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Cutting rhythms : shaping the film edit

Cutting rhythms : shaping the film edit

Author: Karen Pearlman
Publisher: New York : Focal Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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CHAPTER 8 Event Rhythm; First Scenes; Dramatic Questions; Structures as Event Patterns; Energy, Pace, and Timing; Creating Structure and Rhythm Simultaneously; Real Events v. Fictional Events; Reintegrating Rhythms; Case Study: The Godfather; Case Study: Goodfellas; Summary; CHAPTER 9 Style; Thematic Montage; Continuity Cutting; Points along the Spectrum from Thematic Montage to Continuity Cutting; Collision;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Pearlman
ISBN: 9781317516422 1317516427
OCLC Number: 932622848
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Ch. 1. Rhythmic intuition --
ch. 2. Editing as choreography --
ch. 3. Timing, pacing, and trajectory phrasing --
ch. 4. Tension, release, and synchronization --
ch. 5. Physical, emotional, and event rhythms --
ch. 6. Physical rhythm --
ch. 7. Emotional rhythm --
ch. 8. Event rhythm --
ch. 9. Style --
ch. 10. Devices --
ch. 11. Collaboration and the Vulcan mind meld --
ch. 12. Editing thinking and onscreen drafting.
Responsibility: Karen Pearlman.

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CHAPTER 8 Event Rhythm; First Scenes; Dramatic Questions; Structures as Event Patterns; Energy, Pace, and Timing; Creating Structure and Rhythm Simultaneously; Real Events v. Fictional Events; Reintegrating Rhythms; Case Study: The Godfather; Case Study: Goodfellas; Summary; CHAPTER 9 Style; Thematic Montage; Continuity Cutting; Points along the Spectrum from Thematic Montage to Continuity Cutting; Collision; Linkage; Points along the Spectrum from Collision to Linkage; Style Case Studies; Contemporary Style: After the New Wave; Summary; CHAPTER 10 Devices; Parallel Action
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"Karen's insights about the flow of story, emotion, image and sound have helped me at all stages of filmmaking, from onscreen drafting to fine cutting." - Genevieve Clay-Smith, multi-award winning Read more...

 
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