After the Facts

Research output: Non-traditional research outputDigital or Visual products

Abstract

Editors are powerful. They are also usually invisible. Most editors in early film were women. This short documentary looks at Esfir Shub (1894-1959), credited with inventing the remix film, and shows the groundbreaking work of women editors who profoundly influenced some of the masterpieces of cinemas.

Written and directed by Karen Pearlman.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherThe Physical TV Company
Media of outputFilm
Size5 minutes
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jun 2018

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Keywords

  • Esfir Sub,
  • Dziga Vertov
  • Elizaveta Svilova
  • Editing
  • Kuleshov Effect
  • Editors Effect
  • Women Artists
  • Film Editors
  • remix and documentary film
  • Archive
  • women and media

Cite this

Pearlman, K. (Author). (2018). After the Facts. Digital or Visual products, The Physical TV Company.