Editing Study Guide

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Editing Study Guide 1. How can different scene be joined together in a film? - Cross-fades, wipes, dissolves i. 2 organizations: Intrascene ( goal to create continuous space and time) 1. interscene- fundamental structure of film as a whole. 2. How can a director control the rhythm of a film through editing? - by varying the duration of the shot (rapid or slow) - Slow pace can underscore the boredom of character. 3. What is the “kuleshov effect” and how is it used in film? - no establishing shot connects two objects. 2 objects are understood to occupy same space, we infer continuity. 4. How can a director control temporal relations through editing? - Manipulation of time, Flashback—one or more shots out of story order. i. Flash-forward- editing moves from the present to a future event. - Elliptical editing- presents actions so that it consumes less time on screen than it does in the story - puncuation shot- wipe or fade Cutaway - shot of another event elsewhere. 5.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course FILMST 46 taught by Professor Felando during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.

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