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Browsing Theses/Dissertations - Communication Studies by Subject "Film editing."

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  • Moore, Dakota Maverick. (, )
    The editing process of a narrative film shares many artistic similarities to directing. Through a critical examination of the editing process for the film In Paradise, this thesis will highlight the directorial aspects of ...
  • Hall, Grant M. (, )
    Editing is a unique aspect of the filmmaking process that involves crafting production footage and audio into a cohesive story. The editor must also approach the film with an objective eye in order to craft the best ...
  • Shen, Patrick C. (, )
    Well-edited films are deeply rooted in the concepts of rhythm and pace. Many film editors argue that this sense of rhythm and pace is born out of a generalized sense of “intuition.” This concept of intuition is very rarely ...

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