The Editing program is designed around the aesthetic, technical, and collaborative aspects of post-production with the primary focus on storytelling. Fellows develop the skills to be editors, assistant editors and post-production producers while collaborating with other team members.
The Sony Digital Arts Center is an Avid based state-of-the-art post-production facility.
During the first year, editors work on six narrative digital projects — with instruction including not only picture and visual effects editing but also the aesthetics of sound design — as they create and mix sound with Pro Tools audio workstations.
Second-year editing Fellows collaborate on two film or high-definition digital projects, taking them through a complete post-production process, replicating a studio or independent production and developing professional relationships with outside vendors.
First Year Curriculum
- PRN 510: Introduction to Cycle Production – Boot Camp
- PRN 511: Cycle Production I
- PRN 512: Cycle Production II & III
- PRN 521 & 522: Narrative Workshop and Analysis
- EDT 511 & 512: Editing Workshop
- EDT 521 & 522: The Art and Craft of Editing/Dramatic Analysis
- CON 511 & 512: Master Seminars
- CON 521 & 522: American Approaches to Film
- Year One Portfolio Review
Second Year Curriculum
- PRN 610: Thesis Production – Editing
- EDT 611 & 612: Advanced Editing Workshop
- EDT 621 & 622: Advanced Art & Craft of Editing
- EDT 670: Internship Practicum
- EDT 690: Thesis Portfolio – Editing
- CON 621 & 622: World Approaches to Film
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