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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 11:07PM   |  2 comments
feature film editing

Want to know the ins and outs of feature film editing? 

Want to learn the behind-the-scenes techniques of editors?

Then you do not want to miss this Special FLEFF workshop, Feature Film Editing, with Tom Swartwout. 

Feature Film Editing Workshop
Saturday, April 16, at noon at Cinemapolis.

Admission charged, or use your FLEFF pass. 
All proceeds go to support Cinemapolis, Ithaca's nonprofit art cinema.

About Tom Swartwout

Tom Swartwout is a film editor who has worked with the director Sidney Lumet since 1995.   With Lumet he edited five movies and two season's of the television series "100 Centre Street." Their most recent collaboration was “Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead.” 

In addition to his work on feature films and television shows, he has edited documentaries, commercials, and music videos for various networks including HBO, PBS, The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, and The CBC. He has just finished work on a series of films with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology about the Mississippi River Delta and the efforts to restore the Delta’s wetlands.

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2 Comments

I'm extremely excited for this event and would not miss it for anything! I think it's such an honor for a Hollywood film editor to come to FLEFF and provide an editing workshop. As a film student interested in editing, I couldn't imagine not taking advantage of this opportunity! What's better than a professional editor giving students tips?

This is so exciting! I can't wait to go to this event. Editing is an amazing art that is so often overlooked--it is often said that the better you edit, the less you notice it. Of course, there are exceptions when talking about avant garde styles of cinema that utilize jump cuts and things like that, but most editing for feature length narratives is in the invisible style. It will be great to hear from a real professional how it is all done. Looking forward to this!



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