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July 9, 2012


What is film editing?

On set, films are not shot exactly the way we view them in a movie theatre, or on our television sets at home. In fact, films are often shot from many different angles, in the opposite order, and many times over again (when an actor says the wrong line, or when the boom accidentally drops into the shot). After the shoot is done, someone needs to go over all the footage and cut out all the bad takes, and choose the good ones, and putsit in the right order. This is just the beginning of what an editor does in the cutting room. When they're done, they have made the film that you see in theatres or in your living room...


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