EDITING
To familiarise myself with the media terminology for editing.
To analyse the different effects on a film through t...
Editing for mood & tone
• What do we find out about a film through the
way it is edited?
Editing for realism
• To construct the illusion of reality
through 'invisible’ processes such as:
• continuity editing;
• ...
Editing to show a passage of time
• to show the passage of time through
visual effects or transitions:
• dissolve,
• fade ...
Editing to show simultaneous
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•
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•
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to represent simultaneous activity:
insert;
cutaway,
cross-cutting,
parallel editi...
Editing to disrupt
• to disrupt or challenge the viewer’s
expectations:
• jump-cut,
• montage editing,
• post-production s...
Editing for pace
• What’s the pace and rhythm of editing
in these sequences?
Try:
• - counting the shots to gauge the
vari...
Compare the pace of edits…
The terminology:
• dissolve, fade in, fade out or to black;
wipe, slow motion or fast-forward;
short or long takes; flashb...
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  • Editing for: realism? passage of time? simultaneous activity? to disrupt?
  • Lesson on Editing

    1. 1. EDITING To familiarise myself with the media terminology for editing. To analyse the different effects on a film through the editing. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of media concepts, using terminology appropriately and with accurate and coherent written expression. STARTER • What is editing?
    2. 2. Editing for mood & tone • What do we find out about a film through the way it is edited?
    3. 3. Editing for realism • To construct the illusion of reality through 'invisible’ processes such as: • continuity editing; • the 180-degree rule; • shot-reverse-shot; • match on action; • eyeline match.
    4. 4. Editing to show a passage of time • to show the passage of time through visual effects or transitions: • dissolve, • fade in, fade out or to black; • wipe, slow motion or fast-forward; • short or long takes; • flashback
    5. 5. Editing to show simultaneous • • • • • to represent simultaneous activity: insert; cutaway, cross-cutting, parallel editing
    6. 6. Editing to disrupt • to disrupt or challenge the viewer’s expectations: • jump-cut, • montage editing, • post-production special effects.
    7. 7. Editing for pace • What’s the pace and rhythm of editing in these sequences? Try: • - counting the shots to gauge the variety of shot lengths and variations in pace. • - mapping the edit points in a diagram to get the ‘shape’ of the sequence.
    8. 8. Compare the pace of edits…
    9. 9. The terminology: • dissolve, fade in, fade out or to black; wipe, slow motion or fast-forward; short or long takes; flashback. • jump-cut, montage editing, postproduction special effects. • insert; cutaway, cross-cutting, parallel editing. • continuity editing; the 180-degree rule; shot-reverse-shot; match on action; eyeline match.
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