This article attempts to show the fruitful dialogue which exists when one cross-pollinates hermeneutics and the task of film editing. Though seemingly unrelated, their engagement is a rich collaboration that brings a deeper appreciation for the cinematic process as well as an alternative way of looking at the interpretive process as it relates to Scripture. This article traces the history of and approaches to cinematic editing in hopes that it might provide a significant interlocutor to the burgeoning field of hermeneutical studies.
Hansen, James M. Mr.
"The Eyes Have it: Film, Editing, and Postmodern Theological Hermeneutics,"
Journal of Religion & Film: Vol. 20:
2, Article 36.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/jrf/vol20/iss2/36
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