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Out of Order: Storytelling Techniques for Video and Cinema Editors by Ross Hockrow

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Appendix. Film and TV Show References

Following is a list of films and TV shows I reference in the book to illustrate a principle of editing executed at the highest level. These examples have had great influence on my personal editing style. If you watch some, or all, of these films, you’ll be better able to connect them to the ideas in the book. If you can only commit to a couple, study both The Social Network and Moneyball, which execute some of the most important concepts.

21 Grams (2003)

Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu

Film Editing: Stephen Mirrione

• Chapter 3

25th Hour (2002)

Director: Spike Lee

Film Editing: Barry Alexander Brown

• Chapter 2

Any Given Sunday (1999)

Director: Oliver Stone

Film Editing: Stuart Levy, Tom Nordberg, ...

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