Summer School Sold Out

Welcome To Summer School!

Here's What You'll Be Doing

You will edit two professionally shot, award winning films, in four weeks.

At the beginning of each week you'll be sent an approximately 30 minute video to watch with the week's lessons where we discuss key editing concepts. Additionally, each week the class will meet with instructor Misha Tenenbaum online for an hour of FaceBook live discussions where you can ask questions. Each student will receive weekly individual, professional, creative feedback on the cuts they turn in.

Email us at if you'd like to join the waitlist for the next time the class is offered, tentatively schedule for August 7th, 2017. The price is TBD.



  • Week 1-2

    Edit the Comedy Short Film, Bingo Night!

    Bingo Night

    You'll edit the entire short film, Bingo Night! A Tribeca Film Festival official selection. You'll have access to all of the film's footage, some of which is currently only available to schools with an educational license.

    Film's Story: Bingo Night is the story of Ethel, an elderly woman facing the threat of eviction from her retirement community. Rather than accept life in a discount nursing home, she recruits her friends Vivian and Ruth for the "Heist of the century". Their target: the local bingo hall.

    Topics Include:

    • Create a rough cut along a traditional post production schedule.
    • Go from rough cut to director's cut by removing lines and rearrange scenes. 
    • Create a fine cut with added sound effects and music.

    Week 3-4

    Edit the Documentary, Gnarly In Pink

    Gnarly In Pink

    You will edit with more than 450 minutes of content! The goal of this exercise is to drown you in footage until you're crying for mama.

    Film's Story: Official Selection to the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and distributed by the New York Times, Gnarly In Pink celebrates the "Pink Helmet Posse," three 6-year-old girls who share an unusual passion: skateboarding.

    Topics Include

    • Practice creating "string out" cuts from transcripts.
    • Learn to use b-roll like a pro, instead of as a bandaid.
    • Structure a documentary from its scenes.

    Who Is This Course For?

    This course is designed for people who are already somewhat familiar with editing on any software, but who have limited edited experience with paying clients.

    Students looking to build a portfolio are welcome.

    Professionals who are switching genres (reality to scripted), or trying to move up from assistant editor to editor are welcome as well. 

  • Misha Tenenbaum

    About the Instructor

    Misha Tenenbaum is the founder and CEO of EditStock. He has logged over 5,000 hours of union work on TV and film projects including the FX series American Horror Story and the 2013 feature film Jobs.  


This class is sold out. Please email us at if you'd like to join the waitlist.