-workings of groundbreaking documentaries, compelling work from television’s golden age, and to close this year’s show, a look at William Goldenberg, ACE’s acclaimed career including The Imitation Game, Zero Dark Thirty, and the Oscar winning Argo,” says Josh Apter, owner of Manhattan Edit Workshop. "Our mission each year is to entertain, educate and provide our audience with unprecedented access and insight from the best in the business."
Manhattan Edit Workshop's Day for Learning.
As a young filmmaker and editor, I was very excited to be attending Manhattan Edit Workshop’s Sight, Sound & Story conference that took place right off of Madison Avenue in New York City recently. On my way to the event, I passed men in slick suits walking into shiny buildings, evoking thoughts of my favorite show, Mad Men.
A not very wise man once reflected that the strongest examples of film editing are the sequences where you don’t notice it. Day-long seminars such as “Sight, Sound & Story,” which took place last Saturday at the Florence Gould Hall in Manhattan, seek to pull back the curtain on the constantly evolving digital tools and techniques in need of demystification. Structured around a series of topical, industry-specific interests, the panels I attended approached the craft (and the difficulties of perfecting it) from a myriad of vantage points, none the least being narrative structure, the identification of theme and post-production sound design. Speaking to a house compromised primarily of similarly minded film craftsman, the panelists dug out their own portfolios to provide concise case studies.
Academy Award®-winning editor Michael Kahn, ACE, joins Bobbie O’Steen to discuss his illustrious filmmaking career in the premier panel, sponsored by HP and Intel®
Celebrated visual effects artists Rob Legato and Mark Russell headline MEWshop’s next installment of the popular speaker series, to be held on November 21st
Read ProductionHUB's review of Sight, Sound & Story 2013!
Nathan Wadding, Director of Post Production for Mind Over Media, will discuss how implementing an asset management and tiered storage infrastructure helped Mind Over Media not only better manage projects and media, but allowed them to scale their business by offering clients new and far more efficient media services. Nathan will share his experience building a tapeless infrastructure and the pain points of using and migrating from a legacy SAN infrastructure to an agile tapeless infrastructure. He will cover everything from the internal changes they undertook to take full advantage of new technology and workflows to the bottom-line benefits for account directors, producers, editors, assistant editors, and engineers.
Read about Manhattan Edit Workshop's 2013 Sight, Sound & Story Event!
Visit Us at Digital Video Expo East!
We're exhibiting at DV Expo East, June 19, 2013 at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W. 18th Street, NYC. You're invited to be our guest at the Expo with a free exhibit hall pass (a $25 value). Register below for free!
Manhattan Edit Workshop, the authorized digital training destination, in cooperation with The Foundry, present a FREE demo on NUKE, tolls that advance the art of digital compositing.
Read about our upcoming Inside the Cutting Room event featuring editor Stephen Rotter.
Read Dan Ochiva's article on our Inside the Cutting Room event featuring Editor Andrew Weisblum, ACE!
Read about our Autodesk Smoke demonstration!