Conceiving the rhythms of silence
From the point of view of a film editor, it is important to consider the details of picture and sound in tandem when editing a film. What is visible and audible in the finished product necessarily obscures the work done to reach that point. However, the archaeology beneath the surface is worth investigating if only to confirm how effective or otherwise the symbiosis has been. I will refer to examples taken from both personal experience and observation of the methodology of others.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: National Film and Television School.
Publication date: 2008-08-18
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