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    Editing In Film Editing

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    today, filmmakers had no choice but to turn towards editing multiple shots together to create a cohesive movie. Originally, a camera only held fifteen minutes’ worth of film stock at a time, which was nearly impossible to create a quality film as there is a dependence on the choreography of a scene; the positioning of actors, props, and camera angle. Through editing, a collage of images composes a scene to convey the message best for the plot of the film at that point; usually a medium two-shot or an

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    appreciated aspects in filmmaking is editing. Editing is the invisible art of film and without editing there would be no story. The writer, director, and editor use the five W’s in film to create the story. Who is the character, what is his goal, when is this taking place, where is it taking place, and why is this happening. All these things come to together for one purpose and that is to tell a story that is relatable to an audience. Everything that goes into a film has a purpose and everything you

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    The Importance of Editing in Films

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    “ ”. Discuss Film editing by definition is part of the creative postproduction process of filmmaking. In today’s modern world, film has made use of advanced digital technology to help with the editing. The editor or editors are usually given a complete compilation of all the footage. These various separate shots that can be regarded as ‘ raw’ footage. Their task is to create a finished motion picture through combining and selecting shots and putting them into a coherent sequence of events. Whenever

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    Film Editing In Film

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    Many people find it hard to notice the editing in a film. this is a positive thing as it means the editor has done a good job in creating a smooth rhythm within cuts. Obviously we know that whenever there is a change in image it is an edit, but most of us find it hard to consciously notice the transitions throughout the film. It is because we do not notice the editing that we presume it is “easy”. However, 'editing is more than just sticking two images together, it is a language, a discipline, an

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    The Art of Editing and Film Meaning

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    practical uses of editing are a crucial part of cinema’s development. He viewed the art form of film as a tool with which to inflict certain reactions and emotions to audiences, be it through shock or empathetic understanding. His editing techniques were key elements to achieve these effects, carefully planned out and sought to create conflict in meaning. “Art is not a mirror which reflects the historical struggle, but a weapon of that struggle.” (Vertov in Enzensberger, 1972) His keen editing work proved

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    Editing plays a vital role in the film Amélie. Jean-Pierre Jeunet uses editing to express the characters emotions and personalities throughout the movie. Without editing, this film would not be able to present a good message to the audience. For example, editing is important when the director adds animations such as the pounding hearts and the talking stuffed animals to emphasize the characters’ emotions within a particular scene. The film uses a mixture of continuity editing and discontinuity editing

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    There are many techniques used in films that help to strengthn the plot and rmphasize a certain theme. Usually, to most viewers, these camera techniques go seemingly unnoticed. Yet, this ability to fly under the radar ensures the success of the style, as smooth transitions and clear storytelling are hallmarks of the editing process known as continuity editing. One approach of continuity editing is known as point of view editing. Basically, the viewer is able to see a scene from a character’s perspective

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    Orson Welles ' introduced innovating editing and sound design in the 1940s with Citizen Kane (1941). Welles uses editing and sound to show the audience the passing of time, this is seen the breakfast montage. Welles uses sound bridges during the transitional wipes of fast moving images which fade into the next shot. The sound bridges act as links between the two scenes and make the time difference apparent to the audience. At the beginning of the montage Welles uses a slow zoom combined with romantic

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    Spain”. It got all of their exciting emotion with different angles of them dancing and singing. Editing William Ziegler was the film editor. The editing of “My Fair Lady” was relatively good. The outside lighting helped create the illusion that the horse race was in side, and the lighting when Eliza ran away helped make it look natural but light enough for the cameras to shoot. The only bad editing that i saw was how in some song the singers words did not match their mouths. A prime example of

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    narrative

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    story in a film is conveyed by the sequence of events. Films convey a story to a viewer differently to a novel. This is done by showing and telling and explained by Gunning (1949). Editing is a very important feature to join one event to another in a film. Film makers take part in a lot of editing as they need to do this for special effects as explained by Gunning (1949). As for example in Harry Potter and the order of Phoenix (2007) there is a wide use of editing. This is evident in the film when the

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