Artists in Residence
The Artist-in-Residence Program is a core component of Manhattan Edit Workshop's Six Week Art of Editing Course. Top film editors join the class to screen and discuss their work, while students share their edits for comments and critique.
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Bill Pankow, A.C.E., has enjoyed a long collaboration with renowned director Brian De Palma, beginning as an associate editor on the films Dressed to Kill and Scarface. Pankow graduated to editor on Body Double and continued his affiliation with De Palma on such films as The Untouchables, Casualties of War, Carlito's Way, Redacted, and Femme Fatale, for which he received the Seattle Film Critics Best Editing award for 2002. Bill has also collaborated with Charles Stone III on his films Drumline, Paid In Full and Mr. 3000 and with Jean Francois Richet on Assault On Precinct 13.