Bridging shot

An intermediate sequence used to establish a visual connection between two otherwise disconnected scenes in a story

A bridging shot is an intermediate sequence used to establish a visual connection between two otherwise disconnected scenes in a story. For example: a jump in time or place or other similar discontinuity. Examples are a clock face showing advancing time, falling calendar pages, railroad wheels, newspaper headlines, and seasonal change

image
Bridging shot
see also
resources
  • Bridging Shot - Film Elementary on youtube.com
  • The Filmmaker’s Handbook: What Are Bridging Shots and Match Cuts? on the-take.com
source
Adapted from content published on wikipedia.org
credit
  • Photo by Novosadjanka - Pixnio — from pixnio.com
Last modified on August 31, 2020, 7:54 pm
Videocide.com is a service provided by Codecide, a company located in Chicago, IL USA.
cog