- Main contributor
Indiana U Audio-Visual Center
[motion picture] Presents a number of problems arising in the filming of a person walking into a room to talk to someone. Explains that certain effects can be created in the minds of an audience by the way the sequence is filmed and edited. Uses animation and live action to illustrate examples of variation achieved by changes in camera movement and placement, composition of scene, and cutting during action or at junction points of action. Concludes with scenes selected to form a sequence for audience interpretation.