Our innovative Art of Editing program gives students the chance to learn by working on real films currently in post-production. Our teachers are some of the the top editors in the business. And what really sets us apart is the success of our graduates. Their work has gone on to win recognition at Sundance, the Emmys, and even the Oscars. For aspiring editors, as well as directors or producers who want to edit their own projects, this is a course like no other.
Editor, Chris Rock's Top Five; Marielle Heller's upcoming film Can You Ever Forgive Me?; The Daytrippers; Adventureland; Kenneth Lonergan's You Can Count On Me; and Margaret. Other credits include "Nurse Jackie"; "Damages"; the pilot for award-winning series "The Newsroom"; "Younger"; and most recently HBO's "Succession".
Editor, Golden Globe-winning series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"; HBO’s "The Deuce"; the 6-part miniseries "Show Me A Hero"; the pilot for the series "Treme" (ACE Award 2011); and all five seasons of "The Wire" (ACE Award 2006). Other television series include both HBO’s "Vinyl", executive produced by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Terence Winter, and five seasons of "Boardwalk Empire".
Editor, Margin Call (2012 Oscar Nominee, Best Screenplay), starring Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons; The Gambler, starring Mark Wahlberg; All Is Lost starring Robert Redford; and Sympathy for Delicious, the directorial debut of Mark Ruffalo, which played at Sundance in 2010.
Editor and co-writer, Inside Job, 2011 Academy Award winner for Best Documentary; No End in Sight (2009 Oscar Nominee, Best Documentary), Alex Gibney's Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream, and Page One: Inside the New York Times, which was nominated for two Emmys (including Best Editing) in 2012.
Editor and co-writer, Inside Job, 2011 Academy Award winner for Best Documentary; editor, writer, and senior producer of Showtime’s Emmy-award-winning documentary series Years of Living Dangerously; editor and co-producer of the The Recruiter (HBO), which won a Columbia duPont award for excellence in broadcast journalism in 2010.
Editor, Ira Sachs' Little Men, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival; One More Time, starring Christopher Walken and Amber Heard; Todd Solondz’s Palindromes; We’ll Never Have Paris, which premiered at 2014’s South by Southwest Film Festival; The Art of Getting By, which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival; and most recently Like Father, starring Kristen Bell, Kelsey Grammer, and Seth Rogan for Netflix.
Editor, Beasts of the Southern Wild (2013 Oscar Nominee, Best Picture) and Winter’s Bone (2011 Oscar Nominee, Best Picture). Other credits include: HBO's "True Detective"; Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive; and Mildred Pierce, Todd Haynes’ acclaimed HBO mini series staring Kate Winslet that won two Primetime Emmys.
Editor, The Happy Sad; The Private Lives of Pippa Lee; The Ballad of Jack and Rose (Sundance 2005); and Personal Velocity, which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in 2002 and the John Cassavettes Award for Independent Filmmaking.
Editor, Emmy-winning series "Mad Men"; Netflix series "Marco Polo"; Showtime series "Nurse Jackie"; HBO’s "Treme"; and the pilot of "Damages". His feature credits include Down to the Bone, featuring Vera Farmiga, and Series 7, which played in competition at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival.
Editor, Garden State; Little Fockers; Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist; The Dukes of Hazzard. Additional editor on Hedwig and the Angry Inch.