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  • Post Production Film EditingEditing is the work of selecting two or more shots to create a finished film.

    Post production film editing is the editing done after all of the filming has taken place by the editor or director.

  • Post Production Film Editing in the film Pulp FictionMovie TimelineActual TimelineRestaurant pre-robberyTo the apartment to get briefcaseButch gets orders to throw fightVincent and Jules enter bar in shorts and t-shirtsVincent picks up MiaDate at Jack Rabbit Slims/overdoseButch as a boy/pre-fightButch escapes and Mia thanks Vincent for the dateButch is home and then goes for watchButch kills VincentButch hits Marcellus with his carButch kills Zed and leaves townButch and Jules are in apartment Jules states he is quitting/Marvins deathJimmies house/The WolfNew clothes from JimmieBreakfast at the restaurant/robberyGo to leave off case/ End

    Butch as a boyIn the car to the apartmentGetting the briefcaseVincent states he is quitting/ Marvins deathJimmies house/ The WolfRestaurant pre-robberyBreakfast at the restaurant/ robberyThey deliver the briefcase to Marcellus/ Butch gets ordersVincent and Mia date/overdoseButch escapes and Mia thanks Vincent for dateButch goes back for watchButch kills VincentButch hits Marcellus with carButch kills Zed and rides off/ End of chronological film

  • The ending of the film

  • MONTAGE SEQUENCEA series of short movie clips in order to advance the film in a short period of time.

  • Montage in Army of Darkness

  • Film Editing TechniquesCutaway- An interruption of a continuously filmed action and inserting a newContinuity Editing- Smooth flowing shots Cross-Cutting- alternating between 2 or more shotsFade- Transition between shots that dissolve into a single color

    Key, Keying- Compositing two or more full frame images together180 Degree Rule- Rule stating that two characters in the same scene should always have left/right relations to each other.

  • Walter Murch's six main film editing criteria1. Emotion- Does the cut reflect the reaction?2. Story- Does the cut advance the story?3. Rhythm- Does the cut occur rhythmically sound?4. Eye-Trace- Does the cut follow the audiences eye focus?5. 2-Dimensional Place on Screen- Does the cut follow the 180 degree rule?6. 3-Dimensional Space of Action- Is the cut true to the action?

  • Editing Techniques in the film Requiem for a Dream

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