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Editing - Editing Parallel Action Editing two...

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Editing Parallel Action Editing: two actions/stories cut into one sequence Montage: The juxtaposition of images (ideas, emotions) in a sequence to create new meaning (ideas, emotions) not found in each shot by themselves. Shot (meaning) 1 + Shot (meaning) 2 = shot 3 (new meaning)
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Sergei Eisenstein and Lev Kuleshov Sergei Eisenstein Montage tells a story by the accumulation of shots in juxtaposition (against each other) Kuleshov Experiment . editing exercise in which, shots of an actor were intercut with various meaningful images (a casket, a bowl of soup, and so on) in order to show how editing changes viewers’ interpretations of images. The cinema consists of the assembly of distinct fragments . It is therefore not the content of the images in a film which is important, but their combination .
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DW Griffith Vs Eisenstein Smooth Transitions Vs Collision Temporal and spatial continuity Vs Fragmented Action Characterization (dialogue,text, continuity) Vs Symphonic effect
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  • Spring '08
  • Goldberg
  • Film editing, Sergei Eisenstein, continuity vs, vs fragmented action, spatial continuity Vs, Temporal Continuity Vs

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