Cross-cutting is a type of film editing that

0 votes
   
     causes the camera to move across the scene from one side to another.
     forces the editor to cut episodes that occur before the start of the film.
     allows the editor to move back and forth between two separate events.
     causes the film to be cut apart, then pieced back together with a new film.
     pits long shots against extreme close-ups.
asked Apr 11, 2013 in Art by anonymous
    

1 Answer

0 votes
allows the editor to move back and forth between two separate events.
answered Apr 13, 2013 by ModernMoon ~Expert~ (1,835 points)

Related questions




...