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Film Editing Schools
Film editing is the process by which film shots are cut and put together in a desired sequence. Film editing is the only art form unique to cinema. Film editing schools familiarize students with the technical aspects of editing by providing them with the experience of handling editing machinery. These schools can offer additional skills to those not specifically looking for a career in editing because all around skills are extremely preferred in the film industry. When choosing a school, it is important to make sure that their programs are backed with credentials, that their faculty has worked in the industry before, and that they are known and reputable in the industry. Sometimes it is also helpful to check out the school’s alumni. Well known film editing schools include the New York Film Academy, in New York, Video Symphony, in California, and The Art Institutes, located across the nation.