Sidemen: Long Road To Glory, edited by TEC alum Bo Mehrad, will have it's theatrical release on August 18th at Sunshine Cinema in NYC, with additional screenings across the country through September.
Variety says, “Sidemen is an exceptionally entertaining and captivating tribute to the men and their music."
You can read the full review here.
Information on showtimes and screenings can be found here.
Home Truth, edited by TEC alum Becky Laks, will have screenings on June 11th and 12th in NYC.
"Shot over the course of nine years, Home Truth chronicles one family’s incredible pursuit of justice, shedding light on how our society responds to domestic violence and how the trauma from domestic violence can linger through generations."
You can find out more about the film and showtimes here.
We're happy to share that this year two TEC Alumni documentary projects won Peabody Awards!
Mavis! | Edited by Amy Foote and Produced by Rachel Mills
Zero Days | Co-edited by Hannah Vanderlan
You can learn more about these films and the rest of the winners here.
Three TEC alumni films, one class film, and one alumni short will be at this year's BAMcinemafest!
The Incredible Jessica James, co-edited by Mollie Goldstein with post production assistance from alums Pisie Hochheim and Rachel Lazar, will be playing on Friday, June 16th. You can read more about the film and get ticket information here.
Walking Out, edited by Michael Taylor, will be playing on Tuesday, June 20th. You can read more about the film and get ticket information here.
The Work, edited by Amy Foote, will be playing Saturday, June 24th. You can read more about the film and get ticket information here.
Golden Exits, the June 2016 narrative class film, will be closing the festival on Saturday, June 24th. TEC Alums Theresa McDermott and Brian Young served as associate editors and JiYe Kim, Kate McLane, and Lee Rossoff as assistant editors. You can read more about the film and get ticket information here.
All Good Things, edited by Marina Katz, will be playing in the shorts program on Sunday, June 18th. You can read more about the short and get ticket information here.
We are thrilled to announce that Keith Fraase will be teaching the narrative section of our June/July 2017 Six-Week class!
Keith Fraase began his editing career in Austin, TX, collaborating alongside director Terrence Malick as Artistic Consultant on Malick’s 2011 Palme d’Or winner The Tree of Life, then as lead editor for Malick’s next four films To The Wonder, Knight of Cups, and Song to Song, as well as the IMAX documentary, Voyage of Time. Keith has two films releasing later this year: Long Strange Trip, the acclaimed 4-hour documentary chronicle of the band The Grateful Dead, directed by Amir Bar-Lev and produced by Martin Scorsese; and Chappaquddick, a narrative film based on the life of Ted Kennedy, directed by John Curran.
Moko Jumbie, July/August 2015 six-week class film has been selected for the World Fiction Competition at this year's LA Film Festival!
Moko Jumbie – TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO / USA (DIRECTOR/WRITER Vashti Anderson PRODUCERS Vashti Anderson, Shlomo Godder, Maite Artieda, Richard Kim, Patricia Ramdeen CAST Vanna Vee Girod, Jeremy Thomas, Dino Maharaj) – A young woman visiting her family’s coconut plantation in Trinidad falls for a fisherman despite political turmoil, mysterious hauntings from ancestral spirits and her family’s disapproval. World Premiere
See the festival's full competition program line up here.
We are very excited to announce that Mary Manhardt will be teaching the documentary section of our June/July 2017 Six-Week class!
Mary Manhardt is a documentary film editor and consultant, specializing in verite. Her work has screened at festivals including Sundance, the New York Film Festival, Hot Docs, SXSW, Tribeca and IDFA, and appeared on HBO, PBS, MTV and ABC and Netflix. Among her credits: The Farm; The Execution of Wanda Jean; Girlhood; Farmingville; Street Fight; American Teen; Racing Dreams; Monica & David; Wham! Bam! Islam!; A Son's Sacrifice; Bronx Princess; Camp Victory, Afghanistan; Pelotero; American Promise; Medora; The Babushkas of Chernobyl and Tig. She co-edited and consulted on "Making a Murderer", the 10 part doc series for Netflix, which won 4 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Mary won an Emmy in 1999 for Picture Editing for The Farm, and was nominated again in 2015 for American Promise.