Master The Workflow Gives Insider Knowledge to Aspiring Film Professionals

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Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0 Debuts on January 15

For the first time ever, aspiring filmmakers, film school graduates, and individuals just starting out in the motion picture and television industry, will be offered the keys to unlocking the secret to professional success in the creative and challenging world of film editing with the debut of Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0, Master the Workflow's flagship online course, which will be available on January 15 at

Master the Workflow addresses one of the greatest needs faced by those lacking professional experience: practical knowledge. Created by veteran film editor, Lawrence Jordan, ACE, MPEG and assistant editor, Richard Sanchez, MPEG, Master the Workflow reveals the exact skills needed to make it in this extremely competitive and demanding, yet creative and rewarding profession.

Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0 is also ideal for experienced assistant editors looking to make the transition to features, as well as independent filmmakers. "This first of its kind course gives anyone access and insight to how things really work," said Jordan. "We teach the actual steps, tasks and processes that are used in the editing room -- plus the enormously important things they never teach you in film school. For example, knowing how to deal diplomatically with a producer desperate to make a release date or navigating around a sticky political situation can be a career saver."

Master the Workflow differentiates itself from all other programs by going beyond theory and textbooks, instead showing what goes on in an actual, real-world cutting room so students can truly "master the workflow." Developed and taught by working Hollywood professionals, it provides everything one needs to know to organize, manage and deliver a feature film in the post-production stage.

About Master the Workflow

Master the Workflow is the answer for every person who ever dreamed of making it in one of the film and TV industry's most rewarding professions -- film editing. Their flagship training - Feature Film Assistant Editor Immersion 1.0 - provides one-of-a-kind online training specially designed for aspiring filmmakers, film school graduates and others starting out in the film and television industry. From pre-production to final delivery, it arms them with "real-world," practical knowledge of exactly what it takes to achieve success as a professional assistant film editor.

Created by Lawrence Jordan, ACE, MPEG and Richard Sanchez, MPEG, industry veterans with more than 60 feature film and television credits, Master the Workflow fosters the passion of individuals looking for an "inside track" on how to break into the film editing profession and become of one of the most integral components in shaping what winds up on screens.

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Elliott Chang
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