Taught by professionals working in the industry. Get the hands-on skills you need to get hired as an Assistant Editor in film and television.
(Burbank, CA--October 16, 2018) The Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp founded by Noah Chamow (The Voice) and Conor Burke (America’s Got Talent) has two classes coming up this weekend, October 20th and 21st. Both classes will be available for students in person and online as a live webinar.
Assistant Editing for Scripted Television is a class designed to teach beginner to intermediate Assistant Editors about scripted television workflows including paperwork, dailies, temp sound and music, and basic VFX editing. This all-day class is being lead by working Assistant Editor Emily Streetz(Netflix’s Lost In Space, Bridesmaids)
Premiere Pro for Features and Commercials is taught by Matt Latham, (Victor Crowley) and is for those who are interested in making the most of Adobe’s NLE for use on feature films, short films, and commercials. This class will show how to customize the editorial experience, organize projects, handle all kinds of footage, create polished effects, and instantly integrate with the rest of the Adobe suite via Dynamic Linking.
Students who signup for the online webinars will be able to access class videos for 48 hours after the presentation.
Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp was founded by film and television Assistant Editors Noah Chamow and Conor Burke. Both are passionate about education and saw the need for a hands on program that focused on teaching practical skills the average assistant editor uses day in and day out including but not limited to ingesting, syncing, multi-grouping, and outputting cuts for review and approval.