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Montage and Kuleshov Effect


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Montage and Kuleshov Effect

  2. 2. MONTAGE
  3. 3. MONTAGE Juxtaposing images by editing. Two or more images edited together create a third thing, a new meaning that is greater than the sum of its individual parts.
  4. 4. "You can do anything you want with montage. Cinema is simply pieces of film put together in a manner that creates ideas and emotions." Alfred Hitchcock [Interview with Charles Thomas Samuels, 1972]
  5. 5. October, Sergei Eisenstein (1928)
  6. 6. Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin (1936)
  7. 7. The Night of the Hunter, Charles Laughton (1955)
  8. 8. October, Sergei Eisenstein (1928)
  9. 9. Walkabout, Nicholas Roeg (1971)
  11. 11. Days of Heaven, Terrence Malik 1978
  12. 12. Point-of-View Editing: The joining together of a shot of a character with a point-of-view shot to show, in the first shot, a character looking, and in the second, what the character is looking at. Often the point-of- view shot is followed by a third shot, a reaction shot.
  13. 13. “Point-of-view shots can, but don’t always, align viewers with characters. They help to explain the way characters experience the world, validate character interpretations of events, and provide information about motivation.” Maria Pramaggiore and Tom Wallis, Film: A Critical Introduction, 3rd ed., Pearson (2011).
  14. 14. The Godfather, Francis Ford Coppola (1972)
  15. 15. The Kuleshov effect and parallel editing in The Godfather.
  16. 16. JUXTAPOSITION: Parallel Editing & Scene Transitions