Jordan Goldman's talk will include the following topics--
- What does an editor do?
- What impact does an editor have on actors?
- How does a cut evolve in television?
- What do Showrunners, writers, directors and editors really think of actors?
- How to avoid getting cut out - what an actor can - and can't - control
- What do we look for in an actor's performance?
Emmy-winning editor Jordan Goldman, A.C.E. is best known for his current work on Showtime’s acclaimed drama Homeland, where he won an Emmy and an American Cinema Editors award for cutting the pilot. He has also cut multiple seasons of The Shield and Sons of Anarchy, as well as Masters of Sex, 24: Live Another Day, Terriers, Tyrant, The Chicago Code, NCIS, and the pilots of White Collar and Awake. Check out Jordan's IMDb Credits HERE
With over 70 episodes of television under his belt, Mr. Goldman’s has earned a reputation for his dedication to story and keen eye for performance.
Mr. Goldman earned his BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and studied directing with Adrienne Weiss. He is a member of the Editor's Guild, the American Cinema Editors, the Television Academy, and the Directors Guild of America.
To read more about Jordan and his book "How To Avoid The Cutting Room Floor," click this link:
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The Beverly Hills Playhouse Acting School has for over forty years offered ongoing intensive scene-study acting classes for both the professional actor and those who are looking to develop themselves into professional actors. The BHP is well known for Milton Katselas' unique approach, which addresses Acting, Attitude, and Administration.
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