December 6, 2010, 03:18 PM
Screen editing is often described as 'the invisible art', but according to Dr Karen Pearlman, President of the Australian Screen Editors Guild (ASE), there's nothing invisible about it. "Good editing is visible in the form of good story," she says emphatically. "When you have emotional engagement with the characters, or when you see something that's visually exciting or spectacular, then you're watching good editing. The edits aren't visible, but the results certainly are!"
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