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CRITICAL VIEWING. VOCABULARY 12 POWERPOINT – EDITING TECHNIQUES & CONCEPTS. SHOT. an uninterrupted section of film produced by a single running of the camera . SEQUENCE. a series of several scenes that together create a major emotional narrative in a film. CUT.

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Critical viewing

CRITICAL VIEWING

VOCABULARY 12 POWERPOINT – EDITING TECHNIQUES & CONCEPTS


SHOT

  • an uninterrupted section of film produced by a single running of the camera


Sequence
SEQUENCE

  • a series of several scenes that together create a major emotional narrative in a film.


CUT

  • a splicing together of two sections of film; the most abrupt transition between shots.


Montage sequence
MONTAGE SEQUENCE

  • a series of shots edited together to music, developing the theme or emotional mood in a film and to quickly span time, preserving the pace of a film.

Click Video to Play – ‘Rocky IV’


Graphic match or match cut
GRAPHIC MATCH OR MATCH CUT

  • a transitional technique in which two shots are linked by visual, aural, or metaphoric similarities.


Bookends
BOOKENDS

  • scenes at the beginning and end of a film that complement each other and help tie a film together.


Long take
LONG TAKE

  • a shot of long duration, not to be confused with a “long shot.”

Click Video to Play – ‘Goodfellas’


Short take
SHORT TAKE

  • a shot of short duration.


Fade in fade out
FADE-IN (FADE-OUT)

  • a dark screen that gradually brightens as a shot appears.

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Dissolve or mix
DISSOLVE OR MIX

  • a shot transition in which the second image gradually appears on top of the first until the two are blended and the first image gradually disappears.


IRIS

  • a round, constricting lens attachment that closes in the shape of a circle to end or begin a scene.


WIPE

  • a shot transition in which a second shot slides its way into the frame while simultaneously horizontally, vertically, or diagonally pushing out the first.


Cross cutting
CROSS CUTTING

  • the editing technique of alternating, interweaving, or interspersing one narrative scene or sequence with another, usually in different locations to suggest parallel action.


Jump cut
JUMP CUT

  • an abrupt, disorienting transitional device in the middle of a continuous shot in which the action is noticeably advanced in time, either a result of bad editing or done purposefully for artistic effect.

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Rough cut
ROUGH CUT

  • often used in focus-group screening, an early edited version of a film with all the pieces of the film assembled in continuous, sequential order, but without any sophisticated editing; also known as first cut.


Final cut
FINAL CUT

  • the last edited version of a film as it will be released; also referred to as “in the can.”


Continuity
CONTINUITY

  • editing that provides a continuous and clear movement of events/images in a film as if they had occurred continuously when, in fact, they were shot out of sequence; also refers to the degree to which a film is self-consistent without errors.


Diegetic
DIEGETIC

  • meaning “realistic” or “logically existing,” e.g. the music that plays on a character's radio in a scene; more generally, the narrative elements of a film that naturally originate within the content of the film reality; the opposite is “non-diegetic.”


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