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Course intake: Jan 2020
As well as introducing you to editing on AVID Media Composer, this course will also take you through the post production pipeline, from media ingest to delivery specs, and give an overview of the post production sector.
Will I be given material to edit?
You will be provided with the AVID course material, which include books and media.
Will I have access to editing facilities?
Yes, there are a number of Mac editing rooms at LSBU, some of which are individual editing suites. You will have access to any of these throughout the duration of the course.
All editing stations have Premiere and AVID Media Composer installed.
Will I have to buy any books?
The core books for the AVID practical classes will be provided. Most of the other resources will be provided.
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The University is in easy walking distance of underground and leading overground stations. We are only 20 minutes away from the Thames. We encourage walking and cycling and have bicycle racks on campus. Please check the Transport for London cycling website for London cycling maps and route planners.
LSBU is very well connected, and a large number of buses travel to and connect in the Elephant and Castle area from across London.
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The Bakerloo and Northern lines stop at Elephant & Castle underground station, which is right next to campus. The closest rail stations are Elephant & Castle, London Waterloo and London Bridge. To plan your train journey, visit the National Rail website.
London South Bank University does not provide public parking space. There is a limited amount of parking in the area, so we strongly advise using public transport.
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Entry Level Requirements
- A relevant BA or a showreel of edited material
- We expect learners to have prior skills in editing and have experience of using non-linear editing software
Prepare to start
You will be expected to practice and complete coursework independently. You may need access to AVID Media Composer at home, particularly if you are unable to use the college facilities during opening times. You will be able to purchase a license at a substantially discounted price once you have enrolled, though you should make sure that your personal computer has the appropriate system specifications.
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- Introduction to AVID Media Composer using MC101 and MC110 course materials (opportunity to take the AVID User Exam at the end of the semester)
- Working with different media formats
- Post-production workflows
- Cross department collaboration
- Introduction to delivery specifications for TV, cinema and streaming service
- Roles and responsibility of the editors across the industry
You will be introduced to the different post production roles available within the industry and their associated responsibilities, helping you develop a strategic and successful ongoing career.
Teaching and Assessment
The course will be taught by Stefania Marangoni and Ben Mallaby.
Stefania Marangoni is an editor and experimental filmmaker whose films have been screened in the UK, Europe and Taiwan. Her interest in practice-based film training has led her to managing a video lab at Goldsmiths, teaching editing on the MA at the London Film School and create editing workshops for a number of UK universities, as well as institutions in Italy and Jamaica. She has recently completed an MSc in Social and Cultural Anthropology at UCL, with a focus on documentary practice and storytelling.
Ben Mallaby is a BAFTA-nominated comedy director of commercials and short films for festivals and online. He has recently completed a six-part web series for BBC3 with Tiger Aspect called ‘Climaxed’. His films have been screened at the BFI London Film Festival and have won awards internationally.
Course Enquiries - UK
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