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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.
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In celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai ? one of cinema’s most superb and influential achievements ? Richard D. Pepperman presents this elegant book as a master class, and illustrates, with beautiful strokes of insight, how and why this film has inspired generations of filmmakers. Here is a handbook for directors, screenwriters, and editors, and a guide for all curious lovers of cinema. Richard D. Pepperman has worked in film for a half century. His credits include work as an editor, postproduction supervisor, and consultant on features, documentaries, industrials, music videos, and commercials.Richard’s film collaborations have been official selections to many international festivals, including: Aspen, Berlin, Cannes, the Hamptons, Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic), London, Montreal, Munich, Rotterdam, Sitges (Barcelona), Tel Aviv, Tokyo, and Toronto.Richard is the author of The Eye is Quicker. Film Editing: Making a Good Film Better (2004); Setting Up Your Scenes: The Inner Workings of Great Films (2005); Film School: How to Watch DVDs and Learn Everything About Filmmaking (2008); and Illuminations: Memorable Movie Moments (2010), a finalist for the 2011 Best Moving Image Book Award, and selected to the permanent collection of Britain’s National Media Museum.
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