Introduction to Editing Aesthetics with Sabrina Nelson
Introduction to Editing Aesthetics is a lecture class, focusing on the basics of editing for story. We will look at Five Methods for Establishing Visual Continuity, Intellectual and Metric Montage Theories, and Sound for Continuity. Film clips from theatrical motion pictures that illustrate visual continuity, editing aesthetics and story development will be reviewed.
No software/hardware required for class.
In Addition to this Class:
1. Final Cut Pro Instruction and Consulting, to be coordinated with Sabrina directly (firstname.lastname@example.org). $40/hour with a 4 hour minimum. Two students may come at a time. Students must supply their own computer and Final Cut Pro, version 6.
2. Pointers on your Scary Cow Film being screened October 4th, to be coordinated with Sabrina directly (email@example.com). Please bring your rough cut (no longer than 10 minutes) on a DVD or as a QuickTime movie (something portable and easy to play on a Mac laptop) and each individual meeting will last no longer than 30 minutes.
Sabrina Nelson is a professional editor and educator. She has been working in television since 1990 on everything from documentaries to narratives to sports. Her credits include work with Continental Cablevision, CSPAN, Sportschannel America, BattleBots and Meets The Eye Films. Sabrina teaches at The Academy of Art University. Sabrina has taught editing aesthetics at Bay Area Video Coalition, and production and editing at dvGarage. Sabrina holds a BA in Media Studies from New College of California, and a Masters in Multimedia from Cal State East Bay. Sabrina spent the summer of 2008 in Central Europe where she shot a documentary on puzzle makers, and is now in post production. Other recent projects: Oakland Holiday Parade, Behind the Scenes. http://blip.tv/file/527399 and http://blip.tv/file/527048.
Thursday, Sept 10th
533 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA
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