Monthly Archives: October 2013

Editing

One of the most critical processes in the making of a movie is editing.  The compiling together of the scenes, sound and music is really what makes a film successful in my mind.  The cutting during a scene to give … Continue reading

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Miracle at Morgan Creek next up

Wednesday 10/9/13 at the Palm Theatre, we’ll watch Miracle at Morgan Creek. This film came recommended by one of the members of the “class” and seconded by another.  I checked it out and while it hasn’t won any awards, it’s … Continue reading

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more on Bing Crosby

someone asked how many films was he in ?   104 and you can find out more about his life and career at http://www.bingcrosby.com

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Editing in Film . . . or transistions

I made notes yesterday during Going My Way of as many Edit techniques I could find Cut, fade out, fade in, cross dissolve, slide left, slide right, camera dollies behind dark wall – cut, actors walk out of room – … Continue reading

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“Going My Way” today at the Palm Theatre

Winner of 7 Academy awards in 1944, Bing Crosby stars in the Leo McCarey directed film.  I’ve wanted to showcase Bing Crosby for years, ever since I read his biography.  He is clearly the greatest entertainer of the last 100 … Continue reading

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