1. Classical Continuity Editing in Miike Takashi's cinema


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    This video essay explores Classical Continuity Editing in Miike Takashi's cinema by analyzing a scene of Deadly Outlaw: Rekka (2002).

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    • Continuity Editing Video


      from Ashley Wilhelm / Added

      All I wanted was: Screen direction, continuity, clean images, good exposure, a bit of fun.

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      • Giulia and Tristan Run Some Errands


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        moving image 1 continuity assignment (narrative) script by jimmy joe roche directed edited etc by giulia alvarez-katz starring giulia alvarez-katz + tristan hudson mica film & video 2014 life round here - james blake qiu ye - bai guang (2014)

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        • The Date


          from Jared Fischler / Added

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          An experiment in continuity editing

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          • Film Montage Editing - Bipolar Disoder


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            The idea I want to discuss for my montage video project is about the social interaction of people who is suffering from bipolar disorder, and also about how the person identifies his/herself individually.

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            • Not Parkour Video


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              A continuity editing Assignment

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              • Incoming Call


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                A stereotypical action movie interrogation is interrupted after a certain person calls. Written, Directed and Edited by Jordan Hill Starring - Josh Kelly, Sue Bradshaw, William Hill Audio / Boom Op - Brandon Hendrix Music by Kevin MacLeod A short continuity-based film for my Digital Field Production course.

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                • The History of Cutting - The Birth of Cinema and Continuity Editing


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                  Cinema began as a novelty - projecting dancing shadows on a screen of simple every day scenes. But through the contributions of talented artists, a new cinematic language of editing emerged. Trace the development of editing from The Lumiere Brothers through Georges Méliès, Edwin S. Porter, and D.W Griffith. Continue this History of Cutting with The Soviet Montage Theory: https://vimeo.com/86462452 This lesson is proudly sponsored by: BlackMagicDesign.com Creating the world's highest quality solutions for the feature film, post production and television broadcast industries. If you like this lesson you may like: The Evolution of Modern Non-Linear Editing: Part 1 - From Tape To Digital https://vimeo.com/66531658 The History of Hollywood Censorship and the Ratings System https://vimeo.com/80528838 The History and Science of the Slit Scan Effect used in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey https://vimeo.com/71702374 The Origins and Formatting of Modern Screenplays https://vimeo.com/67418669

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                  • (un)reliable (un)reliability – or, Perceptual Subversions of the Continuity Editing System [an essay video]


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                    ** If you are using my video for educational purposes, please let me know! (For referential and research purposes) Also, feel free to contact me with interesting examples of video essaying or feedback on this video ** ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Reliable Unreliability vs Unreliable Reliability or, Perceptual Subversions of the Continuity Editing System ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Essay Video for the master's course Arts & Cultural Change / dr. M. Kiss / University of Groningen / 2013 / by Thomas van den Berg / s1645269 / This video is an attempt to work an academic case study with solid theoretical footing into a container where audiovisual rhetoric is employed. Therefore, implications entail both furthering the essay video-format, as well as reflections on artifice in the technique surrounding conventional(ized) narrative film. By means of a casestudy on Michael Walker's "Chasing Sleep" (2000) I propose to reconsider the definition of 'unreliable narrative', and additionally seek to problematize our reliance on an artificial system of storytelling which is wrongly considered analogous to our ecological perceptual system. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– – Introduction [00'00"] – Reflection on 'essay' and audiovisualcy, differentiating the forms and prospects [01'10"] – Demarcation of case study: Michael Walker's "Chasing Sleep" (2000) [03'54"] – Theoretical framework concerning ecological perception vs continuity editing, and ecological perception of continuity editing [06'40"] – Analysis of salient phenomena found in "Chasing Sleep" [17'20"] – Discussion and conclusion [31'11"] – References & post scripta [35'55"] (total runtime: 36'49") ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NB: this video contains copyrighted material which I do not own. All rights reserved. * rectification: the mention of 'dusk' should be 'dawn' *** CONTAINS SPOILERS for Michael Walker's 'Chasing Sleep' (2000) *** Fair use is codified at Section 107 of the Copyright Act Under the fair use doctrine, it is not an infringement to use the copyrighted works of another in some circumstances, such as for commentary, criticism, news reporting, or educational use.

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                    • The anatomy of editing


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                      From the book Videomaking - The Grammar Revealed

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