Film editing

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  • The Negative Aspects Of Film Editing

    A film editor organizes the various shots obtained by the director into sequence in order to tell the director and writer’s story. In early film, editors would work with raw film combining the many shots into sequences resulting in motion pictures. Today’s editors have the advantage of digital film and editing software such as Adobe Premiere. Editing does not end at sequencing the shots. The editor must add the sound to the sequences of shots. The editor will add recorded dialogue, and accompanying music. Editors are also responsible for many special effects utilizing techniques like multiple exposure. The editor is one of the greatest combinations of art and skill. The editor delivers the message of the director and screenwriter. With the increasing use of special effects, the amount of post-production only grows. Film editors are responsible for every major motion picture ever consumed.…

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  • Film Editing Analysis

    with a Movie Camera uses editing techniques such as collision editing and series editing. Dr. Strangelove uses production design such as location and editing technique such as crosscutting. The movie The Conversation uses sound such as diegetic sound. Man with a Movie camera, which is sometimes called The Man with a Movie Camera, A Man with a Movie Camera, is a Soviet silent documentary film. It is directed by Dzinga Vertov and is edited by Elizaveta Svilova, his wife. The film does not have…

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  • I Am Legend Film Analysis

    destroyed seemingly lifeless, completely quite city of New York with the caption at the bottom “Three Years Later”. 2. Is continuity editing used? If so, give examples and explain in at least one of the examples what strategies the filmmakers use to…

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  • Narrative Techniques In Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window

    In Alfred Hitchcock’s film, Rear Window, he uses elements of film in a way that expresses to the audience what the character desires and the power relations that exist between them. In the sequence where Lisa and L.B. Jeffries have dinner from “21 Club,” their contradicting desires are expressed through these various elements. For example, Hitchcock uses framing, editing, and character positioning within the mise-en-scene to portray that Lisa desires Jeff but he doesn’t feel as strongly of her.…

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  • Death's Marathon Film Analysis

    Director D.W. Griffith employs a variety of innovative filmmaking techniques, under the categories of mise-en-scene, cinematography and editing, to tell his narrative in Death’s Marathon. I will focus on a few techniques that stood out to me as essential stylistic decisions that progressed the narrative. Firstly, the costumes and how they distinguished between characters, and events; secondly, the blocking and character movements and how they expressed emotion; thirdly, the lighting and how it…

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  • Ken Dancyger Editing Analysis

    Looking at ken Dancyger: The Technique of Film Video editing history and practice the author explains the evolution of editing from the earliest two wheelers in 1895 via breakthrough Artists like DW Griffiths and Russian Directors such as Sergei Eisenstein. Through a series of practical experiments film developed its own language. A mentionable fact about that in 30 years the basic of editing were formed. Components we see today as essential for editing for example continuity and screen…

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  • Frankie Goes To Hollywood Editing Analysis

    Amidst a sea of political propaganda in Russia, arose a man who would forever revolutionize film editing, a man named Sergei Eisenstein. Eisenstein recognized five unique styles of editing, and named them the Metric Montage, Rhythmic Montage, Tonal Montage, Overtonal Montage, and Intellectual Montage. To this day, he has inspired many filmmakers with his montage theories, especially those of the early music video industry. One music video in particular, Frankie Goes to Hollywood's "Two Tribes…

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  • The Equalizer Film Analysis

    “The Equalizer” directed by Antoine Fuqua is a unique Action- Thriller. It is unique in the way certain aspects of “Mise-en-scene” are used. This film is different from those you usual see in this genre because, in the beginning, it doesn’t jump right into the action. The Director takes his time showing us what type of characters the main characters are like, especially the lead character. He makes sure to show us that he is a meticulous and calculated person from the way he shaves his head, to…

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  • Forbidden Room Scene Analysis

    The scene from The Forbidden Room that stood out to me the most was the in one of the submarine scenes where the guy said he need to breathe and ate a flapjack because they said earlier that there were oxygen inside the flapjacks. This film stood out to me because the submarine scene was the most intense since oxygen is really important and in the scene people were struggling for oxygen. Thus, I felt like this is the most reasonable scene and so I felt the most attached and relatable to it. So…

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  • Analysis Of Tobermory By Lewis Hayes

    In the editing notes for Tobermory by Lewis Hayes, you have successfully set up your characters and location from the first few scenes. However, I have a couple of concerns with the writing (repetition, grammar, readability), format (scene breakdown style), structure (montage, scene selection, conflict), and scenes (repetition, formatting). There is a suitable structure and the narrative flows in appropriate sequential order. The tone of your film upon initial read is engaging. Appropriate…

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