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Technique Why would this technique
be used?
Give a detailed film
example and discuss the
purpose of this and the
effect th...
Cutaways Shot inserted between two shots e.g
psycho.
Point of view
shot
Clips showing what the character are
looking at an...
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  1. 1. Technique Why would this technique be used? Give a detailed film example and discuss the purpose of this and the effect this has on the audience. Seamless Seamless editing is where you put two different pieces of film together to create a neat, smooth piece of film that runs into each piece of each other easily. Britney Spears – till the world ends. Continuity editing Often, a part of continuity editing is to suggest or explain cause. A good script (enhanced by good editing) suggests or explains why things happen. For example, in a dramatic production it w ould seem strange to cut to a shot of someone answ ering the phone unless w e had heard the phone ring. A ringing phone brings about a response; the phone is answ ered. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FrdV dKlxUk Motivated A motivated edit or motivated cut as it is also know n, is w hen the scene cuts to another scene or object that w as not in the previous frame. This is done in a discreet manner so as not to come off as jarring to the audience or break the illusion of continuity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liREm 4Zy1Ck Montage Lots of clips showing a period of time often to music. Amazing Spider man 2 – Gwen grave. Jump Cutting Jump cutting is a cut in film editing w here two sequential shots of the same subject are taken fromcamera positions that vary only slightly. This type of edit gives the effect of jumping forwardsin time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuPH F7_eWYk Parallel editing/cross cut Shows action occurring in different places at the same time. They are linked. 180 degree rule Maintains seamless continuity so the audience does not get confused. Splicing Cutting and joining two bits of film relates to old film making by cutting and joining film that were on a reel. Transitions e.g. Dissolve, fade, wipe Changes from 1 shot to another. Such as cut, dissolve, fade and wipe.
  2. 2. Cutaways Shot inserted between two shots e.g psycho. Point of view shot Clips showing what the character are looking at and showing their reaction. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdIF3 etIlYM Shot reverse shot Camera faces at someone then face at you and back to previous character. Used to film conversations. Uses 180 rule. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0xiC IMIwLY Providing and withholding information How much information you provided and keep back the audience engaged. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qj0JD nQIZf0 Editing rhythm Pace of edit. Long takes more than one minute before cutting to the next shot. (Hitchcock) – quick cuts. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MExM 2ZW9h3o Cutting to soundtrack In music video cuts match the beats and tempo. Mainly used in music videos maybe when cutting to each band member. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLps e9Uqwng

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