Class of 1985 | BobChats with Bill Henry ’85
BobChats are opportunities where we will welcome classmates to present on various topics. Our goal is to get as many classmates involved as we can — allowing us to come together to learn from each other and, above all, to bring our class even closer together.
Bill Henry ’85 is our next guest speaker and will take a deep dive into the history of film editing from the 1980s until today. You’ll also learn the backstory to some iconic scenes from your favorite shows or movies.
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
7:30-8pm: Class of 1985 Social “Hour”
8-9pm: Bill Henry ’85 Presentation and Q&A
Bill Henry ’85
An art history major at Bates, Bill won an Emmy award in 2020 for his editing work on the HBO series “Succession.” From an apprentice film editor in Los Angeles right after graduation, he has subsequently traveled the world and worked with Mike Nichols, Garry Trudeau, Malcolm D. Lee ,and Julian Fellowes. Bill currently resides in New York City.
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