You might be fresh out of film school, a self-taught amateur, or you may even have landed your very first job. Whatever your situation, becoming an assistant editor is the key to unlocking your future career as an editor of feature films. You know lots of about film editing techniques, but there’s something that you’re lacking: Practical professional knowledge.
Master the Workflow will teach you the real business of being the best assistant editor possible.
Whatever stage you’re at, Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0 is a first-of-its-kind course that reveals the skills you need to master the workflow of an editing room, and empowers you to work as an assistant editor on films of any size.
Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0 harnesses the wealth of experience amassed on the editing front line by course developers, Lawrence Jordan, ACE, and Richard Sanchez.
Larry & Richard offers a wealth of knowledge, which up to this point could only be learned by working in an actual feature cutting room.
They share their wisdom, experience and insider knowledge along with practical advice, handy tips and secrets of the trade.
Together, Lawrence and Richard have completed over 60 features and television shows for every major motion picture studio and network.
They have worked on projects from tiny indies to huge budget features. They created Master the Workflow to share their experiences and teach future editors all the tricks of the trade.
Taking individuals through the entire post-production process, in a real-world scenario, Master the Workflow teaches precisely what goes into the job and how to be the best assistant editor possible. From pre-production meetings and paperwork, to cutting room set-up, logging dailies and stock shots, and organizing ADR, music and sound FX, no details are left out.
Film students & recent graduates
Aspiring Film Makers & New Assistant Editors
Experienced assistant editors looking for workflow tips
Indie filmmakers looking to master the most effective editing and post production workflow
Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0 was developed by working Hollywood professionals. Lawrence Jordan and Richard Sanchez to teach everything they have learned from their considerable real-world cutting room experience.
Lawrence Jordan, ACE
Lawrence Jordan, ACE, is a veteran feature film and television editor who has worked with the world’s largest entertainment companies on over 45 feature films and television shows. He recently completed the Netflix feature, Naked starring Marlon Wayans and Regina Hall.
The course is delivered by Richard Sanchez an assistant editor on shows such as Suicide Squad, Table 19, The Good Place, UFO Hunters, and the new Netflix film, Naked.
Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0 takes you behind the scenes and pulls back the curtain on the skills you need to master to the tools of the trade.
Through 6 modules, 13 hours of core course material, and more than 30 individual lessons, the course takes students through the entire feature film editorial process. From pre-production to final delivery.
“The codebook section alone was worth the price for the tutorial for me. That’s the kind of stuff I just couldn’t learn on my own. Self-confidence level skyrocketing with every chapter!”
Krisztian M. Founding Member
“This course has been so informative. You have done an excellent job distilling the information down in a clear and concise way. Between this and shadowing my friend recently I feel ready for my first real substantial scripted show.”
Aleigh L. Founding Member
“Just finished up Module 5 (Editorial). Along with all the wonderful technical education from all the lessons, the editing room diplomacy lesson in this module was really good and vital. Working habits and attitudes generally determine what keeps an assistant editor in the job or not and it’s super important to have the correct attitude and habits as specified in this lesson. Thanks so much for a fantastic job guys!”
Sevan M. Founding Member
This product is near identical to what a working assistant editor would receive on a scripted television or feature film. The script and ability to practice scripting makes this product as comprehensive as it can possibly be. It includes:
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Q: What does an assistant editor do?
A: Assistant editors are the people that deal with every aspect of a production through the major stages: production, editing and finishing. The assistant editor will get to know every single frame of the film: every performance, every sound, visual effect, and every music cue. They are the unsung heroes of the cutting room and at Master the Workflow, we train you to be a feature film assistant editor at the highest level.
Q: Can’t I just learn on the job?
A: Of course you can learn on the job. The journey of an assistant editor is one of constantly learning and improving your own workflow. But the demands of the job spin at a ferocious pace. Speed, accuracy and efficiency are the key words.
That said, it can be very hard to land your first job, especially if you are unfamiliar with the concepts and intricacies of the cutting room. This course will provide valuable insight to allow you to approach an interview with familiarity and insight. Enrolling in our course mean you can learn the ropes at your own pace, and in a low-stakes environment.
Q: There are loads of certification classes out there, what makes this one different?
A: Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0 was developed and created by working Hollywood professionals. It teaches the tasks, processes, and skills you need to know in order to survive in this incredibly competitive environment. The course doesn’t just teach you how to operate a piece of software, it takes you step by step through each phase of post-production and gives you a detailed, hands-on, in the trenches understanding of the assistant editor’s role in that process. There is no shortage of classes offered on how to use the stalwart of the editing business: Avid. Film schools and many other training facilities deliver an abundance of Avid certified courses. What these classes don’t teach you, is where Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0 really stands out.
Q: How is the course delivered?
A: The course is presented by Richard Sanchez and delivered via our website in pre-recorded HD video tutorials. Downloadable transcripts, slide decks (for relevant lessons), and audio mp3 files for every lesson are included.
Q: What about other students?
A: Lessons are taken on an independent, individual study basis but there are opportunities to connect with other students via the private members-only Facebook group.
Q: Is there a time limit?
A: No, you will have unlimited, lifetime access to the course once you have purchased it.
Q: What help will I get?
A: Students can ask questions on the private Facebook group and additional support can be requested by email.
Q: What do I need to get the most out of the course?
A: Students will need a computer, mobile phone, or tablet with an Internet connection to access the course. You will get the most out of the course if you have a copy of Avid Media Composer installed on your computer. If you don’t have the full version, the free version: Media Composer First, is available for download from Avid.
In order to use The Digital Codebook, you will need to have a copy of FileMaker Pro installed on your system. Please note, FileMaker Pro is not included as part of the course.
Q: What happens after the course?
A: Students have access to continuing support and networking opportunities from fellow course alumni via the private Facebook group.
Q: How do I pay?
A: Payment is made via the secure website. Students can sign up for a payment plan or can lower the cost by paying in full upon registration. At this time, Master the Workflow accepts Visa and MasterCard.
Q: Do you offer any reduced rates?
A: We hold specials at various times throughout the year. We also have giveaways periodically with our various partners including the American Cinema Editors, Motion Picture Editors Guild, and Blue Collar Post Collective.
Q: I can’t log in to my account
A: If you can’t log into your account, we first suggest you request a new password. If that doesn’t work please send us an email at: email@example.com with the email address you registered under.
Q: I have another question; how do I get in touch?
A: You can always reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Four Payments of $297
One Payment of $997 (Most Popular)