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Film Editing as Emotion Communication

영화편집론, 감정 커뮤니케이션

  • Received : 2014.07.29
  • Accepted : 2014.10.08
  • Published : 2014.11.28

Abstract

This article discussed emotion and communication at the film editing theory. By editing as a form of communication, audiences response to the new facts of the story or the new shot as its details and then it uses their ability to induce. Lev Kuleshov, by the famous Mozhukin experiment, intended to show that montage draw spectator's inferences on emotion and association beyond content of the individual shots. The continuous editing technologies such as 180-degree rule, matching eye-view and behavior, 30-degree rule, and continuity of sound, light and color, enhance emotion. Point-of-view editing is the main device to maximize the film's emotion. Point-of-view editing serving the purpose of the film narration is a powerful means to practice and to persuade emotion communication.

Keywords

Film Editing;Emotion;Communication;Kuleshov Effect;Point-of-view Editing

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Acknowledgement

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