Film editor Terry Rawlings came to Colchester on the 19th of May to talk about his long career and answer questions from the audience. Terry has worked on some very successful films over the last 50 years after starting off as a sound editor. After working with Ridley Scott on Alien, Terry went on to edit film such as Blade Runner, Chariots of Fire, Watership Down and Goldeneye.
A shot-by-shot investigation of the three-way standoff at the climax of Sergio Leone’s The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, revealing mathematical patterns, images of thought, and pure musical rhythm. Enjoy!
A video essay by Max Tohline, 2013.
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Warm thanks to the people over at Rope of Silicon, CinephileArchive [Cinephilia and Beyond], and No Film School for featuring this video on their sites. The writer at Rope of Silicon asserts that I teach at Ohio University. This used to be true, but now I teach at the Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T).