EDIT CHALLENGE – Split Edits/Hospital scene

CINESTUDY (formerly Framelines) presents an Interactive Project and EDIT CHALLENGE!

Anyone can download the raw footage and edit the scene together however you want.

Split Edits, also called L-Cuts/J-Cuts are a common editing technique. This scene is especially tailored to demonstrate this and allow you to practice using split edits.

Below you can read the script and download the footage, then edit your own version of this short scene, and upload it to any sites, as long as you use our complete credits and use the hashtags! We want YOU to be this film’s EDITOR!

DOWNLOAD ALL THE RAW FOOTAGE – CLICK HERE

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hHb61TybP_9YjW_ZWCk4Ta4R3sPEdL2T

We have included all the raw footage for this scene and some sound FX

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LOWER RES FOOTAGE HERE

https://drive.google.com/open?id=178h6gmWzGtW5aOxgmfYlyxYyhF21Fl-B

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Here is the screenplay for the scene:

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EXT. HOSPITAL – DAY

Cars pass by a modern, crisp hospital building.

INT. HOSPITAL – DAY

JANET lies in a hospital bed; her feet twitching and her eyes

roaming. BOB, her husband, stands next to the bed looking

over at her.

BOB

So until that machine gets fixed

there’s a good chance I might be

pulling double shifts for the

foreseeable future.

JANET

I’m sorry about that, honey. Here’s

the doctor.

DOCTOR enters carrying a clipboard.

DOCTOR

The results from your tests came

back and I have some bad news.

BOB

What is it?

DOCTOR

I’m afraid it’s…you have

bronchial carcinoma.

BOB

What? What’s that?

DOCTOR

It’s lung cancer. I can make you

some referrals for an oncologist

for treatment options.

JANET

That’s impossible. I just came in

because I’ve had this cough. For

only two weeks.

DOCTOR

I am sorry.

The DOCTOR exits, leaving JANET and BOB alone to deal with

this news.

BOB

I can’t be working doubles while

you’re dealing with this. It’s hard

enough at the shop as it is.

JANET turns away from BOB.

BOB (CONT’D)

And how are the kids going to

handle this? Oh Janet, you don’t

deserve something like this.

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All you have to do is use the credits, either on screen on in the description. A lot of people put in the time and talent to make these clips for everyone to use, so please don’t forget to credit them.

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HOSPITAL – L CUTS SCENE

starring

Mike Maletic

Jocelyn Tanis

and Jim Foreman

Director – Peter John Ross

Cinematographer – Greg Sabo

Producers – Peter John Ross

Greg Sabo

Co-Producer – Mike Maletic

Camera Operators – Greg Sabo and Zach Sabo

Gaffer – Jon Spannhake

Grips – Steve Steinmetz

Joseph Fuller

Boom Operator – Micah Jenkins

Production Assistant – Brad Sherman

2nd Assistant Director – Cordelia Calrissian DeVille

Editor – [b]PLACE YOUR NAME HERE![/b]

Lighting provided by Zabolights

http://www.zabolight.com

Cameras provided by 4K Cine

http://www.4kcine.com

Props provided by Production Partners Media

http://www.productionpartnersmedia.com

Post Production Facilities provided by Sonnyboo Productions

http://www.sonnyboo.com

Shot on Location at

JMO Studios

Rossland

Special thanks

TJ Cooley

Scott Spears

#cinestudy

https://www.facebook.com/cinestudy/

© Copyright  Sonnyboo™ All Rights Reserved ®

CINESTUDY/FRAMELINES is brought to you in part by

The Greater Columbus Arts Council

The Ohio Arts Council

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Once you’re done, feel free and upload to any free video site. You can let us take a look by using the hashtags #cinestudy #framelinestv

TECH TIP – L Cut Split Edits from CINESTUDY (formerly Framelines) on Vimeo.

This project used to appear at
http://framelines.tv/modules/news/article.php?storyid=179

 

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