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Zu Gast am 04.07.14: zu Gast Karen Pearlman Cutting Rhythms


am Freitag, 04.07.14

10:00-16:00 Uhr

Raum 2017 HFF


zu Gast Karen Pearlman  Cutting Rhythms

Vortrag in zwei Teilen



Good Editing is Not Invisible

Editing is often called the ‚art of the invisible‘, but Dr Karen Pearlman, author of Cutting Rhythms, Shaping the Film Edit, proposes that actually that good editing is not invisible. Drawing on theory from her book she introduces the idea that we ’see‘ editing when we see the flow of movement  – the movement of events, emotions, images and sounds. Through discussion, interactive play and screening of short examples of different kinds of editing, this montage forum gets participants seeing editing, talking about editing and developing skills to shape editing as a flow of movement.

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Editing Dance

In her book Cutting Rhythms, Shaping the Film Edit, Dr Karen Pearlman draws on her background as an editor and a dancer to propose that  editing is a form of choreography.  In this montage forum, she and her partner Richard James Allen, of award winning and critically acclaimed Physical TV Company, will screen a selection of their short dancefilms and talk about the special processes and techniques of editing physical movement to bring dance onscreen to life.


Dr Karen Pearlman, author of Cutting Rhythms, Shaping the Film Edit (Focal Press, 2009) is known for her pioneering work in articulating underlying principles concerning what rhythm in film is, how it is shaped and the purpose it serves in modulating cycles of tension and release for viewers. The focus of her research and teaching as Head of Screen Studies at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School is on the connection of theory and practice and making conceptual thinking accessible and useful to practitioners. Many of her ideas about rhythm, editing, and affect derive from her career as a professional dancer on the opera house stages of the world with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, and dancing and choreographing in the theatres, lofts and experimental dance venues of Australia, the USA and Europe. As well as using her understanding of kinesthetic empathy in her theorizing, she applies her choreographic sensibility to her own editing and dramaturgy of the multi award winning dance on screen works made by The Physical TV Company, which she co-directs with Richard James Allen. In 2009 Dr Pearlman was elected President of The Australian Screen Editors Guild (ASE).


Der Vortrag wird in English gehalten.

Hier ist ein Link mit ihren Text zum thema timing-pacing-trajectory zu finden:


Über Euer Kommen freut sich,

Szilvia Ruszev

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Zu Gast am 21.05.14: „The last craftsmen of light“


am Mittwoch, 21.05.14

17:00 Uhr

Raum 1104 HFF


„The last craftsmen of light“

Regie: Ivan Sierra

präsentiert von

Laura Camila Sabogal Espinel










„Their grandparents were errants photographers. Their cameras were magic boxes out of which they drew paper portraits that promised to preserve the innocence of the son, to catch the beloved one, to perpetuate a grandfather, to hunt a piece of time … but the whole picture, sooner or later, is the picture of a dead man, and errant photographers slowly extinguished themselves, their cameras disintegrating by the effect of the chemicals of their work, their occupation fading out with the arrival of new cameras that needed no longer of their hands and their alchemy. Only three of them still remain, standing up, aiming the cameras of their grandparents, getting out of the box the portraits of dead men, moving manually the expiration date of the expertise they inherited and which they do not want to see departing definitely. This is their portrait.“


Ivan Sierra 

I am a filmmaker graduated from Colombia National University, I have a master degree in Teaching. I am writer, producer, director, dop and editor of short and long fictions and documentaries, some of them winners of the national grants for cinema. This is the list of most of them: Dreams and Silence (25 min, documentary, 2000) The Shell of the nut (74 min, fiction, 2003), Bitter road (85 min, fiction, 2008), Asunto de Gallos (16 min, fiction, 2010) The last craftsmen of light (52 min, Documentary, 2013), The Siberia (86 min, Documentary, 20015), Detach and depart (10min, Fiction, 2015), Tell me a western (12min, Fcition, 2015), Wet Cigarrettes (30min, Fiction, 2015).


Laura Camila Sabogal Espinel studiert Montage an der HFF „Konrad Wolf“. Der Film hat sie inspiriert Montage studieren zu wollen.


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