iMovie – Introduction to Video Editing – 16th June (online)


Wednesday 16th June, 10:30am – 12:30pm
* Last day for booking 9th June

Price: £20

Tutors: Piece of String Media

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An introduction to video editing with iMovie

2-hour Zoom workshop 10.30am-12.30pm Wednesday 16th June (for up to 5 participants)

Zoom one-to-one slots Thurs 17th 2.30pm, 3.45pm, 5pm and Fri 18th 9.30am, 10.45 am, 12 noon. Each slot is 40 minutes. Please let us know any times you are NOT available when booking.

Learn how to create short videos using the iMovie video editing app.

The workshop will look at:

Simple video and audio editing tools and techniques
Creating short sequences
Adding text
Exporting finished pieces

The session will include practical time for you to try things out, and plenty of time for questions. Each participant will have a 40-minute remote one-to-one support session following the workshop. This will be an opportunity to address individual questions in more detail.

iMovie is a free app, available for Apple devices from the App Store.

Equipment, software, and pre-workshop requirements

Whilst iMovie is also available on iPhones and iPads, this workshop will focus on editing using a computer.

To take part you will need to have:
• downloaded and installed iMovie on your Mac
• created a new project, and put some video and audio clips in it, ready to work with
To make the most of the workshop we suggest you join the Zoom call with the iMovie project open and ready to work with during the session.

About the workshop leaders

Nick (she/her) and Mike (he/him) are award-winning filmmakers. Their work has screened at international festivals and been broadcast on TV. They’ve delivered diverse commissions for local and national charities, museums, and arts, community, and heritage organisations, to help raise awareness and promote inspiring projects.

They deliver workshops and projects on every aspect of the filmmaking process, from introductory to advanced, and offer bespoke training and support to individuals and organisations.

We will get in touch to ask you the following questions after booking:

Equipment, software, and pre-workshop requirements
These workshops will focus on editing on a computer.

To take part you will need to have:
• downloaded and installed the video editing app on your computer
• created a new project, with video and audio clips in it, ready to work with
Please let us know if you need any help with this at the time of booking.

What editing set-up do you currently have?
Computer (make and model)
Editing application (name and version)

Your experience

Please tell us about your filmmaking and video editing experience so far.

What are you hoping to learn from the workshop and one-to-one?

Remote one-to-one sessions availability

Please let us know if there are any of the times you’re NOT available. We will allocate your slot taking this into account.

Thursday 17th June 2.30pm
Thursday 17th June 3.45pm
Thursday 17th June 5pm
Friday 18th June 9.30am
Friday 18th June 10.45am
Friday 18th June12 noon


We want to make this training as inclusive and accessible as we can. Is there anything we need to
know to help with this?

If so, it would be really useful if we can have a chat before the sessions. Please let us know the
best way to get in touch (email / phone etc)

Additional information