Award-Winning Motion Picture Music Editor Jennifer Dunnington ’93 to Share Her Craft

Jennifer Dunnington ’93, winner of two Motion Pictures Sound Editor Awards for her work on Hugo and a documentary on George Harrison. Courtesy photo.

Jennifer Dunnington ’93

Jennifer Dunnington ’93, who won an Emmy and several Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel awards for her work on such movies as Hugo, The Departed, Cosmopolis, Shutter Island, and Boardwalk Empire, will be on campus on March 26 to share her expertise with KSC film and music students. We would have had her here earlier, but she was in London applying her talents to The Hobbit.

During the day, Jennifer will be visiting classes, holding master classes and offering her professional experience to students planning to enter the film industry. At 7 p.m., the College will host a reception for her in Centennial Hall, where she will show some examples of her work.

Interested in knowing more about what Jennifer does as a motion picture sound editor? Check out the article the Sentinel did on her last December.

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