Levels: Elective – 4 credits (Beginner, Intermediate)
The art of editing is critical to the storytelling process. The course covers pacing, continuity, and montage theory as well as the incorporation of sound and music into a story. Students learn the technical and theoretical aspects of editing through screenings, lectures, demonstrations and intensive, hands-on editing assignments.
Minimum enrollment of 5 students required.
Past student work: National Oz Museum, Produced by Fiona Chong and Chris Lehmann. 2015 winner of the Emmy Award (Boston-New England region) as Best Interstitial.