9/28 Notes--Editing ETS 154 - M001
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Date Created: 09/28/15
Editing Lumiere brother inventors of cinema Single shot films The Sprinkler Sprinkled Used depth of space to fill frame for entire scenefilm Dissolve transition signifies a passage of time Early cinema frontally staged Inspired by theater Early 1910s development of more intricate editing DW Griffith helped to inspire new editing style Was the director for The Lonedale Operator and Birth of a Nation Parallel editing EX sending a telegraph in one shot next shot showing the receiving end Depicting different areas at the same time Possible relations to editing Temporal change in time Spatial change in space Graphic visual qualities shape color warmcold colors directional movements of the film Rhythmic patterns of film alteration of shots ex scene in Sixth Sense Editing can create meaning independent of what is in the frame Continuity editing vs disjunctive editing Continuity classic Hollywood narrative editing remains constant orients audience in time and space so that plot is focused on Establishing shot normally long shot where we see action and introduced to characters limits confusion Axis of action 180 degree rule maintaining continuity if movement Ex shot of person 1 walking right another person 2 walking left another both meeting in middle 30 degree rule breaks continuity of time and space creates jolt and disorients too similar shots must be greater than 30 degrees Eyeline match character looking off screen next shot shows what they are looking at often POV Shotreverseshot shots alternate between different charactersaspect of scene Sixth Sense scene Match on action where characteritem was in actionmovement from previous shot second shot must pick up at exact same spot otherwise it would appear like action is being repeated Dynamic relationship between onscreen and off screen space
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