The cinema as a graphic art : on a theory of representation in the cinema (1959)

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THE CINEMA AS A GRAPHIC ART 65. Editing cut-in. A cloud covers the moon. "Ji direction of the cloud is indicated on the scheme b\i dotted arrow. 66. The shadow of the ' Horseman the frame along the same diagonal. passes acre 67. The ' Horseman's leap \ Effected by 1 editing formula ' of three pieces. First piece : horse's hoof strongly foreshortened with extreme opti distortion. 67a. Second cutting piece. The horse's muz:: 1 strongly foreshortened with extreme optical distortion. 67b. Third cutting piece. Peter's outstretched ar composed perspectively, along the diagonal of the fran The wrist is disproportionately enlarged, owing to optical distortion. (Taken with lens of 25 mm. fa; length.) 68. Part of the Neva embankment seen on t horizon. On the left side is a corner of a house. Lor shot taken from an upper viewpoint. Eugene across the frame and disappears round the corner of t house. On the scheme the direction of his run is in cated by a dotted line. At the point marked by a en he makes a turn. IOO