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Film Notes 10/8/07 Matt Remter Film Studies 101 Tasha Oren 1) The patterns and logic of editing a) Verisimilitude- Having the appearance of truth b) Continuity editing- system that uses cuts and other transitions to establish verisimilitude and to tell stories effetely requiring minimum mental effort on the part of viewers. c) 180 degree rule- the primary rule of continuity editing and one that many films and television shows consider sacrosanct d) reaction shot- depicts a characters response to something that the viewers also see 2) Points of view: values and traditions of film editing a) Continuity style: refers to an even broader array of technical choices that support
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Unformatted text preview: this principle of effacing technique to clarify the narrative and its human motivation b) Analytical editing- the scene is analyzed or broken down by the camera to direct spectators attention from the general perspective of an establishing shot c) Alienation effects-distention techniques d) Jump cut- disjunctive cut that interrupts a particular action and creates discontinuities in the spatial or temporal development of shots e) Classicism- strives for balance and wholeness f)...
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  • Fall '07
  • TashaOren
  • Film editing, 180 degree rule, continuity editing, minimum mental effort, Matt Remter Film, Alienation effects-distention techniques

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