What I love about these videos from the Manhattan Edit Workshop, is that not only do I get to hear from some of the film industry’s top editors, sound designers and visual effects artists, but that I can learn from them as they show how they handle the inherent creative challenges that every film project contains. And regardless of the scale of the budget, making sure what worked in the script works on screen, or overcoming production audio problems or even massaging the footage there is, to make a scene work is the same challenge the world over.
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.
Read Post Magazine's write-up on Manhattan Edit Workhop.
New York — Red Car in New York has added editor Michael Sullivan to its team. Most recently at Gramercy Park, he brings a range of editorial experience to Red Car as well as a resume that includes audio mixing and recording and sound design. The signing was announced by Managing Director and EP Scott Spanjich. Sullivan joins an editorial roster at the company that includes Deirdre Bell, Charlie Cusumano, Greg Letson and Keith Olwell.
Bobbie O'Steen Discusses Edits that made American Cinema Classics.