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Seminar: The Art of Editing Animation

New York

Address: 145 Hudson St


Seminar:  The Art of Editing Animation with Thomas Vogt -- Editor “South Park”, “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut”, “Team America: World Police”, “Springfield of Dreams: The Legend of Homer Simpson”, “Our Cartoon President” and the upcoming “Impractical Jokers Movie”.

This is a seminar with a ½ hour break
Session: 11:00AM – 3:30PM
Refundable Deposit Fee: $40.00
This seminar is open for 35 active members.


Tom Vogt will present both the theoretical and practical aspects of comedy animation editing.  Using the “South Park” work flow, he will illustrate the animation process from script to air.  He will show scene examples and breakdown the writing and collaboration aspects of how an animated series and feature come together.

Seminar Timeline:

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
• Introduction
• Overview of Animation and Production Workflow
• Editing Animation from Script to Air
- dialogue record and editing
- storyboards and animatics  
- the role of assistants
- collaboration with directors

1:05 PM – 1:25 PM 

1:30 PM – 3:00 PM
• Practical Examples
• The Importance of Satire
• Q&A


Thomas Vogt is a comedy film editor working in animation, narrative features and television, documentaries for the past 30 years.  Most notably, Tom was the lead editor on the Emmy and Peabody award winning South Park television series from 1998 - 2006.  Tom also edited the critically acclaimed satirical Showtime series “Our Cartoon President” with executive producer, Stephen Colbert.  

Thomas comedy feature credits include, "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut", "Team America: World Police” directed by Trey Parker, "Pom Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold" directed by Academy Award nominated, Morgan Spurlock and the upcoming “Impractical Jokers Movie" directed by Funny or Die’s Chris Henchy.  


The seminar is $40.00 per person.
Please email Muneeb Hassan at
The ticket price will be refunded once member has attended the seminar.
Note: No walk-ins and no guests will be permitted.