This class concentrates on the editing process. Students will re-edit samples from narrative and documentary films and analyze the results. We will also critique ongoing edits of your own thesis films. Guest speakers will come to talk about rough-and find-cut editing, sound design, and sound mixing. Editing is about shaping the story through image, dialogue, additional sound and music. No matter how well (or badly) a film is directed and shot, its final result depends profoundly on the artfulness of its editing. This course will give you a better understanding of how many ways there are to approach and solve the puzzle of editing a film.

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
Open to VIS Certificate and Program 2 Concentrators only AND/OR MUST have completed two film production courses from among the following: VIS 261, 262, 263, 264, VIS 362, VIS 438, VIS 462. For enrollment; please contact Su Friedrich at sufried@princeton.edu.

Faculty

Sections

S01

Mondays, 7:30 - 9:40 pm

Instructor(s)

Su Friedrich

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