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"J. Emmett Winn" <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 26 Jan 1998 11:55:41 -0600
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Bordwell and Thompson's FILM ART: An Introduction (5th edition) has a very
helpful chapter on the aesthetic dimensions of editing.  It's chapter
Eight/ The Realtion of Shot to Shot: Editing (pp. 270-310).  The sections
included are:
What Editing Is, Dimensions of Film Editing, Continuity Editing, &
Alternatives to Continuity Editing.  This may be of some help.
At 05:21 PM 1/23/98 -0500, you wrote:
>I was seeking a recommendation for a text(book).  I teach a class in video
>(field) production. In this class students are expected to do some
>editing.  Can you recommend a book that explains for beginners the history
>and fundamental principles of editing (in film and/or video) as developed
>in Hollywood? I am not looking for books that explain technical dimensions
>(i.e. equipment), but a book that explains the aesthetic dimensions of
>editing.  Any recommendation whatsoever is greatly appreciated.  Thanks
>Mehdi Semati
>Michigan Technological University
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J. Emmett Winn
Film Studies Instructor
Department of Communication
217 Tichenor Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5211
Phone: 334-844-2761
Fax: 334-844-4665
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