Posts tagged: editing
The Kuleshov Experiment - a juxtaposition of shots (montage) that alters the meaning of those shots.
This is an example of structuralist film theory as by understanding how the structure of the simple combination of shots a meaning is created.
Nothing in this sequence literally expresses sweetness or perversion - it is the structure of the films images that conveys that meaning to the audience.
Jack Howard and Tim Hautkiet talk about editing. This is all good advice and all important stuff. Please note what they say about J-cuts and L-cuts and moving the pace forward - this is not hard to do but it will make all the difference to your finished edits!
Editing tips from @thistim
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ACTIVITY - Twist #bcotmedia’s words
You then need to demonstrate an understanding of editing skills to string together a sentence of different words from different students.
(This will get you extra marks for your current Assignment)
Joe Goodall and Elliot Burns (L3 Media 1A) are ‘The Editors Channel’ - have a look at their excellent videos and follow their work on…….
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Cassette Boy Vs The Apprentice
'He likes the buttery, biscuit base'
EDITING TIP - ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ (Fincher, 2011) trailer demonstrates the technique of cutting-to-the-beat to great effect. This style of editing is useful for building momentum and pace in your videos by mirroring the heartbeat pattern and building up a sense of urgency.