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Editing: The Illusion of Continuity. Edit: To select and arrange processed segments of motion-picture film. Continuity Editing: Film editing that maintains an uninterrupted time, action and setting within each scene of a narrative film.

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Edit: To select and arrange processed segments of motion-picture film.Continuity Editing: Film editing that maintains an uninterrupted time, action and setting within each scene of a narrative film.


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Classical Hollywood Style: a complex collection of formal and thematic elements that became basic to Hollywood filming by the early teensElements of Classical Hollywood Style:Continuity cutting (180-degree rule; shot/reverse shot; over-the-shoulder cutting); happy endings; psychologically-motivated characters; villains getting punished; women becoming wives and mothers





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A fine example of theClassical Hollywood styleof editing can be found in the 1941 classic Meet John Doe. In this sequence, a newspaper editor waits for his star reporter…


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Establishing Shot: A shot—typically at the beginning of a scene—that establishes the whole space (examples - Initial two-shot of characters in dialogue; image of entire room of people; city or landscape when where film takes place)


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Two-shot: a shot composed of two people

Shot/Reverse Shot: Any pair of shots in which the second shot reveals what is on the other side of the previous shot

Takes: shots made during the production of a film

Eyeline Matches: continuity editing dictates that if a character is looking in a certain direction in one shot, he/she should be looking in the same direction in the following shot

180-Degree Rule

Over-the-Shoulder Cutting

(aspects of Classical Hollywood Style)










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Another Over-the-Shoulder Shot from Actress’s P.O.V. (notice 180-Degree Rule) – More intimacy


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Another Over-the-Shoulder Shot from Actor’s P.O.V. (notice 180-Degree Rule) – Maintaining intimacy


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Return of the Establishing Shot - Equilibrium 180-Degree Rule) – Maintaining intimacy


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Long Shot: 180-Degree Rule) – Maintaining intimacy Shot in which the subject is seen in its entirety; much of its surrounding are visible

Cutaway Shot: A shot that briefly interrupts the visual presentation of a subject to show something else


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Match Cut 180-Degree Rule) – Maintaining intimacyJump CutFade-out; fade-inLap DissolveWipeSuperimpositionAction & Reaction ShotsParallel EditingFast Cutting & Slow CuttingMontage


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parallel editing or crosscutting 180-Degree Rule) – Maintaining intimacy (two stories told simultaneously with inter-cutting)


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