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Editing test

  1. 1. Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Test: Editing in television drama
  2. 2. 1. A director would use CONTINUITY EDITING to allow the audience to …. Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama  be drawn into the drama and not distracted by ‘obvious’ editing. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008
  3. 3. 2. A director would use PARALLEL EDITING to allow the audience to ….  know that two storylines were progressing at the same time. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama
  4. 4. 3. A director would use CROSS CUTTING to allow the audience to ….  see that the two groups of characters were coming together. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama
  5. 5. 4. A director would use MATCHED CUTS to allow the audience to ….  see the events on screen from a variety of positions to help hold their interest. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama
  6. 6. 5. A director would use SHOT / REVERSE SHOT to allow the audience to ….  see a conversation or conflict from both sides, alternating between viewpoints. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama
  7. 7. 6. A director would use an EYELINE MATCH to allow the audience to ….  see what the main character was looking at out of frame. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama
  8. 8. 7. A director would use a FADE to allow the audience to ….  understand that the scene had come to an end, and that time was passing. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama
  9. 9. 8. A director would use SLOW MOTION to allow the audience to ….  understand that the action onscreen was of powerful, dramatic significance. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama
  10. 10. 9. A director would use VISUAL EFFECTS (CGI) to allow the audience to ….  see something on screen that would be very difficult to recreate in reality. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama
  11. 11. 10. A director would use a SOUND BRIDGE to allow the audience to ….  more comfortably move from one visually unrelated scene to another without it jarring. OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama
  12. 12. SCORES:  A: 8 – 10  B: 7  C: 6  D: 5  E: 4  U: 0 – 3 OCR Media Studies for AS Dynamic Learning Network Edition© Hodder Education 2008 Section 2 Chapter 2.4 Editing in television drama

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