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Cross-cutting - Wikipedia


Cross-cutting is an editing technique most often used in films to establish action occurring at the same time in two different locations. In a cross-cut, the camera ...

Parallel Editing - Elements of Cinema


Jul 1, 2014 ... Parallel editing (cross cutting) is the technique of alternating two or more scenes that often happen simultaneously but in different locations.

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Jan 23, 2011 ... "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991) is owned by MGM, and it cannot be copied, shared, reproduced, or broadcast in whole or in part without ...
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Oct 22, 2012 ... An example of parallel editing from The Godfather. ... The History of Cutting - The Birth of Cinema and Continuity Editing - Duration: 14:08.

the relative un·known: Cross Cutting Vs. Parallel Editing


Sep 19, 2012 ... There is a difference between cross cutting and parallel editing and that ... I guess at times this means you could use the term interchangeably ...

film110 / Parallel Editing


Parallel editing (also known as cross-cutting), is a film editing technique of continuity editing that ... "Editing For Subtext: Altering the Meaning of the Narrative.

Parallel Editing Definition - Creative Glossary


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Parallel editing in The Godfather — Critical Commons


An example of parallel editing in The Godfather. ... This sequence from The Godfather provide an example of parallel editing. One event--the christening--is ...

Master the Hollywood Technique of Parallel Editing - PremiumBeat


Feb 24, 2016 ... Parallel editing is a powerful tool for film editors. Here are some classic Hollywood examples of the technique that will show you how to pull it ...