Important Notice:

  • Students may only take a maximum of 8 units.
  • Certain browsers may not work well with our application. Please follow the directions below before filling out the application.
    • Use Desktop/Laptop Computer
    • Use either Firefox or Chrome as the browser.
    • Make sure that it is the most updated version.
    • Clear all Cookies and browsing history.

Editing for Cinematic Storytelling

Units: 2
Student Level: All

Jun 24 - Aug 2   - Unavailable
In-Person (Ages 16+)
Schedule: Mon/Wed 9:00am - 11:50pm
Max. Seats: 18
Faculty: Bartholomew Burcham

Related Courses

You may also enjoy one of the following courses:

About the Class

Motion Picture Editors are storytellers, but unlike writers who use text, editors use visual images, dialogue, sound, special effects, and music to stir the audience’s emotions.

Editing for Cinematic Storytelling is an in-depth theoretical course that analyzes and deconstructs the elements of creatively manipulating visual images through various editing practices. Students will be asked to think critically about the “why’s” and “how’s” of the edit that shapes the final narrative.

Course Objectives

Students will take away from this course a comprehensive familiarity and ability to identify with:

  • A deep understanding of the art form of editing and the editor’s role and relationships in the filmmaking process.
  • The elements, tools, and techniques an editor utilizes.
  • How, when, and why to use the techniques
  • The editorial process's impact on the success of the film, TV show, or any form of visual media.
  • Overviews of multiple editorial philosophies

Important Information

NO actual editing will be done in this course.

Additional Information

  • All dates and times are subject to change.
  • Additional tutorials are taught outside scheduled class hours.

INSTRUCTOR(S): Bart Burcham