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Shaping Edits, Creating Fractals

A Cinematic Case Study

James E. Cutting and Karen Pearlman

The authors of this article came together to exploit a felicitous opportunity. Karen Pearlman is a filmmaker and, among many other things, has produced, directed, and edited a short historical drama, Woman with an Editing Bench (2016). Example

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Ivan Mozzhukhin’s Acting Style

Beyond the Kuleshov Effect

Johannes Riis

experiment, the “Kuleshov effect,” has often been uncritically taken to demonstrate the power of editing in bringing out emotions with or despite blank or inexpressive close-ups. The concept of a Kuleshov effect is typically presented in courses on film

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Karen Pearlman

This article considers the cognitive complexity of creative decision making in film editing. It asks, would it be productive for cognitive scholars of the moving image to investigate the perceptual, affective, and cognitive impact of editing on

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Twofoldness in Moving Images

The Philosophy and Neuroscience of Filmic Experience

Joerg Fingerhut

lens movements or editing) do not require awareness of marks on a token surface but encompass the patterns contained in the light that is reflected or projected from a screen: we engage with a succession of frames that constitutes a configurational

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Thierry Groensteen

years of editing Les Cahiers , I wrote only one other book, which was commissioned. A small Paris-based press that I had previously never heard of, M.A. Éditions, were positioning themselves to compete with the famous ‘Que sais-je? ’ series by

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Joerg Fingerhut

before the cut ( Ildirar and Schwan 2015 ; Schwan and Ildirar 2010 ). Subjects exposed to TV and Hollywood cinema, on the other hand, have incorporated such filmic perceptual patterns as second nature to the extent that they exert “edit blindness” for

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Stephen Prince

When Sam Peckinpah turned over his raw footage for Ride the High Country

(1962) to the MGM studio editor, she declared that the material he had filmed

for the final gunfight was incompetent and that it could not be edited together

in a coherent way. Viewed today, the scene does not seem especially

transgressive in its treatment of continuity, but in that earlier period when

studio editing rules were more conservative, Peckinpah’s disregard for standardized

camera set-ups and conventional coverage perplexed and infuriated

MGM’s editor.

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David Gerard

A Bibliography of Books Written or Edited by John Lucas in Chronological Order

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Paul Messaris, Cynthia Freeland, Sheena Rogers, Malcolm Turvey, Greg M. Smith, Daniel T. Levin, Alicia M. Hymel, and Tim J. Smith

CONTINUITY AND ITS DISCONTENTS

Paul Messaris

CONTINUITY, NARRATIVE, AND CROSS-MODAL CUING OF ATTENTION

Cynthia Freeland

AUTEUR OF ATTENTION: THE FILMMAKER AS COGNITIVE SCIENTIST

Sheena Rogers

THE CONTINUITY OF NARRATIVE COMPREHENSION

Malcolm Turvey

CONTINUITY IS NOT CONTINUOUS

Greg M. Smith

MAKING THE CASE FOR NONPREDICTIVE CONTINUITY PERCEPTION

Daniel T. Levin and Alicia M. Hymel

EXTENDING ATOCC: A REPLY

Tim J. Smith

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An Unpublished Manuscript by Durkheim

‘On the General Physics of Law and Morality, 4th Year of the Course, 1st Lecture, December 2, 1899, Course Outline: On Penal Sanctions’

Émile Durkheim, edited and translated by François Pizarro Noël, and Ronjon Paul Datta

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This is the first English translation of Durkheim's lecture for the first class of the fourth and final year of his course ‘On the General Physics of Law and Morality’. The content from the previous year's course is contained in Professional Ethics and Civic Morals (Durkheim [1950] 1992). Durkheim discusses the importance of a special theory of sanctions and provides a typology of their negative and positive forms. He makes a case for the sociology of penalties and responsibilities, one based on the examination of their external and visible characteristics. Crucially, Durkheim displaces the ostensible causal importance of the intentions of juridical subjects, whether legislators or wrong-doers. The translation is accompanied by an extended critical introduction by R. P. Datta and Fr. Pizarro Noël.