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  • EMC / JOUR 3000 INTRO TO MOTION PICTURES Edward Bowen Lecture Four - The Technical Dimension Intershot Communication
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication –
    • Any variable that takes place between shots; the relation of one shot to the next, or many shots to each other. Editing.
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication –
    • Any variable that takes place between shots; the relation of one shot to the next, or many shots to each other. Editing.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GdYMEvbje8
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication –
    • Any variable that takes place between shots; the relation of one shot to the next, or many shots to each other. Editing. “All That Jazz”
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Building Blocks
    • Frame – The individual sequential images that make up motion pictures; a single photograph on a strip of film.
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Building Blocks
    • Frame – The individual sequential images that make up motion pictures; a single photograph on a strip of film.
    • Dailies – The raw unedited footage shot in a single day.
    • Take – The result of one operation of the motion picture or video camera; footage created between “roll camera” and “cut.”
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Building Blocks
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1Q1EH3wBl8
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Building Blocks
    • Shot – In the final edited film, the continuous and uninterrupted material between editing transitions.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpa4WUw74XE 22:42
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Transition – The technique used to connect two shots together.
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Transition – The technique used to connect two shots together.
    • Cut - The direct connection of the two shots. Nothing comes between. One shot ends and the other begins. (Straight cut)
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Cut
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Transition – The technique used to connect two shots together.
    • Cut - The direct connection of the two shots. Nothing comes between. One shot ends and the other begins. (Straight cut)
    • Soft Cut - One that does not call attention to itself. You may not even notice that the shot has changed. (Cutting on action, continuity, matched action, motivated cutting). “Casablanca” “ Singin ’ in the Rain ”
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Transition – The technique used to connect two shots together.
    • Cut - The direct connection of the two shots. Nothing comes between. One shot ends and the other begins. (Straight cut)
    • Soft Cut - One that does not call attention to itself. You may not even notice that the shot has changed. (Cutting on action, continuity, matched action, motivated cutting). “Casablanca” “ Singin ’ in the Rain ”
    • Hard Cut - One that calls attention to itself. You notice that the image has changed. Bam! (abrupt, abrasive, discontinuous). Panic on the Beach “ Jaws, ” Shower Scene “ Psycho, ” “ Battleship Potemkin ”
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Transition – The technique used to connect two shots together.
    • Cut - The direct connection of the two shots. Nothing comes between. One shot ends and the other begins. (Straight cut)
    • Soft Cut - One that does not call attention to itself. You may not even notice that the shot has changed. (Cutting on action, continuity, matched action, motivated cutting).
    • Hard Cut - One that calls attention to itself. You notice that the image has changed. Bam! (Discontinuity)
    • Jump Cut – A hard cut that creates a displacement in time and space. Disjointed.
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Jump Cut – A hard cut that creates a displacement in time and space. Disjointed.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0nM4-oYEGU
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Fade - A fade-out is the image in a shot going dark. A fade-in is a dark screen brightening into a clear image. Traditionally used to suggest changes in time and place. “Casablanca”
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Fade - A fade-out is the image in a shot going dark. A fade-in is a dark screen brightening into a clear image. Traditionally used to suggest changes in time and place.
    • Dissolve - An overlapping transition between two shots in which for a period of time both shots are seen. That is, there is a double image or superimposition of the two shots as one fades out and another fades in overtop.
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Punctuation and Transitions
    • Dissolve
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFrVnOM23Sc
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Building Blocks
    • Shot – In the final edited film, the continuous and uninterrupted material between editing transitions.
    • Scene - The smallest narrative unit of time, place, action. The action in a single location and continuous time. Unity of time and place.
    • The last scene at the airport in “Casablanca.”
    • The party scene in “ Singin ’ in the Rain. ”
    • The beach scene when the Kitner boy is killed in “Jaws.”
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Building Blocks
    • Sequence – a) A series of scenes which comprise a distinct narrative unit, usually connected either by unity of action, theme, location or time;
    • b) events that take place in various locations in continuous time, or in various times in a consistent location.
    • Rescue scene from “Birth of a Nation”
    • Paris flashback from “Casablanca”
    • Gotta Dance from “ Singin ’ in the Rain ”
    • Training from “Rocky”
    • Promenade (Tourists on the Menu) from “Jaws”
    • Heist from “Ocean’s Eleven”
    • The Three Level Shared Dream from “Inception”
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Concepts
    • Editing - The process of joining all of the bits of film together to constitute the completed motion picture.
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Concepts
    • Editing - The process of joining all of the bits of film together to constitute the completed motion picture.
    • Montage – The art of creating emotional or narrative impact through editing.
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Concepts
    • Editing - The process of joining all of the bits of film together to constitute the completed motion picture.
    • Montage – The art of creating emotional or narrative impact through editing; the whole being more than the sum of the parts.
    • The Odessa Steps in “The Battleship Potemkin”
    • Watching the Neighbors in “Rear Window”
    • The Shower Scene in “Psycho”
    • Panic on the Beach in “Jaws”
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Concepts
    • Cutting within a scene (“ innercutting, ” “ intracutting, ” intercutting) - The process of using cut-ins to develop the narrative within a scene; cutting between details within a scene.
    http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/80550/Casablanca-video-clip-Capt-Renault-makes-a-wager-with-Rick-.html
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Concepts
    • Cutting within a scene (“ innercutting, ” “ intracutting, ” intercutting) - The process of cutting between angles, views and details within a scene to develop the scene’s narrative.
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Concepts
    • Cutting within a scene
    • “ Requiem for a Dream” (2000)
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Concepts
    • Crosscutting (Intercutting). Cutting back and forth between two different locations or among several different locations (often in parallel or simultaneous action), or times, or dream dimensions.
    • The Rescue from “Birth of a Nation”
    • The Baptism from “The Godfather”
    • The Three Level Shared Dream from “Inception”
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Concepts
    • Flashcutting. Using cuts that are so brief that they are barely perceptible to the human eye. Sometimes called subliminal cutting when used to establish a psychological subtext. “The Exorcist”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TD0RJ_iuBPo
  • Technology of Motion Pictures
    • Intershot Communication – Concepts
    • “ The Cutting Edge – The Magic of Movie Editing”