As an editor, you're a storyteller in every sense of the word. A writer writes and an actor interprets, but you're the one who takes all of that and turns it into a movie. The smallest decision in the editing room can dramatically alter an audience's perception and reaction. Working closely with the director, an editor determines the audience's experience: the what, the how, and the when.
At VFS, you hone your skills on student projects using the same equipment you will find in the industry, such as Avid, and learn the many processes that go into delivering a polished film experience: sound mix, titles, and much more. At the end of your year, you've learned to harness all of the editor's tools to transform raw footage into a film.
During your year, you will select two key filmmaking disciplines as your fields of specialization.
Your software skills continue to grow while specializing in Post-Production. You also gain a deeper understanding of the post-production workflows between sound and special effects departments, as well as the elements that establish you as a true specialist, from colour correction and music editing to compositing and motion graphics.
Make sure to check out more What You Will Learn highlights in Film Production:
As a director, you guide a film from start to finish, working closely with every department to ensure that the creative vision is realized and the story perfectly told. more
Fine art meets technical know-how in cinematography, which combines cameras, lights, and a true artist's eye in developing and achieving a film’s look. more
A producer needs to be a passionate creative force while managing the production every step of the way and keeping a film on track and on budget. more
Production design is about creating fascinating, believable, and meaningful worlds – the sets, locations, props, and other details that make for a living, breathing story. more