There are some key differences in editing for the giant screen as compared to other formats, especially television. They are worth repeating:


Films made specifically for the giant screen are most successful when edited at a slower pace than conventional movies or TV, because it takes more time for the audience to absorb all of the visual information on the giant screen.

Camera Moves

Fast pans and camera moves are likely to cause discomfort, or even nausea, in the audience, because of strobing or extreme motion parallax between the closest and furthest objects in the frame, among other issues.

Visual imperfections will be magnified on a giant screen.


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