A Visual Introduction to Soviet Montage Theory: A Revolution in Filmmaking

Between 1908 and 1913, American filmmaker D. W. Griffith made over 400 movies. Over that time, he, along with his fellow Hollywood directors, developed continuity editing. Using such tools as matching eyelines – cutting so that the actors appear to be looking at each other across different shots – and the 180-degree rule – which … Continue reading A Visual Introduction to Soviet Montage Theory: A Revolution in Filmmaking