Why you should spend £4000 on Inside The Edit
The reason you should seriously consider spending £4000/$6,600 on Inside The Edit is because it’s a career changing new way of learning what it means to be, not only, a skilled editor, but a competent filmmaker too. Someone who understands what it takes to craft a story from start to finish and tell it well, someone who is dedicated enough to commit their time, money, energy and passion to that artistic and professional end.
In the video above, I was fortunate enough to get to chat to Paddy Bird, professional editor and founder of Inside The Edit, 5 days before the launch of the course. (Available from today – August 20th 2014). As it’s my first Skype interview please excuse the initial few visual hiccups (!) but do enjoy the content of the chat, in which Paddy talks through how the course works, what’s involved and why there’s nothing else like it out there. Thanks to Paddy for giving me so much of his time!
UPDATE: Due to huge demand, three new pricing options have been introduced to help more people take advantage of Inside The Edit. Now if you’re a student you can access the course at massive 75% discount of the original price. There are also now two volume pricing options and if that wasn’t enough they have extended the 25% (£1000) launch offer too!
Our new Student Price of £1,000 is available to anyone in a degree-granting or certificate-granting course. We are also introducing volume license pricing for Educational Institutions, Broadcasters, Post houses and Production companies to cope with the serious lack of pro level creative training within the post-production sector.
Thus far the internet generation of filmmakers (myself included) are used to finding a plethora of free tutorials online (some of them very good, some of them terrible) on how to do X or Y in this piece of software, or an interview or two with a professional on this or that part of their career. We’re all hungry to learn and sometimes we’ll even pay for content if we think it might contain enough valuable insights we can’t otherwise get for free.
But I’m not sure we’re quite prepared for the scale and scope of what Inside The Edit offers, as it is categorically different from everything else out there. Click through to read the rest of the review!