|Location||1200 G Street, NW, Suite 400
|Details||The “Missing” Editing Class
Have some software skills, but not enough technique? Faced with a bunch of footage (or not enough), but unsure of the best way to craft the story in the edit suite?
From Sergei Eisenstein to Walter Murch to freelance editing here in DC...
Tanya Spann Roche, an award-winning Avid and Final Cut Studio editor/producer with over 20 years of editing experience, is offering a two-day training seminar on video editing aesthetics. For folks who
know what buttons to push on editing software but are longing to know more about when and why to edit shots together, come join us for the “missing” class in video editing.
Focused on film and editing theory and aesthetics, you'll learn editing strategies usually only taught in a university program, plus we’ll go beyond the "Hollywood" role of an editor to cover real-world
visual storytelling in today's post-production workflow. We’ll discuss continuity editing, eye trace, the Rule of 6 and the importance of transitions, as well as view examples illustrating
editing theory from early montage, classical Hollywood and avant-garde up through modern documentary and non-fiction video production.
Feel free to bring your laptop and software of choice for any specific questions--this is mainly a lecture/discussion seminar so it doesn't matter what platform you prefer to edit with.
Tanya Spann Roche has a BA in film theory from UF and an MFA in film and video production from FSU. After working in post-production at
Nickelodeon Studios Florida and running the US Department of Justice Multimedia Section, she created Think Speak Act, LLC, a “green” video
production company, with her husband Mike, a video/audio engineer. Ms. Roche edits regularly for two PBS shows, including the Emmy-nominated “My Generation,” as well as “Your Life Calling with
Jane Pauley” on the Today Show, numerous PR firms, non-profits, government agencies and more. Her work has been honored with Telly
Awards, CINE Awards, and at the TIVA-DC PEER Awards. Ms. Roche has also served as adjunct faculty at both American University and the
George Washington University Documentary Center.
The "Missing" Editing Class
Two-day Seminar, $375
Saturday September 8, 2012, and Sunday September 9, 2012
9:30 am to 5:30 pm
1200 G Street, NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20005
(Metro accessible--located across from Metro Center's 12th St exit)
Please call 703-597-7979 or email email@example.com to sign up.
Payment by check or credit card accepted. Space is limited, and advance registration is required.
|RSVP||703-597-7979 or firstname.lastname@example.org|