Did you ever want to know how to apply simple and practical work techniques to all that film editing theory? Here is an authentic ‘How To Guide’ to make you a better editor of film or video. This is the most comprehensive book on the principles, methods and strategies vital to the creative art of film editing.
The information presented in The Eye is Quicker is adaptable to all tools and technologies. This vibrant approach to teaching editing uses dozens of examples from a wide array of films with terrific sequences. Pepperman makes clear what is constant in all great work and gives you all the tips you need to achieve your own greatness.
The Eye is Quicker: Film Editing: Making A Good Film Better is indispensable for screenwriters, directors and, of course, film and video editors.
With sound becoming more important in cinema exhibition and DVD release, this book offers user-friendly knowledge and stimulating exercises to help compose a story, develop characters and create emotion through skilful creation of the sound track. Psychoacoustics, music theory, voice study and analysis of well-known films expand perception, imagination and the musical skills of the reader.
This groundbreaking book takes the reader behind the closed doors of the editing room where Sam O’Steen along with some of the world’s top directors controlled the fate of many legendary films. Editors don’t usually sit on movie sets, but Sam was there through the entire shoot and his editing tales are spiced with juicy anecdotes about exotic locations and colorful producers, directors, and stars.
The book shares his editing tales spiced with juicy anecdotes about exotic locations, colorful producers, dynamic directors and Hollywood’s biggest stars such as Jack Nicholson, Paul Newman and Liz Taylor. As told to Bobbie O’Steen (Sam’s wife and assistant editor), who works in New York as a successful writer and editor.