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On Film Editing On Film Editing Explains, In Simple Terms, The Principles Of Film Editing, Using Examples And Anecdotes Written In An Informal How To Do It Style, Renowned Director Edward Dmytyrk Shares His Expertise And Experience In Film Editing In An Anecdotal And Philosophical Way In On Film Editing, Dmytryk Contends That Many Technicians And Professionals On The Film Crew From The Cameraman And His Assistants To The Producer And Director Must Understand Film Editing To Produce A Truly Polished Work In This Book He Explains In Layman S Terms The Principles Of Film Editing, Using Examples And Anecdotes From Almost Five Decades In The Film Industry

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • On Film Editing
  • Edward Dmytryk
  • 10 November 2017
  • 0240517385

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10 thoughts on “On Film Editing

  1. says:

    The first chapters of this book are nauseating On and on about how important an editor is which I don t disagree with, but and how editors save films, and how many bad editors there are in Hollywood that lack Dmytryk s brilliance I am considering tossing this book and writing off the 20 odd dollars as a bad investment Dmytryk, please start discussing editing and not how terrible Hollywood is to a man of your genius Ok, this book got better as it went on, but Dmytryk didn t let up on how The first chapters of this book are nauseating On and on about how important an editor is which I don t disagree with, but and how editors save films, and how many bad editors there are in Hollywood that lack Dmytryk s brilliance I am considering tossing this book and writing off the 20 odd dollars as a bad investment Dmytryk, please start discussing editing and not how terrible Hollywood is to a man of your genius Ok, this book got better as it went on, but Dmytryk didn t let up on how everyone else is a dunce This is worth reading if you want to thoroughly understand how to edit It covers some fine points about editing, and although his ego is a bit much, my impression is that Dmytryk is in fact a terrific editor.I wish he had spenttime writing about the details of editing, instead of his stories about Hollywood For instance, there was a fascinating discussion about how the human brain registers a film cut and why it is necessary to repeat a movement when changing from, for instance, a medium shot to a close up More of that would have been better

  2. says:

    as a cinema lover i was interested to know about how they edit a movie and know its nuances.this book does not teach you how to edit,but it makes you think how they edit and the reason for a particular style adopted in a movie.by providing adequate examples and abstracts from original script we are made aware of the role an editor plays.i would recommend this book even to already existing editors as this will raise the level of your creativity.

  3. says:

    For someone wanting to gain an insight into the art of editing this is one very fine book Very practical It is like a textbook or a manual Almost at the opposite end of the spectrum from in the blink of an eye which is also a great book I am going to reread this one soon and jot down notes from it as I am sure I will refer to them even years from now.

  4. says:

    Though it gets a little bit too technical at times, On Film Editing is a great book for those who love the superior quality, effects and nostalgia of celluloid film.

  5. says:

    Really insightful, technical read on editing method.

  6. says:

    Liked it a lot I especially liked his rules I didn t really get a lot out of his examples from scripts, but I suspect that s because it s hard to translate to the written word.

  7. says:

    While a bit dated, I liked that it was such a resourceful book that you could practically fit into your pocket Unfortunately, actual film as as opposed to digital film does not apply to me I like that they make is simple by listing the rules You don t feel as if you have to read everything in depth While that s not my biggest purpose with film editing, it has a helpful ending when it comes to editing scripts The biggest takeaway that I got from this book Cut in the movement and keep ev While a bit dated, I liked that it was such a resourceful book that you could practically fit into your pocket Unfortunately, actual film as as opposed to digital film does not apply to me I like that they make is simple by listing the rules You don t feel as if you have to read everything in depth While that s not my biggest purpose with film editing, it has a helpful ending when it comes to editing scripts The biggest takeaway that I got from this book Cut in the movement and keep everything continuous Sometimes that will actually require removal of frames, but it does wonders for flow Many say that this book is a must own, but I actually found a good deal of these tips in other texts I definitely wouldn t knock having this book, because it s actually good to analyze it and realize what you will or won t need and why as the art and technology of editing evolves Review also posted to

  8. says:

    Prior to the 90s, there were few and far between of books about editing Most involved with the mechanics but even fewer discussed the art Dmytryk whom was an experienced editor laid out the rules and thought process involved Even though some of these are discussed by Eisenstien and others He s summoned up and condensed previous authors into his own philosophy Regardless, what he explains are the core basics of story telling, manipulation of performance and juxtaposition Even though I had r Prior to the 90s, there were few and far between of books about editing Most involved with the mechanics but even fewer discussed the art Dmytryk whom was an experienced editor laid out the rules and thought process involved Even though some of these are discussed by Eisenstien and others He s summoned up and condensed previous authors into his own philosophy Regardless, what he explains are the core basics of story telling, manipulation of performance and juxtaposition Even though I had read this book 15 years ago, sometimes being reminded of the basics brings you back to your center

  9. says:

    If you have any interest in editing, or even a general deeper understanding of filmmaking, this book should be required reading It can be hard to find and a bit expensive to buy, but it is certainly worth it.Here, classical Hollywood legend Edward Dmytryk gives us theory to back up his editing techniques He gives specific examples from his films, and even if you haven t seen them, it still makes sense.

  10. says:

    This book isn t going to tell you how to edit if you have no editing experience It s going to expand on editing theory and give some specific examples of problems and how to solve them It s a book that you definitely want to read and keep in your library.

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