How Hollywood Can Inspire Courtroom Presentations

By Adam Bloomberg and David Metz (May 28, 2020, 5:45 PM EDT) -- Name the last movie you watched.

Can you remember how many times there were edits? How many transitions? What kind?

Most of us have watched movies our entire lives without really attending to their cuts and transitions — but our brains still do. It's why a great editor can be as important to a film's effectiveness as its director or star actor (even if they're significantly less celebrated). In fact, the story goes that the original "Star Wars" was saved, or at least significantly aided, by those who edited it.[1]

Whether we're actively thinking about them or not, transitions offer cues...

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