Editing In Storytelling
by Channel Criswell
If there’s one technique that distinguishes cinema from all other art forms, it’s the craft of editing. Editing can establish pace and atmosphere, strengthen a film’s themes, and dictate the viewer’s emotional response. In this video essay, Channel Criswell discusses what makes editing so unique, and the many techniques editors use to tell stories on screen.
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