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Eisenstein Sergei Montage theorySergei Eisenstein, the author of the two books that is the Montage Film of Attraction In 1924 and the Cinematography Principle and the Ideogram, showcases his prowess in the film industry. He is one of the utmost directors in cinematography and the mind behind the soviet ideology. Besides, his editing skills in cinematography were outstanding. In montage theory, Eisenstein uses a coded language across all frames of his movies. Eisenstein's approach towards his films was to solve particular problems identified in the filmmaking industry. His films were relevant in the political, academic, and even commercial sectors. Surprisingly, his theory has been demonstrated in several films in the present world. In this article, we seek to summarize theideas of the montage theories and reflection of filmmakers such as Kuleshov, and Pudovkin as well as they type of montage. The Kuleshov effectThe Kuleshov effect was discovered in 1919 in the Moscow school of the film during the Russia revolution. Kuleshov was a professor in the school of the film in Russia. He started his filming journey by experimenting on new ways to edit a film back in 1920. The phenomenon behind the Kuleshov effect was to let the audience derive the facial impressions during interactions made between two successive shots rather than a single secluded shot. Kuleshov's

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