AND THE HOW
ONLINE • 2 HOURS • $45
EDITING MEETS ACTING: THE WHAT & THE HOW
WHAT ACTORS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT EDITING
HOW TO BRING THAT TO YOUR
LIVE Q & A
Jordan Goldman, A.C.E. has worked for nearly 20 years in Hollywood’s TV and film industry.
A coveted editor for top-notch cable dramas, he has cut over 70 episodes of television, including seasons of “Sons of Anarchy,” “24: Live Another Day,” “Terriers” and landmarks like the finale of “The Shield and the pilot of “Homeland.”
His work has earned him an Emmy and an American Cinema Editors Eddie.
Goldman earned his BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. He is a member of the Editor’s Guild, the American Cinema Editors, the Television Academy and the Directors Guild of America.
Tim Phillips is a master on-camera audition teacher and coach with 40 yrs experience working between NYC and LA.
Trained in the Sanford Meisner approach for stage, Tim expanded on that foundation in order to meet the specific requirements for auditioning for film and television. He created a process he calls Sherlock Holmesing The Text, a technique designed to allow every actor immediate access to universal, inherently human, and unavoidable acting in a short amount of time while also honoring the integrity of the text and what the camera needs to see.
Tim has accomplished more than 50,000 coaching sessions and ignited the careers of incredible actors, including Emmy award winner Richard Schiff, Golden Globe nominee Wendy Malick, Robert Wisdom, Bruce Nozick. Former student Nicholas Braun was just nominated for an Emmy.
70% of his students book their next audition.
You'll learn: why the work you do as an actor is critical, what you have control over, what you don't have control over, and how to know the difference.
Jordan shows you WHAT you need to do to avoid the cutting room floor, and Tim shows you HOW to do it, before and during the job.
Moderator (and actor) James DuMont is a great interviewer and will keep the questions coming fast and furious. He'll also keep an eye on what you put into the chat, so get 'em in while you can.
We'll save a 15 wrap-up session at the end for direct questions and conversation.
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