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    201103915 Film editing is the art of story telling. It is a key part in the creative process of filmmaking. It involves the selection and combining of shots into sequences‚ and ultimately creating a complete motion picture. When film editing is well-practiced‚ the viewer can become so deeply engaged that he or she is not even aware of the editor’s work. There are numerous techniques that constitute film editing‚ ranging from fade ins and outs‚ to the Kuleshov effect and the 180-degree axis rule

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    FILM UNIT I’M NOT SCARED/IO NON HO PAURA (2003) DIRECTED BY GABRIELE SALVATORES An English teaching resource for year 12: Achievement Standard 2.5 REBECCA LAGAS & ZANITA THOMPSON UNIT OVERVIEW Unit Title: I’m Not Scared Either - An Introduction to a Sub-Titled Film. Strand: Visual Language (with links to Written and Oral Language) Levels: 6‚ 7 and 8 Function: Viewing (with links to Presenting‚ Listening/Speaking and Transactional Writing) Processes:

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    FIL 2000 Flowers 1 March 2013 Editing in the Butterfly Effect In the movie the Butterfly Effect‚ directed by John R. Leonetti‚ there are many different elements of editing utilized to create unique suspenseful and thrilling scenes. Leonetti relies on editing to contribute to the overall thrilling sensation created in the movie. Editing in this movie generates many different effects‚ but the most noteworthy effects in the movie add to the continuity of the film as well as the sense of suspense

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    Editing: the coordination between one shot with the next frames can be joined by several different types. Fade-out: gradually darkens the end of a shot to black. Fade-in beginning of a framel lightens the frame from black Dissolve: briefly superimposes the end of a shot A and the beginning of shot B Wipe: Shot A replaces Shot B by means of a boundary line line moving across the screen‚ wipes one image away while bringing about a new one. Cut: the most common means of joining two shots; instantaneous

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    Considered as one of the most important films of the 1960s for its innovative content‚ Arthur Penn’s Bonnie and Clyde made significant contributions to development of editing in modern filmmaking. Rather than rely on plot alone‚ Dede Allen used the editing of time and space to not only communicate the violent nature of certain scenes‚ but also integrate the underlying tone of sexuality within the film. This is seen throughout the film‚ from Bonnie and Clyde’s first meeting to their final deaths

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    moving between editing the different types of production I will need to understand the key issues of editing music video‚ documentary and drama‚ learning the skills and techniques each edit type requires. By learning what each type of edit needs individually I will be able to compare the different types of editing to find out the key differences in them. These differences will help me to find what the key issues an editor faces are‚ when moving between editing different types

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    Editing: Run‚ Lola‚ Run Run‚ Lola‚ Run is a 1995 German film directed by Tom Tykwer and edited by Mathilde Bonnefoy. The editing in Run‚ Lola‚ Run is extensive with almost 2000 transitions. Since the film does not always use continuity editing it allows the audience to focus on the style as well as the narrative. Bonnefoy’s fast paced editing in Run‚ Lola‚ Run creates a sense of urgency and disarray among the audience‚ furthering the film’s narrative. The film opens up with a phone conversation

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    By: Sahrah Abdul Paul Haggis’ 2003 film Crash is about Los Angeles citizens with very separate lives. They go through interweaving stories of race‚ loss and redemption. It shows us how we connect or disconnect with other people. Although we feel separated by a number of factors such as race‚ class‚ status or gender we are more connected than we think. The editing used in this film contributes to the over-all theme. Characters involved are a black detective estranged

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    English 219: Response #3 Editing is a post production process that compiles different shots of different lengths taken during production into the sequential thematic continuum that viewers know as the motion picture film. The coordination between two consecutive shots is a dimension by itself used to give indirect hints and communicate a smoother transition of ideas. The transition of the shots could be as simple as a cut and could be more complex as in a graphical match of colors and shapes between

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    Editing is the act of assembling components of a piece by cutting and splicing. As a filmmaker‚ and especially when making a documentary‚ the use of editing is very important in putting together ideas and arguments. In the case of a documentary‚ editing can be used to further push a thesis and prove a point which the filmmaker is trying to put across. The possibilities are endless; dialogues can be shortened‚ scenes can be added or cut‚ or even switched around to be in any order desired. By doing

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