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  • Full circle- The flipcam effect and when to stop

    Full circle- The flipcam effect and when to stop

    October 13, 2010, 12:59 pm
    It wasn't until the concept of dramatic editing was stumbled across that cinema as we know it was born, and the world fell in love with the silver screen. It was actually Edwin S Porter who first grabbed audiences and dragged them into an more exciting world of tension and emotion with 'Life of an American Fireman (1902/03)'. It is in this film that the first example of cross-cutting between 2 separate lines of action can be seen.

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