Edit and transfer projects using a video program that integrates well in an Adobe software environment

photo by Mark Dawson

Understanding the editor's job of combining pictures, words, and audio into a cohesive and engaging body of work is essential for all filmmakers. Adobe’s Premiere has become the preferred software choice for many professional editors.

Topics include understanding the interface; importing and managing media, building and fine tuning the rough cut, working with sound, working with titles, the basics of color correction, and exporting and sharing your projects.

This course is designed for students with little to no editing experience. We will start with the basics and build from there. It is also good for self-taught editors who would like to break their bad habits.

Winter/Spring lodging and meal package available for $475. Includes breakfast and lunch Monday – Friday. Dinner services are not available during our Winter/Spring session. Meal plan (mandatory) without lodging $125.


Paul Murphy

Paul Murphy is a film editor and motion graphics designer based in New York. He has have worked on a wide range of projects, including feature films, broadcast TV, commercials, music videos and stereoscopic 3D.

He recently edited the feature documentary 'Red Obsession’, narrated by Russell Crowe, which screened at Berlin, Tribeca and Sydney Film Festivals and won the AACTA award for best documentary in 2013.

With over 12 years experience editing with Premiere Pro, Paul is a member of the Adobe Community Professionals, a program of users who share their product expertise with the world-wide Adobe community. He also consults for productions and networks who have made the move to Premiere.

Paul is currently editing his next feature, Foreigners, a drama set in the boxing world of Manila.


Course Dates

Feb 22 to Feb 28




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