In Average Shot LengthOne Sheets
On 06, Sep 2013 |
| In Average Shot Length, One Sheets | By vashi
7 effective and very differently paced films.
Until next time…
Tags | average shot length, editing, filmmaking
September 16, 2013
I don’t remember “Children of Men” to be such a slow edit – I guess that’s a testament to the power of it’s editing. On the other hand, I definitely remember Taken 2, and not exactly with the same fondness.
September 19, 2013
I wonder what was the ASL of Bourne series!:p
@Charlie, “Children of Men” used extremely long takes! There was a lot of explosions and action during those shots, that’s probably why you didn’t notice 🙂
September 22, 2013
How are you figuring this out?
I would love to know if you have an automated way?
And, how you figured out the shots in films as well.
September 24, 2013
Tim – Some of the films I measured myself and the others I used the research of Barry Salt and Cinemetrics.
I storyboard movies all the time, (using screenshots). I go through them frame by frame, and make up shot lists of what they filmed, etc.
I was reeeeally hoping you were going to have some magic automated way of figuring out edits 🙂
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