Editing as Punctuation in Film
by Max Tohline
There is no 1-1 correspondence between any formal technique in film and any possible meaning: practically anything can be made to mean practically anything. Max Tohline takes a few moments to discuss the potential of unconventional editing, a form with the possibility to create new modes of thinking.
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