How does the editing of images and sound reveal the complexity of an experience? Through editing we will learn to manipulate time, space, sound and emotions to create a subjective experience we can share with the viewers. In this course you will work to develop skills in the craft of editing. This is a hands-on course, emphasizing non-linear editing using Premiere Pro CC. In addition to the technical aspects of editing, we will study the art and theory of the craft through screenings of a variety of works. We will explore various conventions and expressions in narrative, documentary and experimental forms. Over the course of the semester, you will begin to define your role as an editor, understand editing as a potential profession, and discover how it enriches your overall process as a storyteller.
At the conclusion of this course students should be able to:
V Renée (2016) 6 'Rules' for Good Cutting According to Oscar-Winning Editor Walter Murch. No Film School.
Your cell phone must be turned off during class. Points will be deducted from your attendance and participation grade if your phone rings, or if I notice you using your phone for any reason during class. This includes checking your email, chatting, or any other online activity while working on computers during lab.
A minimum of 4- 6 hours per week of work outside of class is required to successfully complete this class. In most cases, considerably more time is needed. It is your responsibility to manage your time with computer lab hours.
|Assignments & Assessments
|Participation and Lab
|Quizzes and Shot Analysis Lab
A "A" grade goes to work that demonstrates a thorough understanding of the craft and principles involved. It is creative, inspired, and engaging.
A "B" grade reflects a strong technical grasp and above average work.
A "C" grade indicates that work is satisfactory and meets basic requirements.