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Montage Psychotheatrics

  • Rob Allen
  • Nina Krebs

Abstract

Montage, a special effect that fast forwards, rearranges and transforms, appeared early in film-making to elevate movies from documentation to magic. A scene appears, dissolves and reappears transformed. A variation on this theme can happen in real life.

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Notes

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© Rob Allen and Nina Krebs 2007

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  • Rob Allen
  • Nina Krebs

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