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Manhattan Edit Workshop's New York 'Art of Cinematography' Workshop Next Week

Attention all New York area filmmakers! Manhattan Edit Workshop is holding a workshop, The Art Of Cinematography, that will bring together a number of speakers to talk about “visual storytelling from the masters behind the camera.”

Manhattan Edit Workshop will bring together the likes of Jerry Ricciotti, Matt Porwoll, Bob Richman, Josh & Jason Diamond, Nancy Schreiber,ASC and Paul Koestner to speak in several panels throughout the evening. Best of all, the workshop is really affordable at just $45. Even better, you can get $20 off the price by using a special HDSLR Shooter only code: aoc15HDSLR
The Art of Cinematography will be on September 30th from 4:30pm to 7:30 at NYIT Auditorium on Broadway 1871 Broadway New York, NY 10023. For more information you can check out the itinerary below, and be sure to visit to sign up now, and to for more info on the speakers themselves.


September 30, 2015 Manhattan Edit Workshop’s acclaimed speaker series continues with an evening devoted to the art of cinematography.  Join us as we celebrate the craft of visual storytelling from the masters behind the camera – we’ll take an in-depth look at the challenges of capturing the moment in documentary and then explore the process of shooting narrative feature film and series television.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015 
NYIT Auditorium on Broadway 
Schedule: (subject to change)
4:30pm – Check-in
5:00pm – 6:00pm – The Many Challenges of Nonfiction Cinematography 
Moderator: Hugo Perez
Speakers: Jerry Ricciotti, Matt Porwoll, Bob Richman
6:15pm – 7:30pm – A Cinematographer’s Vision: Creating Distinct Looks for Film & TV
Moderator: Josh & Jason Diamond (The Diamond Bros.)
Speakers: Nancy Schreiber,ASC , Paul Koestner
7:30pm – 8:30pm – Networking Party & Tech Lounge (free drinks and hors d’oeuvres)
 Click here to read more about our speakers!

Written by Jake Fruia

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