THE ART OF EDITING - Workshop
WEDNESDAY - DECEMBER 14 - 6:00PM - 8:00PM / 3167 WAIALAE AVE.
Entrance is FREE for HFC members (HFC membership required to attend the workshop)
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THE ART OF EDITING:
In this seminar-style workshop presented by Tom Galli, we will screen several clips (probably repeatedly) then critique, discuss, marvel at, deride, and otherwise dissect them for content and structure. We'll pay particular attention to looking for links between structure and effect. Did that scene scare you? Can you articulate why or why not? If you can understand why a technique is, or is not, effective, then you can begin to apply that knowledge in your own productions. The works of famous theorists like Murch, Dmytryk, and Kuleshov will almost certainly not be discussed.
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Tom Galli hails from Louisiana and is no stranger to the pleasures of boiled crawfish, fried alligator, and roasted rattlesnake. His exposure to optical imaging began when he first started carrying heavy bags for his father, a professional photographer and physicist. After growing up in a world of lenses, strobes, and f-stops, Tom made a failed attempt to escape into the world of computer science before finally acknowledging the path Fate had chosen and pursuing first a Bachelor’s degree in Radio/Television/Film, then a Master’s degree in Communication.
Tom worked professionally doing television production for Time Warner Cable in Louisiana from 1993 through 1997, then abandoned the Deep South and followed his wife to Hawaii. After freelancing around the island for a couple of years, he decided to settle down, taking over the training department for Olelo Community Television while also teaching evening and weekend classes for Chaminade University’s AUP program. In 2003, Tom moved to Chaminade as a full-time instructor, where he teaches classes in video production, oversees the online radio station, and supervises the Communication Department’s computer lab and inventory of cameras, both still and video. He has conducted an editing class for the Academy for Creative Media at UH Manoa and done workshops on Adobe Premiere for Pacific New Media, a part of the UH Outreach College.
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