Chapter 11 Video Links
Most directors will tell you that a good movie requires good editing.
Editing often requires the writer to cut much of what you’ve already written.
Brandon Pinard, from Videomaker magazine, discusses some common transitions.
In the movie Star Trek, the audience sees a long fly-by glimpse of the new U.S.S. Enterprise at the same time the main characters do.
This essay about the pencil was produced by students trying to make an explicit argument (through the persona of Nicholas Cage).
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