jump cut

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an immediate transition from one scene to another

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With Hellmann tossing in IEDs, murder by car crash, kidnapping, and spooky allusions to the "Deep State," the nightmare confederation of bureaucrats, moneyed interests, and military-industrial-complex honchos controlling the US government, Jump Cut is an easy-to-read mystery inspired by the paranoia-causing NSA-Snowden headlines.
With particular ingenuity, they draw an analogy between the Navajos' jump cuts and the way action is segmented in Navajo verbal grammar.
When a jump cut is used to connect two parts of an interview, it makes clear that a section of the interview has been cut out during the editing.
Herbert Zettl's Sight, Sound, Motion: Applied Media Aesthetics describes the difference in the above situation--one jump cut is intentional, one is not.
Gavin Millar's 1968 addition on the 1950s and 1960s is good at evoking the social fragmentation reflected in postwar European art cinema, while Orpen focuses on the nitty gritty of jump cuts and long takes with which Godard famously charted postwar ennui.
1 meter, jump cuts were allowed between the stem sections with a different grade both when bucking the stems into conventional and short log lengths.
A blink-and-you'll-miss-it jump cut in a scene when Anders says goodbye to a wary Thomas further underlines how well the film has established itself as a 21st-century Norwegian equivalent of a New Wave feature.
And while the camera work and pacy editing look slickly American - with every jump cut accompanied by an emphatically dramatic whoosh - the director and editors are Brits (hurrah
A variety of movie functions, including support for recording of 1920 x 1080/60p full-HD movies and Auto Image Capture during movie recording, as well as new advanced movie functions such as Fast Motion, Jump Cut, and 4-second Movie stimulate user's creative intent.
Among these are a TFT LCD touch screen that enables intuitive operation, built-in Wi-Fi for simple transfer and sharing of high-quality images, and a variety of functions for recording 1920 x 1080/60p full-HD movies, including Fast Motion, Jump Cut, and 4-second Movie.
Having identified a jump cut in the Wenders original, the artist spliced in his own footage, creating a temporal disruption while furthering the narrative and correcting a perceived psychological oversight in the original.
This is exactly what Huyghe's L'ellipse does, for example, when it makes us aware of the function of the jump cut and inserts the actual distance and the time it really takes to move from one place in the story to the next.
Sense is made and unmade experimentally, one camera movement, outrageous jump cut, or scenic flourish at a time: What counts in Tokyo Drifter is the insipid flaneur's powder-bluejacket set in slim relief against the snow, a canary-yellow cabaret and the matching plumage of the canary who sings there, the loopy refrain of the title song.
In a jump cut from the past to the present to the future, they provide the perfect antidote to the historical fantasies pumped out by the mainstream.
If Price,s forte, however, is the jump cut, Trebay's is peripheral vision.