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City College of New York

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Sharing editing expertise and more, Lewis Erskine's talk is a must for both emerging and vet filmmakers.

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Lewis has been cutting film since forever, bedecked with Emmys and awards. He’s worked with Walter Cronkite, Michael Moore, Ken Burns, Shola Lynch, Bill Moyers, and Stanley Nelson. His favorite projects include The MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour, The Cronkite Report, TV Nation, Faith and Reason, Free Angela and All Political Prisoners, The Black Press: Soldiers without Swords and Freedom Riders. Plus out in theaters now is another great film he worked on: Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool. On top of this, he is also a professor at NYU's Tisch film school, and he will talk about how he approaches editing and working with directors.

A presentation by Third World Newsreel with the Documentary Forum at CCNY and Black Public Media.

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