IRISH SCREEN EDITORS

ISE WORKSHOPS

DOCUMENTARY EDITING with MICK MAHON

Documentary editor Mick Mahon will talk about his work, and will take us through his workflow and process in this hands-on workshop. He will place particular emphasis on his recent project Gaza, discussing the evolution of this project from inception to completion.

 

This workshop for ISE members is designed for those with some previous documentary experience. Places are strictly limited, and cost €10.

 

The workshop will be held at Piranha Bar, 37 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2, on Saturday 27th July from 10am to 3pm with a break for lunch.

 

To apply please email training@irishscreeneditors.com with "workshop" in the subject line.

 

 

Places are only secured on payment.

 

ADDING DRAMA

Our first training workshop took place this on Saturday June 8th, with Stephen O'Connell talking drama, with the lucky attendees being treated to his insights on story and structure. We'll have a longer report on the day soon. Many thanks to Element Post for providing the venue and the cupcakes.

 

ISE MENTORING SCHEME

The ISE Mentoring Scheme is designed to provide up-and-coming editors with an opportunity to experience how more experienced editors work. This scheme differs from “assistant” placements or “work experience” in that the mentee is not expected to contribute to the work of the edit suite: they are there to see how the mentor works, how they approach their day, and how they deal with directors and producers over the course of that day.

 

The format of the mentoring is built on observation and dialogue. The recipient of the mentoring will spend two days in the edit suite of the mentor as they work. The setup is informal, and intended to be be unobtrusive; it is vitally important that the mentor’s work should not be compromised by the presence of the mentee. Further information is available here.

 

The first participant in the scheme was Dave Thorpe who spent time with acclaimed editor Tony Cranstoun A.C.E. and has written a piece about his experience observing Tony at work.